SOFT GOODS GUIDEBOOK FOR INTERIORS
Please note that exam/inspection copies and instructor resources are only available to instructors and faculty staff at recognized institutions.
What's in the book
"A definite 'must have' for any designer to have in their library, whether they are a design student or someone that has been in the business for quite some time." -- Angela Stephens, Central Piedmont Community College
A comprehensive guidebook to soft goods, from bedding to window treatments to accessories, this book includes detailed information about industry standards, and the processes of fabric selection, specification, and cost estimation. Soft Goods Guidebook for Interiors provides students and practitioners with the means to seamlessly incorporate soft goods into their designs, and communicate effectively with clients and industry workrooms.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Soft Goods Basics
1. Designing with Soft Goods
2. Interfacing with Workrooms
3. Textiles and Embellishments
Part 2: Window Treatments
4. Introduction to Specifying Window Treatments
5. Foundational Window Treatments: Panels
6. Foundational Window Treatments: Top Treatments
7. Foundational Window Treatments: Shades
Part 3: Custom Bedding
8. Introduction to Specifying Custom Bedding
9. Bedding Components: Top of Bed
10. Bedding Components: Pillows
11. Bedding Components: Bed Skirting
Part 4: Upholstery
12. Introduction to Specifying Upholstered Furniture
13. Common Upholstery Styles and Selection Criteria
14. Ordering Upholstered Goods
Part 5: Accessories
17. Miscellaneous Soft Goods
About The AuthorsStephanie Sickler is Assistant Professor at Florida State University, Department of Interior Architecture & Design, College of Fine Arts.
- Page count:
- Fairchild Books
- 8.5 x 11 "
- 200 color illus