Gail Green recently released her new book: “An Insider’s Guide to Interior Design for Small Spaces.” Gail Green is the founder of Gail Green Interiors, an interior design, architecture and decorating firm specializing in upscale residential and commercial projects in the United States. She has over 30 years of design experience and her work has been published in House Beautiful, House & Garden, Elle Décor, Florida Design, Architectural Digest and The New York Times Magazine. Her book details her suggestions for decorating small places and shows that the process does not have to be time-consuming or costly. Her book focuses on four areas: color and paint, furniture arrangement and selection, lighting, and architectural changes.
The reviews for Green’s book have been glowing. Here is an example:
How many of us only dream of having an interior designer in our back pocket? For more than 30 years, New York interior designer, Gail Green has been transforming splendid spaces on a grand scale for clients (her work has been featured in House Beautiful, House & Garden, Elle Decor, and The New York Times Magazine) and now she’s sharing trade secrets for us small-space dwellers in a new book, AN INSIDER’S GUIDE TO INTERIOR DESIGN FOR SMALL SPACES: How to Create a Beautiful Home Quickly, Effectively and on a Budget. Green’s tried-and-true, small-space design strategies are expertly explained whether it’s furniture selection and placement or how to choose the best colors to make a petite room look and “live” larger.”
– Living in a Nutshell
If you’re thinking of buying the book, check out a sample here.
It is available in several formats, including PDF and paperback versions. You can buy the book here.