Textile designer Lisa Fine shares the many sources of inspiration for her coveted hand-printed linens and her personal interior design aesthetic In Near & Far, Lisa Fine invites us into her homes in Dallas, New York, and Paris and then takes us along as she visits the places and people who have been her greatest sources of inspiration. Among her favored treasures are the Mughal palaces and gardens of India, the 18th-century home of Carl Linnaeus in Sweden, the whitewashed retreat of interior designer John Stefanidis on Patmos, the idyllic country house and garden of London-based designer Penny Morrison, and the storied house in the Tangier Casbah belonging to collectors Jamie Creel and Marco Scarani. Evocatively photographed by Miguel Flores-Vianna and with a foreword by style editor Deborah Needleman, Near & Far not only provides a trove of design ideas, but also offers advice for anyone interested in giving full expression to their personal style.
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About the Author
Mississippi-born Lisa Fine is the founder of Lisa Fine Textiles, a line of hand-printed linens sold in showrooms worldwide. Miguel Flores-Vianna is the author and photographer of Haute Bohemians. His photography appears regularly in T: The New York Times Style Magazine, Architectural Digest, The World of Interiors, and Cabana.
Lisa Fine: New York Deborah Needleman: New York Miguel Flores-Vianna: London