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Discover How To Get A Classic Blue Modern Home 

Classic Blue – Pantone’s Color of the Year 2020 is Classic Blue, also known as Pantone 19-4052. Blue is synonymous with depth, wisdom, trust. This time we are making it classic in order to transform your home in the trendiest way. Join Best Design Books and discover how to get a classic blue modern home.   CAYO DINING CHAIR Cayo, an elegant and luxurious dining chair by BRABBU, has its name after the Cuban Cayo Island, a nature wonder with beautiful landscapes and an impressive green sea. ANDES ARMCHAIR  The grandeur of the Andes’ mountains is only matched by the surviving skills of the people who live there. ANDES Armchair is a mid-century modern furniture piece that pays tribute to this strength. With matte aged brass legs and covered in a rich cotton velvet upholstery, this accent chair adds a strong yet graceful touch to any home decor. BOURBON ARMCHAIR With origins in France, the House of Bourbon was a dynasty known for its class and splendor. BOURBON Armchair embodies this grandeur through its button-tufted inner back, rich cotton velvet, and ebony wood veneer legs. This fabric chair makes up any refined ambiance. MAREE SOFA The Scottish Loch Maree is surrounded by a picturesque…

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Interior Design Trends: Embrace Nature In 2020 

Embrace Nature – A new year means a fresh start, it’s the perfect time to infuse a “new year, new you” mentality into every facet of your life, and the interior design is no exception. 2020 design trends are all about sustainability, personality, and character. Join Best Design Books and discover how to embrace nature in your home decor! SEQUOIA CENTER TABLE Sequoia is one of the largest and tallest trees in the world that grows in California. Just like it, SEQUOIA Center Table is a force of Nature. The distinct walnut root veneer top shows the passage of years and the base in brass with aged patina adds a refined touch. This coffee table proves the beauty of the action of time. APIS DINING TABLE Bees, originally called “Apis” in Latin, were the main inspiration for APIS Dining Table. It features a small table top in stained oak with brass details and a base in matte brass. Place it in a modern dining room and this round dining table is sure to impress. HAIKU MIRROR In traditional Japanese culture, bamboo represents many qualities such as uprightness and tenacity. HAIKU Round Mirror honors these traits through its copper leaf with a black translucent…

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Travel Back In Time With 80s Modern Decor 

80s Modern Decor – When we think about 80s modern decor what comes to mind is big, bold prints and loud colors. Well, whether you like it or not, a lot of those loud design choices are coming back in a big way. Join Best Design Books and discover the 80’s modern decor that is back in style.   BRASS Though it may seem like you just rid your home of every brass accessory you were so excited about in the ’80s, brass is back. Almost everything comes back in style if you wait long enough. The interior designer Lee Robinson believes that brass is much more understated and luxurious than it used to be. PASTELS  Soft pastels were huge in design during the ’80s and ’90s, and they’re popular again but with a slight update. This time around they’re a little more sophisticated. POP ART Pop art’s famous bold colors and prints are once again gaining popularity in modern design. “With the decade’s love for bright colors, it’s no surprise that the vibrant, primary-toned pop art of the 1960s made a comeback in the ’80s,” says Laurel & Wolf. JUNGLE PRINT 1980s interior design involved a lot of loud, bold…

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5 Design Books We Recommend This Week 

Design Books –     WILLIAM EGGLESTON POLAROID SX-70 This book is a facsimile of an album of Polaroids assembled by Eggleston himself. All taken with a Polaroid SX-70, these 56 shots take us on his trips to the heart of the landscapes of Mississippi, the territory of his childhood. MIES First published in 2014, this ultra-detailed monograph compiles the modernist work of Mies van der Rohe, one of the most influential architects of the 20th century. THE HOUSE OF GLAM: LUSH INTERIORS & DESIGN EXTRAVAGANZA Combining strong colors and original materials, these interiors bet on a more and more acclaimed maximalist aesthetic. From Italy to the United States, make way for opulence with these residences decorated by the biggest names in interior architecture. TONNE GOODMAN, POINT OF VIEW With this book, the former fashion editor of American Vogue looks back on her career, an extraordinary journey where the greatest fashion photographers of the 20th-century meet and the models who made the news. WE  HAVE BEEN MEANING TO Photographer Marie Déhé has teamed up with writer Haydée Touitou to create this book of poetry and photographs. Between pieces of skin and snatches of the sky, a sensual sweetness sets in…

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Make Your Home Decor Timeless With The Modern Classic Design Trend

