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Interior Design Books To Inspire Your Next Home Makeover

Summer is here! Typically, when the vacation mood sets in, people tend to be more inspired as they find time to flex their creative muscles through various pursuits. For some, this is a great time to start on some home renovation project. And if you've been itching to change up the look of your space, you might want to flip through the pages of these books for interior inspirations. Enjoy!




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Victoria Hagan: Dream Spaces

By Victoria Hagan


Victoria Hagan’s second book features an exquisite selection of new interiors that embody the “soft modern” look that distinguishes her work. In these appealing, timeless projects, including a New York penthouse, a Nantucket beach house, and a Western ranch, formal architecture is loosened up with a generosity of spirit and an appreciation for the whimsies of style.





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The House That Pinterest Built

By Diane Keaton

The House that Pinterest Built defines what home and house mean to the celebrated movie star. This volume includes compelling photos from Keaton’s past homes and those she admires, as well as a multitude of details—dramatic staircases and magical light fixtures, film stills and book covers, pottery and art—drawn from the visual treasure trove known as Pinterest and Keaton’s private collection. 





Havana Living Today: Cuban Home Style Now

By Hermes Mallea


The book presents both stylish homes that survived the Cuban Revolution as well as innovative Havana interiors created in recent years amid the beginning of a new era and lifestyle. This is the first book of its kind to counter long-held preconceptions about how people live in Havana, offering fresh inspiration to design aficionados and homeowners in warm climes.




Home: The Best of the New York Times Home Section: The Way We Live Now

By Noel Millea


With striking photographs and compelling stories from its vast home-design archive, the editors of the New York Times’ beloved Home Section offer a look at how contemporary homeowners make the most of their living spaces—whether small or stately, rural or urban, historic or cutting-edge—and do it with style.



Making House: Designers at Home

By Dominic Bradbury


Beautifully illustrated, this volume is at once a document and a celebration of some of the most inspiring homes from around the world and the creative minds and personalities behind them, photographed specifically for this book. It features the houses and apartments of leading interior, furniture, and product designers, including the abodes of well-known figures such as Jonathan Adler, Marc Newson, Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci of Dimore Studio, and Stephen Sills.





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Houses That We Dreamt of: The Interiors of Delphine and Reed Krakoff 

By Delphine Krakoff and Reed Krakoff


This is the long-awaited monograph on the homes of a Paris-trained interior decorator (Delphine) and an American fashion designer (Reed). With texts from their personal friends—Martha Stewart, Hamish Bowles, Simon Doonan, Tory Burch, and Jacques Grange—the book will inspire interior design lovers with these projects of passion and finesse that represent dreams realized.



City Living: Apartments, Lofts, Studios, and Townhouses

By Frances Zamora Mola


This lavishly illustrated volume includes 600 full-color photographs and diagrams featuring an international collection of 55 homes that exemplify compact living at its best. The selected residential projects illustrate strategies for building tiny in urban areas that include urban infill, adaptive reuse, transforming and flexible living spaces, and micro-unit buildings. The selection is truly global, including designs from the U.S., Canada, Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Brazil, Mexico, Japan, and more.


Available at National Book Store