Perhaps one of the easiest ways to add some warmth or pop of color to your home is in the form of a beautiful book, which is why we’re bringing you the top ten coffee table books sure to delight you and your guests.

A combination of decoration, conversation piece, and knowledge, a stunning book is a must for any proper living room. Since there’s quite the selection to choose from, we did the work for you to find you the chicest books you would want to showcase.


Rebecca Atwood: Living with Pattern: Color, Texture, and Print at Home


You like: color, home design, and being creative. This book is all about: color, home designs and being creative. We’re sensing a pattern...Interior design book. This shows patterns used all over the country.


Kate Spade New York: All in Good Taste


Throw those old, outdated entertaining rules out the door with the help of Kate Spade and this stylish, inspirational book filled with personal essays, how-tos, recipes, and more for the modern, feminist hostess. Guidelines of how to be a better hostess. Includes recipes, How-tos, and personal essays.


Grace Bonney: In the Company of Women: Inspiration and Advice from over 100 Makers, Artists, and Entrepreneurs


There have been fewer more important times to celebrate inspirational women. Photographs of women in their workplaces and at home. Fill your life and your soul with over 100 female makers, artists and entrepreneurs with this incredible book.Includes interviews with 100+ female entrepreneurs.
   
Nichole Robertson: Paris in Color


Tour the world’s most romantic city in full color with this book filled with pictures of the distinctive details of Paris, all arranged by color. Photographs of Paris, arranged by color.


Emily Henderson: Styled: Secrets for Arranging Rooms, from Tabletops to Bookshelves


There’s decorating, and then there’s styling. Concerned with the latter (which takes much less time), you can transform your home with more than 1,000 unique styling tips. Ideas for how to recreate a space or create a whole new look. Interior designer Emily Henderson is known for her show on HGTV.


Dodie Kazanjian: Vogue: The Covers


Perfect for a true fashionista, this book has more than 300 of Vogue’s most iconic and industry-changing covers since their inception in 1892. Images of Vogue’s covers since it’s inception in 1892 until present day. Demonstrates the evolution of fashion and culture for the past 120 years.


Andrew Bolton: Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty


Designer and influencer Alexander McQueen has been pushing the boundaries of how we think about and view race, class, sexuality religion and the environment his entire career, and this showcases a collection of his work. Features McQueen’s most iconic and radical designs

Gray Malin: Beaches


Shot from doorless helicopters high above the world’s most famous beaches, this wanderlust-inspiring book features the work of famed elite Hollywood photographer, Gray Malin. Photographs shot from doorless helicopters. Features over twenty cities. Awesome to read.

Stephanie Mark: The Coveteur: Private Spaces, Personal Style


Based on the popular site, you’ll get unique access to celebrity closets and homes for a uniquely intimate look into the most private spaces of famous faces. Based on the popular fashion website, The Coveteur. Provides insight into celebrities’ homes and clothes.

Graydon Carter: Vanity Fair: The Portraits: A Century of Iconic Images


Vanity Fair has been taking stunning photos of fascinating people for over 95 years, and this is the ultimate collection of those images. Photographs of Pablo Picasso, Amelia Earhart, and many more. From Pablo Picasso to Elizabeth Taylor, you can see them all. Includes 300 portraits from Vanity Fair’s 95-year history.

Our picks span a wide variety of subjects and people, so you’ll be sure to find the right one for your home. From everything such as a giant book filled with inspiring women to photographs of Paris ground by color, your new favorite coffee table book is on this list.