by Natasha Wolff | November 5, 2015 11:00 am
“Rooms should reveal themselves gradually over time,” writes the pioneering interior designer Jeffrey Bilhuber. This design principle applies not only to his work but also to the creation of his new book, Jeffrey Bilhuber: American Master, a tome 30 years in the making.
The nearly 300-page book offers exclusive tours of stunning residences in New York City, Palm Beach, Aspen and San Francisco, and highlights Bilhuber’s captivating color choices and bold, signature style. The images included leave little question as to why boldfaced names like Mariska Hargitay, Anna Wintour, Trey Laird, Hubert de Givenchy, Iman and David Bowie and Elsa Peretti have all turned to him to work on their own domiciles.
Featuring a collection of projects—from city townhouses to country homes and even his own Manhattan apartment and adored Locust Valley dwelling—the book offers readers a balance of modern and traditional aesthetics that Bilhuber has perfected.
Click through the gallery to see some images featured in the brilliant book.
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