My Coffee Table Book Collection

August 5, 2021

Chic Coffee Table Books | My Coffee Table Book Collection

Oftentimes when I post vignettes around my home I get DMs asking for details around the coffee table books in my apartment so today I am sharing the collection I have amassed. Plus – read on for the books I’m planning to pick up next!

My Coffee Table Book Collection

I think coffee table books are such a fun way to show off your personality and your personal interests and they are a great way to add visual layers and fill space. Over the years I have collected a variety related to fashion, Paris and interiors and I love perusing them but also using them for decorative purposes.

Chic Coffee Table Books

wit & whimsy Apartment Tour

Chanel Catwalk

Tom Ford

New York

Maison: Parisian Chic at Home

Paris Chic

Provence Style

She

Vogue and The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute: Parties, Exhibitions, People

Hotel Chic at Home

In Vogue: An Illustrated History of the World’s Most Famous Fashion Magazine

Parisian Interiors

Chanel: Collections and Creations

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Do you have a favorite coffee table book or one that you would recommend?

I also just bought this Architectural Digest at 100 book and next on my list is the Dior: The Collections book and this darling set of mini fashion books.

 

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2 comments on “My Coffee Table Book Collection”

  1. I love coffee table books! The ones on my coffee table currently are:
    1. “View from My Window” – this is a collection of photographs posted in the “View from my window” facebook group during the pandemic lockdown. They collated some of the best and published a book – it’s a lovely reminder to me of how we stayed connected when the world stopped.
    2. “Epic Bike Rides of the World” – two girlfriends and I have done bike trips through Europe together, and one of them gave me this book as a birthday gift.
    3. “Hold: A portrait of our nation in 2020”, which was a UK photo project spearheaded by Duchess Kate during the pandemic.
    4. My son’s Astrophysics PhD dissertation, entitled “The Photoevaporation of Hot Jupiters and its Observational Consequences”

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