Think Radical Vintage Interiors by Swimberghe & Verlinde

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Piet Swimberghe, Jan Verlinde

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Lannoo Publishers
Territory: USA & Canada
Size: 8.5 in x 11 in
Pages: 208
Illustrations: 200 color, 20 b&w
Name of series: Think

RRP $59.50

  • Never-before seen vintage interiors are put in the spotlight by Swimberghe and Verlinde, whose works are published in numerous international magazines such as Milk, IDEAT, The World of Interiors and Elle Living
  • A rich source of inspiration, containing personal background information on the owners of each featured house
  • The fourth volume in the successful Think series

Scandinavian vintage and design has almost reached its peak. A new trend is required to keep the style sleek and chic, and that trend is 'remix'.

The owners of these beautiful houses create cosy, warm and colorful interiors, developing contemporary unity through a blend of personal favorites and rediscovered design classics. Piet Swimberghe and Jan Verlinde are always on the lookout for radiant interiors with personality, spaces that have been decorated with passion and patience, and this book is brimming with them. They interview the owners on how they designed their homes, taking a plethora of bright photographs to highlight every detail. Every page reveals a new world, where you will be inspired by the biggest international trends and influences. Always intimate, personal and unique, these interiors are an inspiration for living rooms, libraries, art cabinets or kitchens.

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Text in English, French, and Dutch.

Also available:
Think Eclectic ISBN 9789401427951
Think Rural ISBN 9789401434621
Think Vintage ISBN 9789401419970

Piet Swimberghe is an art historian. He has worked as a scholar in museums in Bruges and Ghent. As a journalist he is associated with Knack Weekend, although he does publish in various other magazines. He is the author of several books about interior design. Top photographer Jan Verlinde focuses mainly on architecture and decoration, publishing in Knack Weekend, The World of Interiors and Elle-Women, to name a few.