Flipping through a gorgeously photographed interior design book can certainly spark the interest in giving your own space a little revamp. We picked 18 top tomes that are chock-full of easily digestible tips and tricks to help you make over the home you already have in a way that looks chic and stylish, yet uniquely fits your lifestyle.
Home: The Best of The New York Times Home Section: The Way We Live Now
If you’ve been known to flip right to The New York Times’ Art and Design section, this gorgeously designed hardcover is one you’re sure to enjoy over and over again. Its 272 pages are filled with striking full-page photographs of interiors, along with in-depth interviews with their owners, showcasing everything from fresh-start country homes, to innovative and eco-friendly architecture, to the most minuscule of city apartments.
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