Best 5 Interior Design Books

Best 5 Interior Design Books

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Most of interior designers need inspiration, education and coaching in order to succeed in business—they also need a proper arsenal of books. A reason why BRABBU wants to present you a list of 5 must-have interior design books where you can find the best inspirations and ideas in interior design field. Take a look:

AN EYE FOR DESIGN BY ALLEGRA HICKS

Best 5 Interior Design Books

Allegra Hicks: An Eye for Design examines textile, interior, and fashion designer Allegra Hicks’ approach to design and luxury. The book retraces the genesis of her patterns over the past decades of her work.

 

THE LANGUAGE OF INTERIOR DESIGN

Best 5 Interior Design Books

At an early age, Alexa Hampton learned the language of good design, the vocabulary to speak it, and the elements that define it. As the daughter of interior design legend Mark Hampton, she traveled the world by her father’s side, touring the great architectural landmarks and discovering beauty, training her eye.

 

SCRAPBOOK FOR LIVING BY BUNNY WILLIAMS

Best 5 Interior Design Books

Illustrated with incredibly detailed photography and chock full of helpful pointers, this is Bunny Williams’ most intimate book yet. Williams takes the reader through several homes room by room, showing creative ways to organize and add personal touches. From dining rooms  to lighting  and pets Williams empowers the reader with her practical and inspiring tips for making a house a home.

MADE TO ORDERS BY CAMPION PLATT

Best 5 Interior Design Books

Clean and simple design coupled with an embrace of color, beautifully crafted millwork, and environmentally friendly materials are hallmarks of the work of Campion Platt.

 

TIMELESS ELEGANCE BY DAVID EASTON

Best 5 Interior Design Books

Timeless Elegance is a rare insight into the work of one of America’s pre-eminent designers, David Easton, a master of both interior design and architecture. The versatility of his talent is displayed with examples of his work that range from a forty-five-room Georgian style house in Charlottesville, Virginia, to a Mediterranean stucco house in Mexico to a modern house in Aspen, Colorado.