Eat, Sleep, Read Interiors
We give you our pick of the best interior design books doing the rounds
BOOK: The Kinfolk Home by Nathan Williams.
This one’s our favourite. It takes you inside 35 homes around the world that reflect the key principles of slow living: cultivating community, simplifying out lives and reclaiming time for what matters most. Each home is guaranteed to inspire.
BOOK: The House that Pinterest built by Diane Keaton.
This one’s for all your Pinterest addicts. Flip through its pages and see how Diane keaton, the actress and prolific Pinner, documents her process of gathering home inspiration from the site and working with architects and designers to build an 8,000 square foot home from the ground up.
BOOK: The Selby is in Your Place by Todd Selby.
If eccentric personal style is your jam, this one’s for you. Born out of his eponymous blog, photographer Todd Selby interviews and takes pictures of homes of various offbeat personalities, including Karl Lagerfeld. It’s kind of like the game, I Spy, but in a book, with tons of details.
BOOK: The Finer things: Timeless Furniture, Textiles, and Details by Christiane Lemieux.
This book on interiors will appeal to the bon vivant in all of us. It offers insights into the history of furniture and décor basics, with expert tips by author Christiane Lemieux on how to put a room together in the most stunning way.
We asked our designers what their picks were, and here’s what they said: