Novogratz Design Fix: Chic and Stylish Tips for Every Decorating Scenario
Design darlings Cortney and Robert Novogratz tackle a long list of design dilemmas and offer scores of smart tips on how to solve them.
Well known to their fans through their several reality TV shows (HGTV and Bravo), various home decor lines (with Amazon, WayFair, and now Home Goods), and their impressive social media following, designers Robert and Cortney Novogratz are beloved for their laid-back, chic, and family-friendly approach to home design.
The couple has done it all: with over fifteen years of experience building and decorating houses for themselves and their exacting clients, they have faced every possible design challenge. In this volume, they offer up in-depth advice and tips for a multitude of design and decorating situations using over a dozen projects as examples: how to restore an old home and bring it back to life; how to turn a generic rental into a personality-filled space; how to use bold color to transform your home; how to decorate for small spaces; how to create spaces for kids, from bedrooms to playrooms; how to incorporate art in your home; and how to turn your house into an attractive Airbnb rental, among many other design-dilemma topics.
About the Author
Robert and Cortney Novogratz founded their design firm The Novogratz over fifteen years ago. Since then, they have designed and developed many unique properties around the country, from New York City to Napa Valley. In 2014, they moved to Los Angeles with their seven children and renovated a 1920s house in the Hollywood Hills, known as the Castle. Elizabeth Novogratz is a writer and cowrote the Novogratzes' first book, Downtown Chic, published by Rizzoli.
India Hicks is an author, model, entrepreneur, and the daughter of famed designer David Hicks.
Praise for Novogratz Design Fix: Chic and Stylish Tips for Every Decorating Scenario
"In 11 chapters they present 11 favorite projects that cover a lot of ground: a large home in Hollywood Hills that was their own and required a massive makeover, a classic townhouse, a prefab surf shack, even an Airbnb space." —HOUSTON CHRONICLE