New York interior designer and Apartment Therapy co-founder Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan shows real-world solutions when square footage isn’t on your side in the new book “Apartment Therapy’s Big Book of Small, Cool Spaces,” which documents his travels through every type of ingeniously designed, spaciously challenged home.
Maxwell explains, “This book is meant to be easy to dive into and really useful. After all, I want you to get so excited that you’ll eventually put it down.” His knowledge of interior decorating is honest and put to the test regularly, not only on his wildly popular website but also on HGTV and in numerous newspapers and magazines.
This Big Book is interior design for everyone, organized for maximum use—following the successful model of their previous publications. Photos accompany tips gleaned from interviews with home owners, and insightful commentary helps narrate easy approaches to your own DIY redesign.
Apartment Therapy’s Big Book of Small, Cool Spaces comes out tomorrow, 11 May 2010, Amazon.