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Elevating Your Home with Books: How to Style These 3 Must-Have Titles

Elevating Your Home with Books: How to Style These 3 Must-Have Titles

The coffee table is a staple of any well-appointed home. It's the perfect place to rest your feet, house your electronics, or display a beautiful piece of art. And if you're looking for interior inspiration, there are few better pieces to style them with than an interior coffee table book.

The following three books are all lovely in their own right, but they also have one thing in common: they're all coffee table books that make beautiful things look even more special.

Live Beautiful by Athena Calderone is a book filled with gorgeous photos of interiors from around the world—from modern homes to rustic cabins to minimalist apartments—and each photo is accompanied by tips on how to create spaces that reflect your personality and style.


Image: @alicia.kapel

Kinfolk Home is a book that explores the concept of creating a comfortable and inviting home. It features a collection of beautiful photographs and essays that showcase the homes of creative individuals from around the world. The book focuses on the idea of creating a home that reflects one's personal style and values, rather than simply following trends. It covers a wide range of topics, including decorating, entertaining, and living with intention. It encourages readers to create a space that is both beautiful and functional, and to prioritize the people and things that matter most to them. Kinfolk Home is a source of inspiration for those who want to create a home that is both personal and inviting.

Image: @cottageontheavenue

Still: The Slow Home is a book by Natalie Walton that explores the concept of slow living and creating a home that reflects this philosophy. The book is a guide to creating a space that is simple, intentional, and filled with things that truly matter. It covers a wide range of topics such as decluttering, simplifying, and living with purpose. The author shares personal stories, practical advice, and beautiful photographs that illustrate the concepts discussed. The book encourages readers to slow down, to create a home that is a reflection of themselves, and to prioritize the things that bring them joy and contentment. "Still: The Slow Home" is an inspiration for anyone looking to simplify their life and create a home that is a true reflection of who they are.

    Image: @alicia.kapel


How To Style Books in Your Own Home

When styling a coffee table, the size and shape of the table comes in to play. However, here are a few general rules to keep in mind:

  1. Balance: Make sure to balance the elements on your coffee table. If you have a large centerpiece, you should balance it with smaller items on the sides.

  2. Height: Vary the height of the items on your coffee table to add visual interest. You can do this by using books, a vase, or a sculpture.

  3. Functionality: Make sure your coffee table is functional. Keep items that you use frequently, such as coasters, remotes, and magazines, within easy reach.

  4. Symmetry: Create symmetry by placing items in pairs or groups of three. This will give your coffee table a cohesive and balanced look.

  5. Color: Use color to tie everything together. Choose a color scheme and use it throughout the items on your coffee table.

  6. Personal touch: Add personal touch by including an object that holds sentimental value to you, such as a framed photo, a souvenir, or a collection.

  7. Less is more: It's important not to overcrowd the table. Keep it simple and elegant.

By following these guidelines, you'll be able to create a stylish and functional round coffee table that will be the focal point of your living room.


Image: @our_emerald_home 

I hope you loved reading this quaint blog post, and don't forget to leave a question or comment.

Lauren x



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