We’re big fan of coffee table books, not only do they look beautiful stacked up next next to your favourite candle and flowers of choice but they provide endless hours of inspo on those days you need a bit of a pick-me-up. Today we share our fab five; a couple we own and a couple on our next to buy list.
1. Holiday at Home – Mr Jason Grant
We’re big believers that your home should be your retreat, and who better to help your to create your own oasis than Interior stylist extraordinaire Mr Jason Grant. ln his second book Holiday at Home, Mr Jason Grant travelled to his favourite destinations photographing things that inspired him. Choc-o-block full of gorgeous images, the reader is encouraged to create “holiday touches ” at home. Top of our wish list! – Get yours here
2. Adore Home – The Book
As fans of the online magazine Adore, we were thrilled to learn a book was in the pipeline. Full of colourful interiors from all over the world, plus plenty of styling tips on how to get the look in your own home. For colour lovers like us – this was definitely a must buy. You’ll be please to know book two is also in the works – get yours here.
3. Bright Bazaar – Will Taylor
Bright Bazaar … So much thought and care has gone into this beautiful book; From the candy-striped jacket to the bright yellow page edges, this book truly is a piece of art!! We love all the little details so carefully reinterpreted from the blog to a hard cover book. Another colour lover, Will has brought together so many beautiful colourful homes to create a book to treasure for years to come. Available here.
4. Rooms to Love – LeeAnn Yare & Larnie Nicolson
We are pretty excited for the new book Rooms to Love by LeeAnn Yare and Larnie Nicolson. This is the second book this clever duo has released, sure to be packed full of colour and inspiration for every home… Can’t wait to grab a copy, out soon! – Pre-order here.
5. Gypset Travel – Julia Chaplin
Julia Chaplin a contributor to New York Times & Elle magazine became fascinated with an emerging culture of creative minds, poets, musicians and rule breakers who she named the gypset (a name she made up) to describe these “jet setting” bohemian nomads. This book travels through Lamu, Kenya; José Ignacio, Uruguay; and Todos Santos, Mexico.
A bit of a wanderlust myself, think this will be a fab read over the holiday season – Jen
You can order yours here.