Bryan Batt is a man of many talents. When he’s not playing the fabulous, closeted art director Salvatore Romano on AMC’s Mad Men, Batt keeps busy designing contemporary interiors as the co-owner of Hazelnut, a gift and home accessories store in the Big Easy. Three words: New Orleans toile! His latest project is a home decor book. According to Publishers Marketplace, Batt has just inked a deal with Clarkson Potter for a tome that will explore his favorite spaces and “through his own witty commentary and design techniques, show readers how to create their own stylish and enchanting spaces.” While the book isn’t slated for publication until fall 2011, Batt will be back in living rooms in a few short weeks: Mad Men‘s third season premieres on August 16.
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