Although Pinterest does a good job of keeping us inspired when it comes to interiors with a vast variety of beautiful imagery, must-have style and cute and quirky DIYs, it doesn’t beat lounging on the sofa on a Sunday afternoon flicking through a nice and heavy interior design coffee book. In my opinion it will be a long while until books with stunning photography and in-depth expert advice on how to achieve elegant interiors will be made redundant by social networks. There is just nothing quite like it.
Here is a small collection of bohemian inspired interior design books to inspire you by.
Pale & Interesting
Decorating with Whites, Pastels and Neutrals for a Warm and Welcoming Home
This interior design book on making the most of your lightly coloured rooms is written by interior stylist Atlanta Bartlett and designer Dave Coote. They celebrate keeping it simple, which makes the book packed with easy to create, easy living space. With this book you learn how to create light and airy rooms with texture to keep it interesting. This book is perfect if you live in a seaside town such as Brighton or St Ives and are looking for a bit of inspiration to make the most of your space. Get it here.
A World of Colour & Interiors
In this book by interior stylist and author Sibella Court, you’re taken around the globe and are exposed to an array of different culture’s interiors, colours and decor. Sibella shows you how to collect and hoard all these wonderful and marvellous things you can accuminate while on your travels, with fantastic display ideas to exhibit your souvenirs at home. Get it here.
Through the French Door
Romantic interiors inspired by classic French style by Carolyn Westbrook
What I love about this sort of interior design style is how well plants and nature are mixed within the home. Bringing in palm trees into the lounge instantly gives it a bohemian edge, especially if they are planted in old dusty ceramic pots or plant pots with a fun and colourful glaze. Get it here.
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