The Designers Guild, which Tricia Guild founded over 25-five years ago, is best known for its inventive use of bright, bold color combinations. Here Guild's remodeled London Victorian town house serves as an exemplar that reflects her feelings for unusual color combinations and modern design. The second half of the book presents homes in New York City and London that share Guild's sensibility. Photographed by Gilles de Chabaneix and described by Elspeth Thompson, the New York and London homes show restraint compared to Guild's chaotic use of color. A nice counterpoint to the country look; purchase where there is an interest in strong, bold, modern design.