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Lushly photographed, written with wit and charm, the book will reflect McDonald's glamour and style. Arranged thematically, the book covers the five thematic cornerstones of McDonald's decorating philosophy: the feminine, flirty charm of "Pretty", with its opulent, romantic rooms; the crisp appeal of "Collected" with its blue & white pottery and cozy eclecticism; the grandeur of "Glamour," with its power of scale and dramatic placement; the exotic and the bohemian in "Grand Tour"; the bold use of patterns and graphics in "Theater." Along the way McDonald carefully details the colors, fabrics, and accessories she uses to pull the rooms together seamlessly.
Celebrated Los Angeles decorator Mary McDonald has been working in the industry for more than fifteen years. A third-generation Angeleno raised in Brentwood, her projects have captivated the design community.