Jeffrey Bilhuber founded his eponymous design business, Bilhuber and Associates, nearly 30 years ago. He is known for his uniquely American perspective that combines tradition and modern sensibilities. Since founding his firm, his work has been published in more than 200 design books, as well as every major national and international shelter magazine, including prominent features in Architectural Digest, where he has always been at the top of the AD 100 list. He is the author of four highly acclaimed books published by Rizzoli: Jeffrey Bilhuber's Design Basics, Defining Luxury: The Qualities of Life at Home, The Way Home: Reflections of American Beauty, and American Master: Notes on Style and Substance. He has collaborated on lines with several home goods manufacturers including Henredon, The Lacquer Co., de Gournay, Walters Wicker, Stark Carpets, Mirth Studio, and Chesney's. Most recently he has partnered with The Perfect Room, a curated digital marketplace. Jacqueline Terrebonne is the design editor at Galerie magazine. She has worked for Architectural Digest, Gourmet, and Martha Stewart. She lives in New York City.
"Though few of us may admit it, many of the design ideas we have for our own homes originate with images we see on Instagram or Pinterest or, better yet, in the pages of our very own magazine, Milieu. Jeffrey Bilhuber may be one of America's most important interior designers, but he, too, admits to finding ideas on line and in print. In his new book, he provides readers with hands-on, practical advice about how to make your home into the home you want. He wants you--as indicated by his chapters--to be happy, charmed, and cozy at home. He shows us how."--MILIEU MAGAZINE