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The Frenchwoman's Bedroom

18 Ratings: 1.4
A coffee table book

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Publisher: Doubleday
Date Published: October 1, 1991
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If you're interested in French design and decor this book is a must.

  • Apr 29, 2008
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Wow!  I bought this book about 14 years ago and I probably look through it once a month.  As the title would indicate, this is examines the bedrooms of several prominent Frenchwoman--some with more taste than others.  What makes it so great is that it's not only great to look at, but for a coffee table book, it's a blast to read. All these fabulous French gals give their philosophies of design and it's just as hilarious as it is informative because they take it so seriously.

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August 06, 2009
I am an Interior Designer by profession, thanks for pointing our the book, sounds interesting! Especially that I am into French anything! If you have an interest in interiors and finding inspiration for your home I highly recommend Homeportfolio.com and Apartment Therapy.
 
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