20 New Inspiring Home Decor Books Launching Fall 2020
Spending more time at home means home decor on the mind! Read on to discover 20 new home decor books set to launch Fall 2020. With pages upon pages of designs by a selection of top interior designers from around the world, inspiration awaits!
20 New Inspiring Home Decor Books to Discover Fall 2020
by Mark D Sikes | September 1, 2020
“More Beautiful: All-American Decoration is a book chock full of new project imagery divided into chapters defined by distinct styles. Each exudes the joy that comes with surrounding yourself with the things you love. These chapters (Traditional, Country, Coastal, Mediterranean, and, finally a chapter on the latest design iteration of my own home) are all bright and colorful, and I hope, in a word, uplifting.” This is one of those home decor books we cannot wait to dig into!
by Marie Flanigan, Photography by Julie Soefer | September 8, 2020
The Beauty of Home is Houston based interior designer Marie Flanigan’s first book. A master class on Marie’s approach to design, this beautiful book takes readers through 9 different design elements.
Jan’s newest book takes readers through 20 never-before-photographed luxurious private residences across the United States!
Celebrated interior and furniture designer Kate Hume’s first book, Elan showcases Hume’s lifelong love affair with color and her respect for anything artisanal. For Hume there is no wrong color, only wrong combinations. This is top of the list of home decor books we are dying to crack!
Discover a luxurious wine château and private residence in the south of France designed by the innovative architecture firm OITOEMPONTO. Near the glittering coast of the French Riviera, surrounded by a luscious cru classé vineyard, OITOEMPONTO oversaw the renaissance of Château Saint-Maur de Cogolin through an assiduous, four-year renovation.
by Alberto Pinto and Julien Morel | September 01, 2020
This sumptuous and richly illustrated book features celebrated designer Alberto Pinto’s interiors. Bringing fresh inspiration to established design principles, Pinto excels at creating a perfect harmony of volume and space.
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Edited by Marie Kalt | September 08, 2020
An unrivaled survey of the most exciting contemporary interior design across the globe, curated by the editors of ten international editions of Architectural Digest. A must-see on your list of home decor books!
by Claud Cecil Gurney | October 06, 2020
Renowned for its elegant hand-painted wallpapers and textiles, de Gournay creates some of the most beautiful interiors in the world.
by Michael S. Smith & Margaret Russell, Forward by Michelle Obama | September 1, 2020
Created for design enthusiasts, political aficionados, and students of Americana, Designing History documents Michael Smith’s extraordinary collaboration with President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.
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by Amber Lewis | October 27, 2020
In Made for Living, the trendsetting designer Amber Lewis, known for her effortless style, shares the secrets of the art of layering: arranging all your disparate things so that they work together.
by Myquillyn Smith | September 15, 2020
Decorating for each season doesn’t have to be overwhelming or expensive. Your home can be festive, stylish, and cozy with minimal effort and a limited budget–just ask The Nester! In Welcome Home, Myquillyn Smith guides you through creating and enjoying a seasonally decorated home with more style and less stuff.
Tastemaker and designer Danielle Rollins is renowned for her elegant touch. In her second book, she welcomes readers into her world and shows them how to create gorgeous style at home in rooms tailor-made for gatherings, get-togethers, cocktail hours, dinner parties, and intimate suppers.
by Katie Ridder, Photography by Eric Piasecki, Forward by Dominique Browning, Contribution by Jorge Arango | September 22, 2020
Bold combinations of primary and secondary colors; exquisitely crafted trims, embroidery, lampshades, and countless accessories (all designed by Ridder); imaginative room surfaces from silver leaf to custom stenciling. These are but a few of the signature elements of a Katie Ridder interior showcased in this book’s new trove of interiors.
by India Hicks, Forward by Brooke Shields | September 8, 2020
Style icon India Hicks, daughter of the late David Hicks and goddaughter to Prince Charles, is known for her irreverent take on style. And in her third book, she shares her charming take on entertaining, featuring dreamy tablescapes, found centerpieces, and enjoyable family anecdotes.
by Dara Caponigro | September 8, 2020
Are you “High Style” or “Boho,” or maybe “Happy Modern” or “Trad with a Twist”? The legendary fabrics and wallpapers house of Schumacher shows how you can use their iconic prints and patterns to create a variety of beautiful, chic interiors in the style that most suits you.
Contemporary design meets Marrakesh’s splendid artistic heritage in a fresh burst of color, form, and texture through a panoply of sensual houses and gardens. Noted designer Meryanne Loum-Martin provides entrée into the extraordinary residences of this fabled city’s leading tastemakers.
by Louisa Pierce, Emily Ward & Catherine Pierce | September 22, 2020
Every Pierce & Ward home tells a story. Emily and Louisa believe that there is a beauty in the unfolding of a room that takes the eye dancing from one piece to the next. The whimsical, layered, incredibly chic, and livable interiors and the fresh and original insights of the coolest design duo fill every page of this treasure chest of a debut interiors book.
by Pierre Sauvage & Olivia Roland, Photography by Ambroise Tézenas, Forward by Lisa Fine | September 15, 2020
Pierre Sauvage, owner and creative director of the Parisian design firm Casa Lopez, invites us into the homes of twenty influential tastemakers, offering inspiration from living and dining room interiors to table settings, floral arrangements, and recipes.
by James Huniford & Stephen Treffinger, Forward by Pilar Viladas | November 10, 2020
An in-depth look at the design process of James Huniford, universally known as Ford, who is renowned for his skill in juxtaposing opposites–contemporary with traditional, rustic with refined–to create a timeless whole.
From the Third Coast comes this inspirational interiors book by award-winning interior designers Sandra Lucas and Sarah Eilers, who show us how to design inviting homes with a classical backbone that are stylish and versatile for today’s living.
By Anna Beck Bimba