Stack em’, show em’ off AND read them
We get it; coffee table books are great accessories for every home and make a trendy addition to your Instagram flat lay. So here at
If we take a quick glance back in history, it appears we’ve been obsessed with adorning our homes with stylish books for a pretty long time. Super important historical figure and
This is why we’ve carefully selected the best interior coffee table books in the market right now, guaranteed to capture the attention and heart of anyone who’s obsessed with décor. So, shall we get on with what you’ve been waiting for?
1) 100 Contemporary Houses
Number one on our list is Philip Jodidio’s100 Contemporary Houses, and it’ll come as no surprise as to what you’ll find inside this book. Yep, 100 of the best modern homes from across the globe, (who’d of thought?) Browse through some of the slickest residential architecture you’ve ever laid eyes on, guaranteed to make you want to swap out your rustic knick-knacks for floating steel stairs and clean lines. If contemporary houses are your thing, have a browse through our selection of modern houses available to rent for photo shoots, TV and filming.
2) Leaf Supply: A Guide to Keeping Happy House Plants
) It’s okay to admit, we know you really did try to keep that cactus alive you’re friend gifted you for your birthday last year. If you love the thought of filling your space with lots of greenery but are a little overwhelmed at the thought of keeping everything alive, then you need to get your hands on Leaf Supply: A Guide to Keeping Happy House Plants by Lauren Camilleri and Sophia Kaplan. This practical (and beautiful) book helps plant lovers not only choose and care for over 100 easy-to-find house
3) The Scandinavian Home: Interiors inspired by light
Is there anything more effortlessly cool than Scandinavian décor? We think not. The Scandinavian Home: Interiors inspired by light by Niki Brantmark pays homage to the soulful simplicity that is at the heart of every
4) New York Behind Closed Doors
You’ll be hard-pressed to find someone who isn’t in love with the idea of New York City; after all, it’s the place where dreams are made. Have you ever wondered what it might be like to live in one of the worlds most vibrant and busiest cities? ThenNew York Behind Closed Doors by Polly Devlin should be your coffee-table go-to book of choice. Flick through the pages of this book and you’ll discover the homes of 24 New York artists, writers and social influencers and the small, unique spaces they inhabit. An absolute must-buy for anyone who’s just a little bit nosey. Love all things quirky and off the wall? Have a browse through our selection of unique shoot locations and urban properties to satisfy all your wacky city needs.
5) Mad About The House: How to decorate your home with style
Book number 5 comes straight from the blogging world. If you keep up to date with all the hottest social influencers in the world of interiors you’ll be well aware of who Kate Watson-Smyth is, the creator behind
6) Dior and His Decorators: Victor Grandpierre, Georges Geffroy and The New Look
If you’re after something a more little high end and fashion orientated, look no further than Dior and His Decorators: Victor Grandpierre, Georges Geffroy and The New Look. (Phew, that was a mouth full.) This carefully curated book follows the journey of Grandpierre, who was responsible for designing Dior’s first couture house, creating not only the elegantly restrained look of the
So, there we have it. The best of the best coffee table books to fill your home within 2019. Which one, or two, or three (no judgement here) will you be getting your hands on? Let us know in the comments below!