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I don’t know about you, but one thing I always have on my wishlist is a good book.
A good interior design book, that is.
I’m not much for fiction – but hand me a crisp hardcover book about home decor and I’m in my own sweet heaven.
If you’re anything like me, you’re always on the lookout for your next great read, and today you’re in a good spot!
I’m giving you my best interior design book recommendations. Some of these are not even on the market yet..shhh…but don’t worry, you can pre-order them so you don’t miss out.
I’m all about those books with the pretty design pictures and the beautiful spines that bring your bookshelves and coffee tables to life.
So, my friends, all of these will check off those boxes.
Without further ado, here’s your next great read…
Interior Design Books You’ll Love
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A Few Highlights
All these books are amazing reads! But I wanted to highlight just a few.
Amber Lewis – You guys! So excited about this one. It’s not out yet, but boy do I wanna get my hands on this one. Amber Lewis is one of my favorite interior designers ever. I just know this book will be full of inspiration!
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Lauren Liess is an amazing interior designer and another one of my favorites. Her two bestselling design books will not disappoint. I love that her designs feel very eclectic and natural. She’s all about that earthy, worn, vintage vibe that we all love so much.
Jenni Kayne is my muse. Everything about her is so cool but so effortless. This book is a collection of her ideas and style with swoonworthy photos. It’s a must read!
These books pack some serious punch. And they are ones that I frequently refer back to. That’s saying something. I recommend them highly, as well as their popular blog.
These Domino books will become a trusted source for design inspiration and decorating tips. Not to mention, they are beautiful books! Their blog is amazing as well.
So there you have it! Now over to you. What’s your favorite decorating book out there?