Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s aesthetic often incorporated total environment design, which included all exterior and interior elements as well as custom furnishings. The "Design Overviews" section of this guide provides selected sources about Mackintosh's body of work and confirms his place as an iconic architect and designer. "Architectural Designs" introduces a variety of built and unrealized structures including schools, churches and private homes. "Furniture & Interior Designs" lists sources that examine distinctive elements in designed environments, including the Glasgow tea rooms for which Mackintosh designed every component, including server's uniforms. Resources found in "Paintings, Textiles, & Decorative Elements" portray Mackintosh's paintings, watercolors and drawings as well as distinctive textiles and ornaments. The following citations link to more complete bibliographic information in the Library of Congress Online Catalog. Links to digital content are provided when available.