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David Hicks. London. Britwell Books. 1971. First edition. Yellow cloth-bound boards, dust jacket. Unpaginated [c. 200 pages]. Illustrated throughout with full-page images, including 48 colour plates. 310 x 245mm (12¼ x 9¾"). 1.2kg. . English. Good; wear to jacket at head of spine with a 5cm and 2cm tear; a small area of damp-staining running along the top edge of front jacket, also partly affecting the board, not affecting pages; some spotting to reverse of jacket and page edges; not price-clipped.This is the fourth volume in the Decoration series of vintage books written by and featuring the work of the great interior designer David Hicks. This volume focuses on Hicks' use of fabric; his treatment of curtains, upholstery, bed-hangings, fabric-covered walls and other soft furnishings. Through images of his interior projects he teaches the reader how to successfully combine different patterns, colours and textures. Hicks was known for his bold use of strong colours and patterns and his highly original compositions are shown here in their full glory.