Coffee table books can be a great gift to a beloved designer friend, but also a big statement piece in your living room decor. Don’t undervalue them, your special gatherings will never be the same.
Think of books as a way to add a touch of personality and style to your luxury furniture. You may place them in your coffee table to welcome guests or even on a sideboard to bring the decor together.
These 10 books we present you are contemporary, graphic and full of color to impact any living room.
1. DIOR: THE ART OF COLOR
An ode to color through the lens of Dior’s Beauty’s three creative directors, exploring the rich history of makeup, style, and design.
2. TOM FORD by Tom Ford
Tom Ford’s is not only a design book through it’s work, but a perfect black and white graphic impact. Seen in every coffee table of the top design creatives and influencers, it is not to be missed.
Filled with dazzling images, presented in a luxury slipcase, Assouline is the perfect addiction to your luxury decor, be inspired by the close-up details of Elie Saab’s exquisite gowns.
Pink and with a wine stain on the cover: in this lovely guide to entertaining, Kate Spade throws “rigid rules out the door and shares unpretentious ideas for the modern-day hostess that are easy, festive, authentic, and always with an air of deliberate polish”.
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5. Elements of Style: Designing a Home & a Life by Erin Gates
Another monochromatic design book with gold elements, full of inspiration from interior designer and design blogger Erin Gates. Elements of Style celebrates design as at outlet of personal expression and discovery.
6. Design Brookyn: Renovation, Restoration, Innovation
A design book all about the graphic exploration of outstanding architecture, interiors and design of public and private spaces in today’s Brooklyn. From restorations, renovations, innovations to industry profiles. A trip through Brooklyn trends to add to your coffee table exclusive design.
7. WOOD by William Hall
Illustrated with extraordinary photographs, each project includes an extended caption providing an insightful commentary on the building. An essay that explores the close relationship between trees and architecture.
8. Vogue Living: Houses, Gardens, People by Hamish Bowles
The world’s fashion bible offers a glimpse into the living spaces of 36 style tastemakers from the worlds of fashion, music, art, and society. Your living room won’t be the same without it.
9. Stoppers by Phyllis Posnick
Phyllis Posnick has been creating iconic images for Vogue for a quarter of a century, and this book captures some of the most beautiful, haunting, and impressive throughout that time.
10. The Coveteur
Based on the wildly popular fashion website, The Coveteur is a photography coffee table book offering exclusive access to celebrity closets and homes. A delightful combination of fashion eye candy, interior design, and voyeurism.