Gail Green Interiors’ Official Book Launch Day!
We are thrilled to announce that our new book is officially here and available for purchase!
AN INSIDER’S GUIDE TO INTERIOR DESIGN FOR SMALL SPACES: How to Create a Beautiful Home Quickly, Effectively and on a Budget can be purchased by visiting our BOOKS page or directly below:
What People Are Saying:
“How many of us only dream of having an interior designer in our back pocket? For more than 30 years, New York interior designer, Gail Green has been transforming splendid spaces on a grand scale for clients (her work has been featured in House Beautiful, House & Garden, Elle Decor, and The New York Times Magazine) and now she’s sharing trade secrets for us small-space dwellers in a new book, AN INSIDER’S GUIDE TO INTERIOR DESIGN FOR SMALL SPACES: How to Create a Beautiful Home Quickly, Effectively and on a Budget. Green’s tried-and-true, small-space design strategies are expertly explained whether it’s furniture selection and placement or how to choose the best colors to make a petite room look and “live” larger.”
– Living in a Nutshell
“[Gail Green’s] 30 years of design experience help readers understand how to deal with small problems, navigate landlord-approved design ideas and know when it is best to call in a professional.”
“An Insiders Guide to Interior Design for Small Spaces is an extremely well thought out and helpful guide. [Green’s] sense of style and gift for making spaces beautiful are clearly explained. She approaches design as a challenge she is equipped to solve. Beautifully written and executed this is a must read for anyone who is interested in design.”
– Randy L
“Gail Green’s An Insider’s Guide to Interior Design for Small Spaces cuts straight to the rules that work. Green includes a chart for choosing paint (why didn’t someone think of that before?!) and no-nonsense tips for making the most of lighting small (or any size) space with LEDs. Along the way Green offers cost estimates and fresh, creative ideas – sure to take the stress and time out of making decorating decisions”
– Bebe R.