Must Have Décor Books – Part 2
Hi folks, we promised you another part series of Must have Décor Books, following the first part series, and there we go. Check these gorgeously photographed interior books that can stimulate the ‘designer’ in you, for sure, in providing your own space a fresh and renovated look. We picked another 10 books that are full of easy-to-use bag of tricks to give your home a fresh make over to make it look modish and classy, yet also realistically that go in line with your lifestyle and budget.
Book 1: The Interior Design Reference & Specification Book: Everything Interior Designers Need to Know Every Day by Linda O'Shea, Chris Grimley & Mimi Love
Book 2: The Colour Scheme Bible: Inspirational Palettes for Designing Home Interiors by Anna Starmer
Book 3: Interior Design Course: Principles, Practices, And Techniques for the Aspiring Designer by Tomris Tangaz
Book 4: Interior Design Master Class: 100 Lessons from America's Finest Designers on the Art of Decoration by Carl Dellatore
Book 5: Interior Color by Design: v. 2: A Tool for Architects, Designers, and Homeowners by Jonathan Poore
Book 6: Elements of Style: Designing a Home & a Life by Erin Gates
Book 7: Interiors: Inspiration & Materials by Gregory Mees and Peter Slaets
Book 8: Rooms to Remember: The Classic Interiors of Suzanne Tucker by Suzanne Tucker
Book 9: The Creative Home: Inspiring ideas for beautiful living Hardcover by Geraldine James
Book 10: The Perfectly Imperfect Home: How to Decorate and Live Well by Deborah Needleman and Virginia Johnson
The real takeaway of flipping through the pages of these collectors’s set of books is that they inspire you without making you think "if I could find something exactly like the one in that photo, my room would be complete!" So, waste no time and grab a copy of these best-selling Interior decor books at your local bookstores or book stores online. Happy reading!
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