I don’t collect many things, but one of the things I do collect are books. (I also collect shells, but that’s for another article.) I like to add a few hardcover books to my collection each year. They are a huge inspiration to me. Not to mention, they make the best decor!
In today’s article, I’ll be highlighting some of my favorite coffee table design books. The ones with beautiful spines that will look amazing on shelves and coffee tables. Ones that will inspire you for days. Ones you’ll pick up again and again. Those actually Know You are something.
So, if you are looking for some good books about decorating, keep reading. If you’re looking for books that aren’t designed for coffee tables, check out some of my picks in this post here.
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Design coffee table books you’ll love
Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy the warmth. These coffee table books are listed in random order, not by popularity. And yes, I realize that beauty is in the eye of the beholder and interior design is very personal. But I hope you find something here that moves you!
If money is no object and you want to hire a designer, I would quickly contact Amber Lewis. Sometimes it’s hard to describe your individual decorating style because it’s a mixture of so many things. Amber Lewis’s style is a mixture of things. her Featuring beautiful photography, flawlessly designed interiors, and design tips. Update: Check out her new book; We call it home here.
A look at the homes and homes of friends of Athena Calderon, the creator Isun. It has a way of breaking down design options that makes it easy to digest. And Nicole Franzen’s photography is top notch. this is a book Which you’ll find yourself picking up again and again.
Natalie Walton has an amazing collection of design books, I couldn’t choose just one. Beautifully written and illustrated, These books You will be inspired no matter where you live.
I like Jenny Kayne, although my style is different from hers. I’m inspired by her carefree California interiors and entertaining style. You’ll find both at this book. Check out her other book here too.
A coffee table with a distinctive design A book about books? Well, yes, that’s exactly what happened this book around. But it’s a great read! I love seeing how other people decorate their homes with books. You will be very inspired by the photography and stories.
finally! Jan Stover came out with a book. This is highly anticipated by me as it is my favorite. If you like earthy, English-inspired interiors, it will also be your favorite.
Lauren Lees is another one of my favorite designers Design books Don’t be disappointed. Lots of inspiration! I love her writing style. Her designs look effortless. Nothing is structured or presented this way.
Ashley Whitaker’s designs are bold and beautiful yet surprisingly livable. She shows you how to achieve this balance In her book. It is a must have for your coffee table.
this The book is amazing. Warm and inviting is how I describe James Farmer’s style. You want to eat pages. It’s very good. It’s true southern style. Layers, patterns and a lot of traditional wooden furniture, but even if that’s not your style, you’ll find inspiration here.
Alyssa Rosenheck is one of my favorite interior photographers. We read these beautiful home magazines and never think about who takes the photos that inspire us so much. More often than not, it’s Alyssa Rosenheck. her It’s fun to read and even more beautiful to look at through famous and not-so-famous Southern home tours.
book With gorgeous photography and inspiring interiors. Full page photos! I have this book on my bookshelf and take it out to friends who come to visit. I love all the little details and tips here.
this book It is my favorite. Have you ever watched the series, The lost kitchen? Maine was never on my radar until I started watching it. Now, I’m obsessed with everything Maine. I fell in love with the style and beauty of that area. I have all of the Remodelista books (except the one for the garden!) and they do not disappoint. This might be my favorite
More Maine! Maura McEvoy is a talented photographer with a captivating way of capturing interiors. None of the houses are shown in it this book They are “designer” homes, but you wouldn’t be able to tell. These are real homes that feel like you’re living in them – not a stage play, and are a real feast for the eyes!
Mark D. Sykes is a famous interior designer known for his traditional, all-American style. He kind of reminds me of Ralph Lauren. this book It takes you through many of his projects and is full of beautiful interiors and design stories. If you love decorating with blue, you’ll especially love this book. And the spine is beautiful!
this book It includes everything I want our home to be; A collection of things that reflect who we are and where we have been. The photography is inspiring, and the writing is wonderful.
this book It’s another thing I find myself picking up off the shelf over and over again. It’s full of design ideas and decorating tips for organizing your spaces.
One of my things Favorite books As ever, I’m not just saying that. I read this cover to cover and then read it again. Filled with tips, advice, and pep talks for living with only what you need and how to get organized.
This book is spiritual. You surprised me! The stories of these spaces are so good that they draw you in. I love the interiors featured here, and you will find this book very inspiring.
The eye-catching spine alone is enough to make you want to this book, but it’s actually a really good book. Full of recipes, decorating tips, entertaining tips and recipes. It’s one you’ll want to get and give as a gift.
21. Summer to summer
This delightful book It’s like taking a week long tour of beautiful East Coast homes by the sea, including the Hamptons, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, and Provincetown. I love inspiration but I also love stories.
22. Emily Henderson Styled
Emily Henderson is captivating this book. It’s like a cozy conversation with a friend who’s a pro at turning spaces into havens. She has a way of putting things together that makes you feel like you’re talking to your best friend. I love all the design tips in this book.
23. Terrain: ideas and inspiration for decorating the home and garden
Full of creative feelings, this book It is a treasure trove of decorative wisdom for both home and garden. From chic interiors to outdoor retreats, we’ve got the scoop to make every corner Pinterest worthy. Grab a cup of coffee, flip through the pages, and get ready for a big dose of inspiration.
24. Home: A Guide to Creating Spaces You Never Want to Leave
this book It is a game changer for home lovers. From stylish decorating tips to finding your favorite style, Jo has you covered. It’s not just about making the house beautiful; It’s about creating a space that screams “you.”
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