To celebrate World Book Day our creatives at Inko have selected their favourite coffee table books to use within their schemes. From books that will make your coffee table pop to literacy classics, there's a book for everyone.
"This is one of my favourite coffee table book to use when styling a property, Its vibrant tangerine colour, bold black typography and luxury brand makes it stand out within an interior pallet. Inside the book, it is a world of luxury fashion couture: the Louis Vuitton brand. This definitive publication opens with a concise history of the house, followed by brief biographical profiles of Marc Jacobs, the first creative director 1998-2014, and Nicolas Ghesquiere, who helms the brand today, before exploring the collections themselves, organized chronologically. Each collection is introduced by a short text unveiling its influences and highlights, and illustrated with carefully curated catwalk images."
"This book is great to look at from the outside but inside it bursts with some amazing interior photography, the simplicity of the front cover makes it a great book to use for styling. The Monochrome Home book demonstrates that a neutral palette is always popular and eternally chic. Inspired by the Scandinavian aesthetic of effortless, elegant interiors in mainly monochrome tones, capturing a timeless quality."
"My favourite coffee table book! As it adds a flash of stand out colour to any room."
"My Favourite coffee table book is ‘The Secret Lives of Colour’ by Kassia St Clair. This book is the perfect accessory for bold interiors as it compliments every palette with its spotty cover. As well as being an interesting read, it dives into the theory behind the colour wheel and explores what colour is and how to use it. It explains the story behind every colour and how it can affect people’s moods."
"The luxe take on these literacy classics make for perfect coffee table books as they give you something to get stuck into and read, as well as looking fantastic on a coffee table. The gold foiling really reflect the light and catch your eye when you walk into the room."