Fall 2015 Decorating Books

Friday, October 16, 2015

This fall is one of the most exciting seasons for decorating books that I can recall. So many decorators and stylists whom I admire have had books published that I can't decide which titles to spend my leisure book budget upon. Here are a few of the new books that I have my eye on:

Life | Style: Elegant Simplicity at Home by Tricia Foley
I've long-admired editor and stylist Tricia Foley's simple, clean aesthetic, and while I'll never probably embrace the white-on-white-on-white look as fully as Foley, I love to dream of an "elegantly simple" home.

Styled: Secrets for Arranging Rooms from Tabletops to Bookshelves by Emily Henderson
Everybody's favorite home blogger finally has a book out. Beyond the excitement I share with everyone for Emily Henderson's first tome, I am particularly excited by this title because it was produced with two of my favorite work pals: stylist Scott Horne and photographer David Tsay.

Habitat: The Field Guide to Decorating by Lauren Liess
From my first encounter with Lauren Liess's blog, I have loved her earthy-yet-simple vibe. (I also love that she seems like a real and relatable working mom.) I can't wait to see a full book of her interiors.

In Pursuit of Beauty by Timothy Whealon
Timothy Whealon came onto my radar this summer when his amazing apartment was featured in ELLE DECOR. When I heard he had a book coming out this fall, I immediately bookmarked it for my to-read list.
Carrier and Company Positively Chic Interiors by Jessie Carrier and Mara Miller
I met Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller last spring when I wrote about their Kips Bay Decorators' Show House room for Curbed.com, and I have been a huge fan of their work every since (I've pinned dozens of images from their portfolio to my inspiration boards online). 

Cabin Porn by Zach Klein
I'm apparently the last one to know about the Cabin Porn Tumblr. I read about the site and the book in the New York Times a few weeks back (the article is worth a read!), and decided I was very curious to see the book that was born out of the site. 



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