Coffee Table Books
Some of us might not be able to see our family and friends this Christmas, thanks to the current situation, but we can still treat those we love to something special. Today, Best Design Books decided to show you the best coffee table books to offer this Christmas.
What does it take to have an interior that’s, well, superior? You can follow the advice of the pros, research best practices, even shop the look, but there’s no better way to get inspired than with rooms that have made a mark in the world of design. With 400+ rooms to sort through, see the most notable spaces that decorators, designers, artists, style icons, film stars, and more have crafted for themselves.
Perfect for your favorite feminist or a lady in your life, this collection of female-focused photographs—drawn from National Geographic‘s archive—is an exploration of the lives of women across the glove, with interviews, portraits, and more.
We can all get behind this classic ROY.G.BIV cover work, but what you’ll find within the pages of Colorstrology is equally enticing. Inspired by the Pantone color system, this book examines the way color ties into our astrology, numerology, lives, and relationships, with an exploration of color theory for every day of the year.
A vivid inspection of the late and great work of artist Keith Haring, this color-punched book takes you through the controversial and dynamic work of one of America’s most celebrated artists. His playful style, which includes street art, pop art, graffiti, and sculpture, tells not only the tale of his own creative development but also highlights the visual culture of the 20th century.
Perfect for the design lover, architect, or stylish homemaker, this detailed trove documents the evolution of the chair, from 1808 to the present day, with over 1,000 illustrations and detailed descriptions.
In celebration of Dior’s 70th birthday, this beautiful tome was released as the first in a series of books that explore the designers who had creative control at this French fashion house. This edition looks at Christian Dior’s most iconic creations from 1947-1957. The photography is breathtaking and the designs are just as grand. Gifting this 500+ page book will give the people you love an iconic piece of fashion history.
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