10 Best Interior Design Books to Inspire You – Discover a selection of 10 Interior Design Books that will help you with your next interior design project!
Covet House collection is a movement into inspiring yourself for creating the perfect division. An exquisite book with more than 1000 illustrated products and 1250 inspirations. Very praticar, it is divided room by room, in different styles and with all technical information about each design piece.
2. Habitat: The Field Guide to Decorating
Styling a beautiful space isn’t just about placing the furniture in the right spot or strategically hanging a piece of art. It’s more about the intangible elements like the mood, the scent, and familiarity that makes it a special place where you’d want to spend your time. Interior designer and blogger Lauren Liess divides her thorough “field guide” for decorating beginners into three parts to help you consciously consider every room in your home, and find the best ways to make it come alive.
3. The Complete Book of Home Organization: 200+ Tips and Projects
Home design and home organization go pretty much hand in hand. There’s a multitude of ways to store your art and treasures as well as your less-attractive, but functional extras in the tidiest and most seamless way possible. This book teaches the art of aesthetically pleasing storage that flows beautifully with the rest of your home, instead of looking like an eyesore or an afterthought.
4. Styled: Secrets for Arranging Rooms, from Tabletops to Bookshelves
When it’s not adorning your coffee table, this stylish tome has plenty of sound advice from home design pro Emily Henderson, to help you to rethink the arrangement of your home. It allows you revaluate your own personal style to get a fresh outlook on dressing up your space.
5. Sage Living: Decorate for the Life You Want
What we love about this interior decor book is that each home featured belongs to a different (real!) person, showcasing a variety of styles from which to glean inspiration. Blogger Anne Sage’s personable prose highlights events in her subjects’ lives that have inspired these eclectic and beautiful spaces, because real homes can tell some pretty incredible stories.
6. Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home
If you aspire to have the kind of home that looks like each piece was carefully selected by a personal decorator, this decor manual from the editors at Remodelista will help you achieve that sought-after high-low look. This book outlines which home pieces are best for bargains — and which are worth the investment — and they even provide a list of their 100 favorite tried-and-true home products, for those who are building their nest from the ground up.
7. The Monocle Guide to Cosy Homes
This highbrow hardcover looks at a multitude of different types of homes, surveying the surrounding area just as much as the indoors, and profiling the regular people who have built a lovely, yet imperfect life within those walls. The secrets of casual, happy, and realistic living are disclosed in this book, making it one to return to time and time again.
8. At Home: Sarah Style
Sometimes all you need is a quick refresh in order to start seeing your space in a whole new way. It doesn’t need to cost a whole lot or be a huge time investment, either. Home design pro Sarah Richardson has packed this guidebook full of budget-friendly tips and tricks that she makes work beautifully for a diverse range of spaces.
9. The Inspired Room: Simple Ideas to Love the Home You Have
A lot of our picks on this list have come from design bloggers who gained their loyal followings by letting readers see behind the scenes of their own daily home projects. Melissa Michaels of The Inspired Room blog has been sharing simple, no-nonsense DIY and home decorating tips since 2007. Her most recent work allows readers to revisit her timeless tips for easy, near-effortless updates to the space you already live in and love!
10. Black and White (and a Bit in Between): Timeless Interiors, Dramatic Accents, and Stylish Collections
If you live in a home with plentiful color, this tabletop tome is a study in simplifying your palette. Author and interior designer Celerie Kemble makes the case for grounding one’s home decor in monochromatic tones, to allow for more creativity when it comes to room textures, furniture design, and allowing the color that is used to pop with personality.
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