Modern Classic – Modern classic design trend is all about finding inspiration in the past through modern-inspired visual concepts. Join Best Design Books and discover everything about this design trend.   Feel the powerfulness of these luxurious and bespoke inspirations: Nature in its rawest form flows through CAY Console Table as lava flows from a volcano eruption. With a tabletop in bronze glass and a base in casted brass, this entryway console table embodies nature’s ultimate scream. Allow yourself to hear the call, feeling its strength and reflecting it into your urban lifestyle. Inspired by the Swan Lake Op. 20, ballet composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Odette Sofa tells the story of a princess turned into a swan by an evil sorcerer’s curse. Its sweeping silhouette is accentuated with a polished brass structure and an asymmetric back offers a sophisticated design and timeless appeal. Soleil Sofa is a synthesis of styles and senses. Inspired by the spirit and mission of the famous Cirque de Soleil, the purpose is to invoke, provoke and evoke. Soft, sultry curves gently embrace the sitter in this elegant vintage and contemporary style sofa. Except for the supreme levels of comfort, the sofa through the brass…

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Minimal Luxury: The Design Trend You Need To Follow In 2020

Minimal Luxury – Minimal Luxury is everywhere. More and more people are turning to more clear spaces filled with few furniture pieces. The fact is that clear spaces are becoming more desirable for decor enthusiasts. Join Best Design Books and discover everything about minimal luxury, the design trend that will revolutionize your home in 2020.   Neutral colors work so well as a base as it keeps an interior looking fresh and styled without appearing dated. Check out some inspirations: One of the world’s most beautiful coral reefs is located in Belize. Its unbelievable beauty inspired the creation of the BELIZE Mirror, made of silver leaf with shades of translucent black and red. However, what makes this round mirror unique is the polished brass details. It is surely a piece that will add intrigue to any entrance hall. Baraka is an ancient Sufi world which means ”a blessing – the breath of life -, or essence of life” from which the evolutionary process unfolds. The spirit or BARAKA inspired the creation of this cupboard that uses no language because its design speaks magnificent images of natural beauty. This exquisite design product stands outside historical time and will enhance the beauty of…

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Color Trends 2020: Introduce Blue Light Into Your Home Decor

Blue Light – Blue has a huge variety of shades: light and dark, warm and cold. On this particular inspiration, Best Design Books will explore the luxurious and noble range of blue light. Join us and discover how to introduce this color into your home decor.     OREAS SOFA According to Greek mythology, Oreas is the God of the mountains. OREAS Sofa pays tribute to it. This channel-tufted sofa is fully upholstered in soft cotton velvet, making it the perfect addition to any living room set. NAJ DINING CHAIR  Guatemala was the stage of one of the most important discoveries in the twentieth century – the Naj Tunich. Inspired by it is NAJ Dining Chair, a living room chair fully upholstered in velvet with nickeled nails. This fabric chair is sure to make a statement. ALICE SUSPENSION LAMP Alice Suspension Lamp was inspired in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Lewis Carrol’s masterpiece. It is a hexagon-shaped lamp that can be sold individually or within a set. It can be entirely customized according to the client’s taste. Nº1 BLUE CUSHION Starting with rugs, and now entering the world of homeware with Home’s Society, they aim to give our clients the ability…

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Dining Room Inspired By Kelly Hoppen’s Style

Kelly Hoppen – Based in London, Kelly Hoppen is clearly an icon and one of the most celebrated interior designers in the world. With a differentiating signature style and over 40 years of experience, the interior designer is known for the idea of giving the most personalized and proper interiors for the client’s lifestyle. She is known for her neutral palette in her projects. Today, Best Design Books decided to show you a bedroom inspired by Kelly Hoppen’s style. Hope you feel inspired:   MATHENY ROUND SUSPENSION Feel the true statement of luxury with this modern ceiling lamp. Matheny is a unique chandelier, a new take on the mid-century classics. It has a geometric design of combined tubes and its structure is handmade in brass. All in all, Matheny’s round chandelier will certainly capture the attention of your guests. PIETRA ROUND DINING TABLE Playing with function and sculptural form, Pietra dining table shapes a timeless experience through its classical aura and finest Calacatta white marble. Reminding the renaissance era, its round top gently lies in one robust marble column, conceived from a solid block hand-sculpted and turned to create different details for additional texture. A noble material carved in Boca do Lobo workshops, conceiving a…

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Axel Vervoordt: Portraits of Interiors

Axel Vervoordt – Portraits of Interiors is a book about the oasis of home and includes seventeen projects in America, Belgium, England, France, Italy, and Spain, as well as Axel Vervoordt Company’s first work in India, Russia, and Japan. Join Best Design Books and discover everything about this amazing book and one of his recent projects: The minimalist home of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. The book’s guiding concepts are seeking a universal spirit of life and the emotional feeling of oneness that a home can provide. Through 320 pages, the images and text explore the search for an equilibrium between architecture, art, and nature to create the environment of the home in which people make the difference. Published in the fiftieth year of the company’s existence, the firm has been a pioneering leader in the evolution and exploration of diverse cultural traditions and eras to create singular homes all over the world. Demonstrated in this new book, the company’s projects feature a range of traditional, Wabi, and contemporary elements that are rooted in the past and connected to the future. Photographed by Laziz Hamani with text by Michael Gardner, the featured interiors range from urban penthouses in New York and London to…

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