- Publication Date: March 22, 2022
- Imprint: Vendome Press
- Trim Size: 9 1⁄4 x 14
- ISBN: 978-0-86565-402-0
- Page Count: 288
- Illustrations: 250 color photographs
- Rights: US and Canada
Inspired by memories of her beloved California childhood home Windrift, lost in a fire in 1970, renowned interior designer Rose Tarlow showcases her three current family homes in this sumptuous volume, not only preserving treasured memories for her own family but also providing a masterclass in interior design for enthusiasts and professionals alike. Often referred to as “the decorator’s decorator,” Tarlow’s distinctive style has won her numerous international accolades, and her own houses are the embodiment of her thriving design philosophy, exuding the charming eccentricity and uncompromising quality that truly make a house a home. Featuring her Santa Barbara getaway, her spectacular LA mansion, and her magical Provençal retreat, Rose Tarlow: Three Houses presents her own personal archive, a treasure trove of precious memories and design inspiration for future generations, never to be lost again.
About the author
Rose Tarlow is an internationally acclaimed interior designer, antiquarian, designer of fine furniture and fabrics, and author. Her life and work have been featured in nearly every important publication on architecture, interior design, and style. A member of the Interior Design Hall of Fame since 1995, she was named to Elle Décor’s A‑List as a Grand Master of Design in 2010, and became a charter member of the AD100 Hall of Fame in 2018. In the past she has taught a master class at UCLA. Her company, Rose Tarlow Melrose House, has locations in Los Angeles and New York, with her furniture and fabrics featured in 14 additional showrooms. François Halard, Miguel Flores‑Vianna, and Fernando Montiel Klint are renowned interiors photographers whose work can be seen in magazines worldwide.