Books

For my last day of favourites, I chose to feature my favourite books :) I love to read. Give me a good book, a big cup of tea, and a warm fire with some snow outside and I'm a happy camper! And interior design books are some of my favourites. My collection is still kinda small, but I'm sure it won't take long to build!

( Links below books lead to source of images & place to purchase! )

One of my favourites is a book that needs no introduction. Domino: The Book of Decorating by the editors of the now extinct Domino magazine is a gorgeous book of tips and tricks and beautiful rooms.

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Next up is Downtown Chic by Robert & Cortney Novogratz. This book documents the houses they have renovated and designed with beautiful photos and lots of information from Cortney about what they learned along the way.

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Style and Substance: The Best of Elle Decor is a beautiful book filled with beautiful rooms. It's divided up into different rooms in the home, with a few tips for each room, but mainly just photos. It's great for inspiration, but not if you want a book to tell you how to achieve a certain look.

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My mom found Bazaar Style for me in Winners for $6 the other day :) I haven't had a chance to go fully through it yet but from my few flips through it, it's another pretty book with some tips on what to do with vintage & flea market finds. Lots of great inspiration.

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All of the books from here down are books that I do not own, but are on my list to buy. So if you own them and have any thoughts, please share in the comments below! I found most of them through recommendations on Amazon, so I haven't actually flipped through them in a store.

Apartment Therapy's Big Book of Small, Cool Spaces looks like a great inspirational book with some tips and tricks for small spaces. I currently live in a tiny apartment with my roommate, so small space advice is always good haha

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I love me some bright colour in a space! And Jonathan Adler is pretty well known for his use of bold, bright colours, so whats not to love? From what I can gather, it offers advice and ideas on different colour schemes throughout the home. Sounds good to me :)

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It's called Glamour: Making it Modern. That's pretty much why it made it onto the list haha I imagine it to be full of gorgeous inspiration to make your home a little more glamorous!

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This book just kept popping up in my recommendations on Amazon, so I figured I should add it. Can always use more inspiration :) And it has 'nest' in the title, which makes me think of cozy & warm places. Cozy and warm are always good adjectives for a room haha

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I believe The Selby is in Your Place is a book of pretty people in pretty rooms? Sounds good to me!

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This is another one that just kept popping up in my recommendations on Amazon, and I'm not sure if I will ever buy it, but the pretty cover promises pretty pictures inside :)

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Jonathan Adler's other Happy Chic book. I think I'm more inclined to buy the Colours one, but accessories are always fun :)

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I don't know who Kelly Wearstler is, but it's called Hue, so I'm imagining a book about colour. I like colour, so I think I'd like this book :)

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For some reason, I keep thinking this is by a Canadian author, but I really have no idea if it is or not haha But look at that cover. If that doesn't scream BUY ME, I don't know what does!

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Ok, so I may love all things UK, especially their home design. The English Home is a gorgeous magazine that my grandma gets, and I love looking at the new issue whenever I visit. This book has no relations to The English Home other than it looks like a book of gorgeous English homes haha

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I feel like Alexa Hampton is a somebody in the design world, but I can't remember where I've heard her name before. Again, gorgeous cover promises a gorgeous book. Can I really go wrong here? haha

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Vincent Wolf is a name I know I've seen recently on several blogs with his gorgeous interiors, so a whole book of them seems like a buy in my opinion :)

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Mmmm...next to the UK, French style is one of my favourites! Gigantic fireplace + massive chandelier + white/neutral colour scheme = I need to buy haha

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Lastly, a book that hasn't even been published yet! Haha there wasn't much on Amazon about this book, but I for one am not a fan of fussy, 'done' interiors (do you know what I mean?) so I think this book could make for a great read!

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And that is all I have for the moment! If you have read any of these or any other similar ones that you think I should know about, please let me know and I shall add them to the list :)

Happy weekend!

xo,
B