“Interiors: Inside the American Home” is a chic, modern book that showcases the diversity in approach to interior design across the United States. Honing in on the subtleties of interior design, the book delves into the range of techniques, art and decorative pieces, furnishings, and materials used by designers to merge their own unique aesthetics with the lifestyles of their clients. From eclectic trinket-filled sitting rooms, to expansive, minimalist open-plan living, this book offers a stunning array of intriguing interior spaces for all tastes and styles.
“Soaking tubs can be a great benefit to a bathroom if the homeowner enjoys a bath,” says Willetts. “Relaxing in water is
a great way to relieve stress.”
Interior design and architecture is a job that is torn between the demands of form and function, between creativity and practicality. For Dorothy Willetts, founder of Willetts Design & Associates, managing these opposing forces for her clients usually means more than just having a great artistic vision.
House Tipster Chats with Dorothy Willetts from Willetts Design & Associates at High Point Market.