In addition to all the trinkets, candles and florals you adorn your coffee table with, books are a must. Whether you plan on actually cracking them open or just adding some color to your tabletop, these 23 coffee table books will not disappoint.
This gorgeously rendered book serves as a retrospective on the influential work of the late Zaha Hadid. The architect passed away in 2016, but will be remembered for decades to come as one of the most influential and eminent architects of her age.
$51, Images Publishing
The nearly-25-year-old wunderkind photographer Petra Collins releases her first monograph, taking a look back at the dreamy images she's create over her decade-long career.
Step inside over 30 of most colorful homes. Amidst the fabulous photography, designers give their tips on creating warm, inviting rooms in every hue.
$42, Clinton Smith
Discover the 65-year history of Dior's perfume line.
$115, Chandler Burr
With principal photography by Inez and Vinoodh, Mary Helen Bower's gorgeous tome explores the grace and athleticism of her signature Ballet Beautiful exercises.
This book pulls back the curtain on some of the world's top interior, furniture and product designers with a look inside their homes.
$34, Dominic Bradbury
Keep this book of Tom Britt's vibrant room designs on hand for when you are inspired to start a colorful redesign.
Celebrating 250 years as one of the world's most important and prestigious luxury houses, this book explores the history of Baccarat and their most important crystal works.
Get your hands on Andy Warhol's illustration portfolio. These seven books, five of which have never been republished, reveal the artist’s off-the-wall character and his accomplished draftsmanship.
This catalogue tells the story of the Comme des Garçons exhibit at the Met's costume institute, which explores designer Rei Kawakubo's influential designs.
$50, Andrew Bolton
This monograph, written by the designer's son, celebrates Piero Fornasetti's wide range of whimsical and elegant designs.
Find out how Martyn Laurence Bullard, Celerie Kemble, Vicente Wolf and more live at home and give their point of view on gracious living.
$31, Ronda Rice Carman
In the second book by interior designer Victoria Hagan, “the reigning queen of restrained elegance”, shows us her philosophy on good taste through her luxurious designs.
$34, Victoria Hagan and David Colman
A perfect coffee table book for the ultimate hostess, you will learn much more than how to set a table in this step-by-step guide to entertaining.
Diane Keaton's latest book is a style guide and a how-to volume on creating one’s home one Pinterest board at a time.
$50, Diane Keaton
Take a look into 140 of Milan's most stunning entryways, which showcase the works of some of the city’s most illustrious architects and designers.
$53, Karl Kolbitz and
Polly Devlin's new book captures the glamour of small space living by peeking inside the homes of some of the city's most fascinating personalities.
$23, Polly Devlin
This all-encompassing book of Ibiza culture explores the famed city's interiors, visitors and natural landscape.
$85, Renu Kashyap and Maya Boyd.
Pay homage to the return of raw materials with In The Rough, which brings together new artisans in modern design, with a passion for brute materials, in a single stunning volume.
Explore your home through color with this coffee table book from Pantone, which provides visual inspiration and key color direction for home furnishings.
Explore some of the worlds greatest destinations through the lens of your favorite celebrities and influencers like Jason Wu and Kate Moss in this Coffee Table book by Condé Nast Traveler.
$85, Condé Nast Traveler
Keep this coffee table book handy for stylish hostess tips from Kate Spade.
$28, Kate Spade New York
This book on the Danish lifestyle of hygge will keep you cozy all year long.
$14, Meik Wiking
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