a dozen good things: home design books.
interior design books you'll refer to over and over again — displayed on your coffee table or stacked beside to inspire your dreams.
on my original blog i had a pretty extensive resource guide built, everything from shopping furniture and home accessories to clothing, home & garden, vintage, and beyond. if i have to delete the old blog (still tbd, and i’m trying to keep it up for your reference), never fear, i’m going to be providing you with those resources here, just tap on the resources link in my header but i’m also going to create a new way to share resources here on substack in the form of postings. i’ll be sharing a dozen good things from time to time, and those will live here forever for you to refer to when you’re stuck for inspiration or need a little design guidance. first up: a dozen good home interior design books. these are my personal favorites and the books i refer to over and over again. if you’d like to see more of my favorite design books, visit my amazon shop. happy reading and perusing all those beautiful books filled with interior goodness galore. cheers!
a dozen good home interior design books:
curate: inspiration for an individual home by lynda gardener.
inspiring family homes by gestalten and milk magazine.
greco disco: the art and design of luke edward hall by luke edward hall.
the house that pinterest built by diane keaton.
Francois Halard: A Visual Diary by francois halard.
work in progress: unconventional thoughts on designing an extraordinary life by leanne ford and steve ford.
travel home: design with a global spirit by caitlin flemming and julie goebel.
home style by city: ideas and inspiration from paris, london, new york, los angeles, and copenhagen by ida magntorn.
this is home: the art of simple living by natalie walton.
surf shack: laid-back living by the water by nina freudenberger & heather summerville.
the sustainable home: easy ways to live with nature in mind by ida magntorn.
maison: partisan chic at home by ines de la fressange and marin montagut.
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I am loving Nomad at Home. So inspiring.
Such a great resource – thanks, Victioria! Design books are such a huge inspiration to me. I already have/have read some of these and super excited to check out the rest.