Home Design Books You Need
Designing and creating spaces is so much than simply what it looks like. These spaces give a feeling and we want those to be feelings we want to keep coming back to. If you’re looking to redecorate your home, but aren’t sure where to start, we’ve made a list of some our favorite home design books out there.
Homebody: A Guide to Creating Spaces You’ll Never Want to Leave
Does anyone love Joanna Gaines as much as I do? I’ve been anxiously waiting for this book to come out for weeks, maybe even months now. Everything she designs is so beautiful and can you believe she didn’t even need any schooling to be as talented as she is! Click to pre-order your copy and see a better glimpse into what this book has to offer.
Styled: Secrets for Arranging Rooms from Tabletops to Bookshelves
Emily takes a different approach to designing in her book focusing on styling versus decorating. Decorating can take a lot of money and time, so she focuses on styling which gives feeling into each space. Check out this NY Times Best Seller here.
Cozy Minimalist Home
Having a warm and cozy home doesn’t mean you have to have a lot of things in the room. In this design book, Myquillyn Smith guides you in how to create a minimalist, but cozy home starting with items you already have. She not only guides you in what to look for in making the best decisions for the style you want your home to be, but also works to change the mindset in designing a home.
The Finer Things
By Christiane Lemieux
The Finer Things is all about, well, the finer things. Christiane touches on the history of furniture and decor and how this helps us in spotting timeless pieces that can stand the test of time. He interviews some of the top designers in the industry from wallpaper and paint specialists to textile fabricators and interior designers. After this book you could almost call yourself an expert.
Sage Living: Decorate for the Life You Want
By Anne Sage
I absolutely love the message of this book. We all have goals we want to achieve in our lifetime and creating a space that encourages you to achieve those goals only makes it that much easier. Some of us may not realize it, but our surroundings have an impact on our feelings and activities and this book will help you create the positive environment you want to live in. Anne goes beyond just designing spaces, but also the kind of life you want to live.
Are we missing one that’s on your top list? Let us know, we always love hearing from you and checking out new books!