On My Bookshelf: Fall 2019 Must-Haves

I am legitimately addicted to books and have always been fascinated by them.The thing about addictions is that you always want more, so I am always fascinated to learn which new books are being released that season and it seems that I order a never-ending stream of books online all year round. Luckily, I have plenty of shelves and surfaces in my house to cover with books, although I am starting to run out of room! This fall promises to be quite fruitful in terms of inspiring new books in the design, fashion, and entertaining categories. I am planning to order so many wonderful new titles including a slew of gorgeous, new design books. There are so many titles that will be released this fall that I cannot wait to get my hands on! What will you be reading this fall? The top five books I am most excited about are below along with all of the others I am adding to my wishlist!

{Beige is Not a Color by Carlos Mota: Do you follow Carlos on Instagram? He lives a fabulous life, traveling the world with interesting and stylish people. The former editor has compiled a beautiful tome filled with inspiring images. I had a chance to preview this book at NYNOW while shopping for our store (we will carry this at Paloma & Co) and it is the prettiest book I have seen in a long time. This is a time when you can definitely judge a book by its cover. PS– There is no text in the book, which I found interesting. It is only stunning images.}

 

{On Style: Inspiration and Advice from the New Generation of Interior Design: In his follow-up to Interior Design Master Class, Carl Dellatore turns his curatorial eye toward the next generation of decorators, culling fifty of the top designers working in America today. It is a tremendous honor to be included in the book alongside one of my favorite projects.}

{AD at 100: A Century of Style: This is bound to be a must-have book featuring some of the best design projects from the course of Architectural Digest’s history.}

{More Decorating by Tom Scheerer: I love Scheerer’s fresh approach to enduring interiors. His last book was one of my favorites and his latest tome is one of the new books I am most excited to read.}

{The Adorned Home by Cathy Kincaid: Kincaid is one of the most talented traditionalists working today, creating beautifully layered spaces throughout the country as well as in her hometown of Dallas. This book is sure to be filled with pretty interiors and the most thoughtful design details.}

 


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