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"Many clients come to us thinking that they need more space, more storage, more of everything. We try to gently guide them toward simpler solutions."

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.

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.

If there's anyone who can actually turn all of their #decorgoals from Pinterest into reality, it's Diane Keaton. In this interior design tome, the actress and prolific Pinner documents her process of gathering home inspiration from the site, honing in on her industrial-chic aesthetic, and working with architects and designers to build a brand-new 8,000-square-foot home from the ground up. The pages are also peppered with advice for refreshing and rethinking your own space, both indoors and out. Keaton's method of home design may be divisive, but it makes for a compelling read.

There's something truly special about homes with a creative spirit. Designer and DIY expert Janet Crowley walks readers through 60 diverse decor projects (including a knotted rope ladder, an heirloom linen table runner, and even a simple-sewn hammock!) to add high-end style with a homespun touch to your home. Whether you're a beginning crafter or are ready for something more challenging, this interior design book is chock-full of inspiration.

If eclectic clutter and eccentric personal style are your jam,  The Selby Is in Your Place  needs a permanent place in your coffee table stack. A project born out of his eponymous blog, photographer Todd Selby interviews and takes pictures of the homes of various offbeat personalities, from Jonathan Adler to Erin Wasson to Karl Lagerfeld. The book is like a giant game of  I Spy  — the more you flip through it, the more witty and minute details you'll start to notice.

Whether you flip through it for an education in home decoration or simply as design porn,  The Finer Things is a book on interiors that appeals to the bon vivant in all of us. Offering insights into the history of the furniture and decor basics that we've come to accept as fundamental elements in a room, author Christiane Lemieux weaves expert advice with insider buying tips, and demonstrates how to put it all together in the most eye-catching way.

"Many clients come to us thinking that they need more space, more storage, more of everything. We try to gently guide them toward simpler solutions."

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.

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.

If there's anyone who can actually turn all of their #decorgoals from Pinterest into reality, it's Diane Keaton. In this interior design tome, the actress and prolific Pinner documents her process of gathering home inspiration from the site, honing in on her industrial-chic aesthetic, and working with architects and designers to build a brand-new 8,000-square-foot home from the ground up. The pages are also peppered with advice for refreshing and rethinking your own space, both indoors and out. Keaton's method of home design may be divisive, but it makes for a compelling read.

There's something truly special about homes with a creative spirit. Designer and DIY expert Janet Crowley walks readers through 60 diverse decor projects (including a knotted rope ladder, an heirloom linen table runner, and even a simple-sewn hammock!) to add high-end style with a homespun touch to your home. Whether you're a beginning crafter or are ready for something more challenging, this interior design book is chock-full of inspiration.

If eclectic clutter and eccentric personal style are your jam,  The Selby Is in Your Place  needs a permanent place in your coffee table stack. A project born out of his eponymous blog, photographer Todd Selby interviews and takes pictures of the homes of various offbeat personalities, from Jonathan Adler to Erin Wasson to Karl Lagerfeld. The book is like a giant game of  I Spy  — the more you flip through it, the more witty and minute details you'll start to notice.

Whether you flip through it for an education in home decoration or simply as design porn,  The Finer Things is a book on interiors that appeals to the bon vivant in all of us. Offering insights into the history of the furniture and decor basics that we've come to accept as fundamental elements in a room, author Christiane Lemieux weaves expert advice with insider buying tips, and demonstrates how to put it all together in the most eye-catching way.

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"Many clients come to us thinking that they need more space, more storage, more of everything. We try to gently guide them toward simpler solutions."


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