Guest Picks: Ring in the New Year with a Few Good (Decor) Books
— Donna from A Perfect Gray
This is the awesomeness that was Domino Magazine in a book. What could be better?
This one has awesome interiors by that over-the-top "Million Dollar Decorator."
Art walls are just the thing right now. Check out this book for lots of great ideas for displaying and hanging anything.
This book is full of edgy and fun interiors from that Novogratz team that knows no limits.
Peek into the world of Wolf and learn his design principles in this book.
This book is packed with DIY how-to guides and home tours.
In this book, the well-loved designer Bunny Williams explains how to add personal touches and flair to your home.
This is a fantastic inspirational book full of beautiful rooms.
Thom Filicia is full of personality and style — you can feel both on these pages.
This one teaches you to look at objects and art in a new way so that you can "undecorate."
This book is full of classically beautiful interiors.
Jonathan Adler's My Prescription for Anti-Depressive Living says it all in the title. Adler-ize your space, and make it fun, fun, fun!
The founding editor-in-chief of Domino magazine, Deborah Needleman, helps us achieve stylish, relaxed comfort.
This one is a comprehensive look at the work of one of America's most beloved designers, Mark Hampton.
These rich and layered English-style interiors are a treat for the eyes.
This one shows restrained yet classic interiors, both elegant and mixed. Carter does it so well.
This book has all the wonderful modern interiors you could wish for.
When you're craving natural materials, a restrained hand and rooms filled with light, this book is the one for you.
Get expert tips from an interior stylist on using your own items to re-create your space.
The name says it all; the Giannetti's use beautifully aged objects and furnishings to create warm and inviting interiors.Next: More books to consider