Leslie Frewin. London. 1968. First edition. Green cloth-bound hardback, green-blue stripy dust jacket. 150 pages. Illustrated throughout with b&w and colour photographs taken by David Hicks himself.000.0. English. 315 x 19105mm. 1.1kg. . Very good, in good dust jacket; shelf wear to jacket, wear to edges with slight loss to spine ends and forecorners, browning to jacket and page edges, slight knock to lower forecorners of boards, not price-clipped.
The second volume in David Hicks' classic series of design volumes, with the iconic stripy dust jacket. 'This lavish and elegant volume pin-points all aspects of Living with Taste and covers flower arrangements, tablescapes, wall arrangements, massing, style, lighting and general decoration. It shows how people can live with taste, regardless of their incomes, and selects and expounds on all types of accessories from door handles to lavatories.... "It is amazing how few poeple bother to cultivate their taste and how very many people there are with no taste - either good or bad, or any feelings about it and all that it affects." (from the blurb).