You may find yourself picking up more novels than usual with the extra downtime during social distancing. An easy way to spice up your space is to display your books in an aesthetic way—like on your coffee table.
Coffee table books double as a chic decor piece and a great conversation starter. Whether you’re looking for something new to read or simply want to add another book to your collection, see my picks below.
BOOKS TO ADD TO YOUR COFFEE TABLE
Jeux de Peau by Henrik Purienne
Los Angeles-based photographer, Henrik Purienne, shares his fourth photo book enlightened with sensual imagery that instantly floods daydreams of sunshine and serenity.
Frank Lloyd Wright: The Houses by Alan Hess
Discover all existing 289 homes, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, that have become some of the most exquisite residential architecture in the country.
CAMP: Notes on Fashion by Andrew Bolton
Have a piece of the Met Gala on your coffee table with this book featuring all the high fashion displayed in the MMA’s Costume Institute’s spring 2019 exhibition.
Harper’s Bazaar: Models by Derek Blasberg
Derek Blasberg features 28 of fashion’s most iconic models—including Linda, Naomi, Kate and Gisele—through photos directly from the publication’s archive.
Resident Dog: Incredible Homes and the Dogs That Live There by Nicole England
Just like the title suggests, this book highlights adorable furry friends and the stylish, lavish spaces they call home.
Tom Ford by Tom Ford
Tom Ford features 200 images of his incredible design work in his time at Gucci and YSl (1994 to 2004), including detailed information behind evolving the brands and reinventing what sexiness represents in clothing.
The Big Book of the Hamptons by Michael Shnayerson
This book showcases photos of the beautiful residential real estate, and their gardens, located in one of the most elite zip codes in the world.
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