July 16, 2020

BEHIND THE SCENES

In: Behind the Scenes, Interior Design

It’s difficult to believe that July is well underway, while at the same time, everything the world has been facing makes it feel as though the year should be coming to a close! Amidst the chaos, we feel so fortunate that we are able to continue finding joy and inspiration working alongside our wonderful clients. 

Last week, we received some thrilling news. Expressive Interiors: Designing an Inviting Home has officially left the printer and is on its way to a store near you! With its launch date less than two months away, we find ourselves reflecting on the journey we took to usher this beauty to life. And we simply couldn’t help sharing a few behind the scenes photos…

Stephen Karlisch, our principal photographer for Expressive Interiors. Not only is he a talented photographer, but he’s also an entertainer and always makes our photo shoots a ton of fun!
It’s all about the light. And capturing the right angles!
An evening out on the town with our Rizzoli editor, Sandy Gilbert Freidus, after a full day of shooting in Park City.

Our official release date is now September 8 which is a little earlier than we initially expected and we couldn’t be more excited for the big day to finally be here! If you would like to preorder a copy of Expressive Interiors: Designing an Inviting Home, we welcome you to do so here.

If you’ve already preordered your copy, or will be preordering one soon, and would like to have it personalized, please let us know! Whether it’s a gift to yourself or someone else, state the name, and the message (if there is something specific you would like us to mention) and we would be delighted to forward an individualized inscription for you to place inside the cover. All you have to do is email us at lucaseilersdesign@gmail.com and tell us what you have in mind!

Thank you for your incredible support and for all of your excitement surrounding the debut of our first book. We hope you’re enjoying the summer with your nearest and dearest!

“One benefit of summer was that each day we had more light to read by.” – Jeannette Walls

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