Everyone loves to decorate their home. Make it a special place. But where to start to get inspiration? We have come up with our top seven picks. Ensure that you have read at least three of these interior design books before you start on an interior design project in your house.
UNDECORATE – Christiane Lemieux
Undecorate highlights a no-rules approach to interior designing. And that too with enough proofs. Christiane has featured 20 homes with imperfection in ‘undecorate‘, which but beats most other houses in functionality and design uniqueness. It blends in the owners need and imperfection to create a perfect place. It features the unusual mix-match of interiors thus breaking every conventions of interior designing.
COMPACT HOUSES: 50 Creative Floor Plans for Well-designed Small Homes – Gerald Rowan
As the name suggests, ‘compact houses‘ is a perfect guide to help you make the best utilisation of the entire space that you have. Gerald Rowan comes with ideas which, even if you have a shortage of space, can turn your home into a beautiful one. The book includes both one- and two-floor designs and plans with one to three bedrooms.
The Urban House: Townhouses, Apartments, Lofts, and Other Spaces for City Living – Ron Broadhurst
A fascinating book that has modern designs for homes in various cities across the Globe. The Urban House is a uniquely coherent volume on the best in new residential design. The author wrote this book with the concept of changing needs of modern times in his mind.
Victorian House Style: An Architectural and Interior Design Source Book – Linda Osband
Are you a person who believes in Royal lifestyle? Well then restore those times with the help of this marvellous book by Linda Osband. Victorian House Style has taken each and every corner of your house into consideration and presents with ideas and guidelines to give them a Victorian touch.
Love Your Home :A Beginner’s Guide to Interior Design – Lucy Smith
If you are a newbie to interior designing and want to know the basics, then Love Your Home is the book to grab. Lucy Smith comes up with roadmaps for helping you in the simplest of problems, whether it is choosing your colour scheme or arranging your furniture. This book is a mini pocket guide for everything that you want for your home.
The in-house design handbook – Cathy Fishel
Cathy Fishel comes with 20 years of design experience. And in this is her most famous book. Whether you are a pro or a newcomer in the field, this is an ideal book one can have. The in-house design handbook is full of case-studies and comments from industry experts to help you make better design choices.
Modern Vintage Style – Emily Chalmers
Emily Chalmers hits the bulls eye when it comes to using vintage decor in contemporary houses. With a hip design style, Emily gives guidelines for homeowners who wants to style their home in a bohemian and quirky way, without compromising on the modern requirements.