I am so excited to share with you my favorite coffee table books! I love how each of these books are filled with inspirational pictures and design ideas. These are perfect for the living room, bedroom, or even in your office space. So whether it’s a quick pick-me-up for your mood or something for your quests to flip through, these books are sure to be worth the read!
If you’re looking for some inspiration on where to start with your coffee table book collection, here are some of the best ones out there!
The Prettiest Coffee Table Books: Gift Guide
The Perfect Imperfection of Golden Goose
“Most savvy and informed fashion readers will be ecstatic with the content of The Perfect Imperfection of Golden Goose. The book defies almost any other in the genre as it is an intimate and emotional journey of a business, its DNA, and what is behind the brand’s name…This is a must read for any fashionphile or aficionado.” —NEW YORK JOURNAL OF BOOKS
There’s something for every Porsche enthusiast in Porsche 70 Years, whether rear-engine 911 loyalist, race fan, or follower of contemporary vehicles. Fasten your seat belt and hit the gas.
Porsche is one of the most important and iconic automotive manufacturers in history. From its first 356 to today’s technical tour de force, the 918, Porsche has advanced from strength to strength for nearly seven decades.
“An essential text for all students of design . . . [and] inspiration and intel for those simply interested in the art and practice.” –Alexa Hampton, from the foreword
From the nation’s top college for interior design comes a definitive design school in a book and a fabulous reference for decorating the home. In the past decade, New York School of Interior Design, which was founded in 1916, has drawn a large crossover audience of passionate decorating enthusiasts and hobbyists–many of them private homeowners who know that thinking like a professional is the surest way to achieve a magnificent home.
When Louis Vuitton: The Birth of Modern Luxury was published in 2004, the book was the first to describe the dramatic rise of the world’s finest luxury company. Written with full access to the company’s archives, it demonstrates Louis Vuitton’s passion for fine design with a stunning array of archival art, product designs, and cutting-edge advertising. The company is examined through the lives of its first three leaders—founder Louis (who invented the modern trunk), his son Georges, and his grandson Gaston.
Now with fresh information on subjects such as designs for ready-to-wear clothing, shoes, jewelry, and even automobiles, this new edition includes 20 additional pages and updated material throughout the book, covering the brand’s recent history, with new texts and photographs.
The Kaufmann Mercantile Guide: How to Split Wood, Shuck an Oyster, and Master Other Simple Pleasures
Accidentally Wes Anderson
THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER: A visual adventure of Wes Anderson proportions, authorized by the legendary filmmaker himself: stunning photographs of real-life places that seem plucked from the just-so world of his films, presented with fascinating human stories behind each façade.