Private Ireland reveals the essence of Irish living style in an atmospheric photographic study of some of the country's most evocative and charming homesfrom grand estates to characterful farmhouses and fancifull follies. The houses and studios of some of the country's most interesting creative spirits are included, from writers, artists and musicians to artisans, architects and designers. A visual exploration of Irish living style, both north and south, Private Ireland documents the setting, the character and the idiosyncrasies of each featured homewhether an historic abbey, a Dublin townhouse, a romantic castle, or a simple whitewashed cottage by the sea.
|Publisher:||St. Martin's Press|
|Edition description:||First Edition|
|Product dimensions:||10.16(w) x 10.16(h) x 0.87(d)|
About the Author
Simon McBride has been photographing gardens and interiors for over two decades, working regularly for Architectural Digest, Country Living and House & Garden. His numerous book comissions include Living In Cuba (Thomas Dunne Books, 1999) and Private Tuscany (Rizzoli, 1999).
Karen Howes writes on interiors for a range of international lifestyle magazines and is the author of Making the Most of Bedrooms and Living In London.