Katie Ridder More Rooms
Katie Ridder
More Rooms
By Katie Ridder
Contribution by Jorge Arango
Photographer Eric Piasecki
Introduction by Dominique Browning
  • Imprint: Vendome Press
  • Publication Date: September 29, 2020
  • Price: $70.00
  • Trim Size: 10 x 12
  • ISBN: 978-0-86565-383-2
  • EAN: 9780865653832
  • Page Count: 240
  • Illustrations: 200 color illustrations
  • Format: Hardcover

A new trove of interiors from leading interior designer Katie Ridder, featuring her singular take on color, texture, pattern, proportion, and scale

Bold combinations of primary and secondary colors; exquisitely crafted trims, embroidery, lampshades, and countless accessories (all designed by Ridder); imaginative room surfaces from silver leaf to custom stenciling. These are but a few of the signature elements of a Katie Ridder interior. Katie Ridder: More Rooms explores Ridder’s unique aesthetic room by room to underscore the astounding breadth and depth of her decorating ingenuity. The illuminating text details Ridder’s singularly creative approach to the essential elements of each room, including furniture plan, color, lighting, finishes, pattern, layering, and scale. Illustrated with specially commissioned photographs by Eric Piasecki and featuring an introduction by longtime editor in chief of House & Garden Dominique Browning, Katie Ridder: More Rooms provides endless inspiration for design aficionados.

Praise

“If you love color, Katie Ridder: More Rooms offers inspiration (and looks good on the coffee table to boot).” 
Country Living
“The reader will welcome’s this look into “more rooms” of Ridder’s, since every space is one we might wish to occupy.”
Milieu
“A trove of vibrant colors, embroidered textiles and delicate details. . . . While the book’s imagery is top-notch, don’t skip over the text: Ridder details her trained approach to room essentials like furniture placement, color, lighting, finishes, pattern, layering and scale.”
Modern Luxury
“The New York designer Katie Ridder is known for rooms that are filled with color, pattern, texture, detail and juxtapositions of traditional and modern—and that always feel comfortable and inviting. . .Ridder’s creative process is on beautiful display in More Rooms.”
1stdibs/Introspective
“Cue the Color. On the arrival of her new book, we talked to the interior designer Katie Ridder and channeled her happy aesthetic with bright, colorful pieces.”
Luxe Interiors + Design
“If it’s color you’re looking for, scoop up this new tome by Katie Ridder, who is never afraid of a bold hue. The book breaks down Ridder’s thoughtful approach to layout, scale, and pattern—all of which result in joyful, unique rooms.”
House Beautiful
“Ridder discusses her unique design approach to crafting unexpected color combinations and bold, imaginative aesthetics that make each space she touches truly one-of-a-kind.”
Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles
“‘More’ is the word that comes to mind as you flip through the pages of Katie Ridder’s new design book. . . . you see more attention to detail, more color, more materials, more, well, everything. . . . More than anything, though, the projects that Ridder features are livable, and she makes you want to live with a little more color and a lot more style.”
Houston Chronicle

About the author

Katie Ridder’s work has been published in Architectural DigestElle DecorHouse BeautifulTown & CountryVeranda, and the New York Times. She was the subject of Katie Ridder Rooms and co-author of A House in the Country with her husband, architect Peter Pennoyer. She is on the board of directors of the Garden Conservancy and the Horticulture Committee of the New York Botanical Garden. Her firm also produces wallpaper, fabric, and carpets of her own design. Jorge Arango has written about interior design and architecture for more than 35 years. His work has appeared in House & Garden, Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Interiors, Luxe, and 1stdibs.com’s Introspective, among others. He lives in Portland, Maine. Cape Cod native Eric Piasecki lives in New York City. He contributes regularly to Elle Decor, Architectural Digest, and House Beautiful, among other magazines. Dominique Browning is a founder and the director of Moms Clean Air Force, a million-member group united against climate change and air pollution; it is a special program of the Environmental Defense Fund, where she is an associate vice president. Previously, she was the editor in chief of House & Garden for more than a decade; her career in the magazine business, as an editor and writer, spanned publications as diverse as Esquire, Texas Monthly, and Newsweek. She writes regularly for the New York Times op/ed pages and Book Review.