Book: William Morris And The Arts And Crafts Home
Pamela Todd celebrates William Morris’s genius, presenting a thorough overview of his life and career, and showing how he envisaged and implemented schemes for interiors in his own homes and those of others. A series of ‘Case Studies’ explores six contemporary houses – from a modern London townhouse to a traditional Arts and Crafts home in Massachusetts – that have followed and adapted Morris’s dicta, brilliantly demonstrating how the style can be applied to our environment today. The book concludes with a comprehensive style-sourcing section, as well as a gazetteer of places to visit for inspiration.
Pamela Todd has lectured at Tate Britain and the Victoria and Albert Museum on the subject of the Arts & Crafts Movement, and has written over twelve books, including The Impressionists' Table, Bloomsbury at Home, The Pre-Raphaelites at Home and The Arts & Crafts Companion. She lives in London.
- Paperback : 192 pages
- Dimensions : 23.5 x 1.5 x 29 cm