We already saw the part one of the best interior design books (you can see it here) and today we will present you another 5, just to help you even better choosing your new interior design, because the more inspirations are better, but with the best of the best is even better.
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6. Home Décor Cheat Sheets: Need-To-Know Stuff For Stylish Living by Jessica Probus & Alice Mongkongllite
This shows everybody how to perfectly coordinate space. What you should and should not do according to everlasting design rules. Home Decor Cheat Sheets are easy to understand because in pictures you will get all the needed information: how to brighten rooms with natural light, fit the rug to the room appropriately, elegance of using throw pillows and so much more. Simply, it will teach everything to grasp vital concepts to give your house an inspiring look.
7.The Maker: Beyond Decorating: Crafting A Unique Space
Basically: ‘What can I craft with my own hands that will make my space special?’. Intimate connection with home is reached through mastering your craft and bringing raw materials to life. Also, it gives a home an original space with your unique touch. Besides all the mentioned details, Tamara Maynes cares about bringing comfort and beauty in the most perfect way possible.
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8. Decorate: 1,000 Design Ideas for Every Room in Your Home by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
In this book, there are more than 1,000 professional tips, ideas, and solutions for every room and every budget. Photos in this book provide colourful illustrations combined with and, plans that make it easy to get started. For those looking to make the most of their home and create stylish interiors, ‘Decorate’ is the start-to-finish resource to keep on the bookshelf for years to come.
9. Alexa Hampton: The Language of Interior Design
One of the most influential designers – Alexa Hampton, provides a tour of stunning residences from her own portfolio. Eighteen classic spaces illustrate in rich detail the elements that govern cultivated design—contrast, proportion, colour, and balance.
10. Habitat: The Field Guide to Decorating by Lauren Liess
By mixing the textures of natural elements such as wood and stone with eclectic groupings of modern and quirky vintage pieces author fuses her love of design and the great outdoors into all her work. Readers will be inspired by the unique style of these rooms, which include lovely framed botanical prints and Liess’s own textile patterns inspired by wildflowers and weeds.
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