Are you a design enthusiast? If yes, then chances are, that you still have space on your shelves for more books.
And if you are a die heart book lover too, then by now you’ve run out of space.
But it’s time to add more to your overflowing collection, as we have done our research and are here with the 6 best interior design books that are a must-read for all interior designers like you.
INSPIRED BY NATURE – HANS BLOMQUIST
- This new book by Hans Blomquist is all about using natural materials’ inherent imperfections to create captivating interiors.
- He is regarded as the master of his aesthetic as a stylist, art director, photographer, and author. Inspired by Nature, his latest book, combines rustic edges, moody shades, and natural materials to create a soft, inviting style.
- It explores his interior design philosophy, inspiring us to see the world through his eyes, creating imagery out of the most basic objects to create painterly and thought-provoking spaces.
LIVE BEAUTIFUL – ATHENA CALDERONE
- Athena Calderone, a visual storyteller, features homes with a traditional and contemporary theme in her latest novel.
- Being a tastemaker and the creator of lifestyle blog EyeSwoon, she surely knows a thing or two about living beautifully.
- Athena delves into a hand-picked series of designer homes in her new novel, Live Beautifully, and explores how each of their finely designed interiors came together.
BE MY GUEST: AT HOME WITH THE TASTEMAKERS – PIERRE SAUVAGE
- With a new book that welcomes you into the homes of tastemakers, you will enter a world of glamour and hosting.
- Pierre Sauvage, the owner and artistic director of the Parisian design company Casa Lopez, is an expert on trendy interiors suited for entertaining.
- He expresses his passion for art de Vivre in his beautiful new novel, Be My Guest: At Home with the Tastemakers, by bringing us into the exquisite homes of 20 leading names from the fashion, interior design, beauty, and art worlds.
- Martina Mondadori, Aerin Lauder, and Carolina Irving are only a few of the names on the list.
FLOWER: EXPLORING THE WORLD IN BLOOM – PHAIDON EDITORS
- A comprehensive and sumptuous survey that celebrates the beauty and appeal of flowers throughout art, history, and culture.
- The next installment in the bestselling Explorer Series takes readers on a journey through continents and cultures to discover the innumerable forms floral motifs have been used by artists and image-makers throughout history.
THE GARDEN: BEFORE & AFTER – RANDLE SIDDELEY
- Landscape designer Randle Siddeley observed that many recent gardening books concentrate on the final result of a garden and that is why he decided to shed some light on the process instead, behind his high-profile designs.
- In this book, he dives deep into each of his clients’ dreams as well as the process that brought each idea to life, often highlighting key issues and solutions along the way, giving us a captivating behind-the-scenes project.
CHROMA: A BOOK OF COLOR – DEREK JARMAN
- It isn’t a new book, but it’s an important and timely one.
- Much Ado Books describes the recently republished Chroma: A Book of Color –June ’93 as “a poetic, intimate consideration of color, nature, and life.”
- Written just a year before his death, and as his eyesight was beginning to fail, Jarman discusses the exceptional power that color has – even when it’s being seized from his own life.