We live in a climate perfectly suited to gardening, and the creation of gorgeous outdoor spaces. Now we finally have a book that celebrates private gardens in our area. Twenty gardens are featured with stunning photography--everything from small retreats to sprawling acres all meticulously planted. A feast for the eye and inspiration for your own gardening projects.
An exclusive retreat into the verdant, lush residential gardens of the Pacific Northwest.
2021 Foreword Indies, SILVER: Regional
Private Gardens of the Pacific Northwest is a stunning exploration of 20 lush private gardens. These sprawling estates, small sanctuaries, and artful retreats capture the natural beauty of the verdant Pacific Northwest, each one splashed with hints of boldness, modernity, artistry, and exquisiteness. Capturing the personality of those who cultivate them, these gardens have their stories told through the words of renowned author Brian Coleman, who takes readers through the flourishing natural beauty that the northwestern coast has to offer.
About the Author
Brian D. Coleman, MD, divides his time between Seattle and New York. An old-house enthusiast, he has transformed his home into a stunning vista and developed an active second career as an architectural writer. Brian is the author of 21 books on the decorative arts, including the recent titles Zuber, Farrow & Ball, Fortuny, and D. Porthault. He has written numerous articles on architecture, interior design, and historic home design for magazines and is an editor-at-large for Old-House Interiors.William Wright specializes in architectural assignments. Born and raised on Long Island, New York, Bill moved to Seattle in 1987. Along with projects commissioned by architects and interior designers, his photography has been featured in numerous publications including Sunset, Old House Interiors, Romantic Homes, Victorian Homes, and SeattleHomes and Lifestyles.