Mitchell Owens is the decorative arts editor of Architectural Digest and the former interior-design director of Elle Decor. In addition to writing on subjects ranging from material culture to landscape design to travel for the New York Times, The World of Interiors, Departures, Travel + Leisure, and other publications, he has written two books: In House (2009) and Charlotte Moss Decorates. For over forty years, Thomas Britt has been an icon of the interior design industry both nationally and worldwide. Combined with his bold sense of colour, luxurious use of textures, and an eye for detail, his artistry has created some of the world's most beautiful homes.
"Tom Britt is a member of Architectural Digest's illustrious
AD100 List which is a roster of the very best in architecture and
interior design. In his monograph entitled Fabulous!, Britt
looks back at his career and the many, well, fabulous homes he's
designed. Britt designs for the one percenter, hence, an aesthetic
that owes a lot to the traditional and neoclassical with a
smattering of chinoiserie - a look that will never go out of
"The aptly named Fabulous explores the imaginative oeuvre of Tom Britt's 50-year career."
"This gorgeous volume divides Britt's portfolio into four categories: Exotic, Modern, Historical, and Classic as Britt's inimitable style merges saturated colors with an easy luxury."