Book Review: Inson Dubois Wood: Interiors

Inson Wood is the principal designer of the New York City based architecture and interior design firm, Inson Dubois Wood which specializes in designing elegant, colorful, and architecturally rich spaces. You may not be familiar with the work of Wood, but after thumbing through the beautiful pages of his new book, Inson Dubois Wood: Interiors, he’s sure to be a name you think of as a “go-to” for inspiration in blending antiques with modern furniture, bold pattern and color in traditional spaces, flea market with priceless heirloom, and luxury with comfort.

Inson is the son of Thai artist, Inson Wongsam, and this wealthy and natural history of art in his life shines via in his work. Wood is a Harvard educated architect, however decided to make a name for himself in interior design after operating for both Juan Pablo Molyneux and David Easton, each recognized for his or her very excessive-cease paintings and distinguished shoppers. He learned properly, absorbing all he could from Easton and Molyneux and used his foundation to bolster his very eclectic design experience.

The e-book is large, over three hundred pages, with beautiful images by Mark Roskams. Let’s take a glance:

Photo copyright Mark Roskams for INSON DUBOIS WOOD: INTERIORS through Inson Dubois Wood, Published by means of Rizzoli International

Photo copyright Mark Roskams for INSON DUBOIS WOOD: INTERIORS through Inson Dubois Wood, Published by means of Rizzoli International

Photo copyright Mark Roskams for INSON DUBOIS WOOD: INTERIORS through Inson Dubois Wood, Published by means of Rizzoli International

Photo copyright Mark Roskams for INSON DUBOIS WOOD: INTERIORS through Inson Dubois Wood, Published by means of Rizzoli International

Photo copyright Mark Roskams for INSON DUBOIS WOOD: INTERIORS through Inson Dubois Wood, Published by means of Rizzoli International

It’s definitely inspiring, colorful, and interesting – a wonderful and eclectic departure from the tyranny of sameness we’ve grown accustomed to seeing on the cover of every shelter magazine! Take a look at the designer website and portfolio here , and learn more about the book and grab your copy at the link below:

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