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Coffee Table Books as Decor

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coffee-table-books-for-your-living-room-decorAccessorize Your Coffee Table With a Coffee Table Book That Reflects and Inspires Your Passions.

More than the name implies, coffee tables are a decorative focal point drawing attention to the center of your living room. The design of a coffee table itself can make an aesthetic statement as well as the accents placed on top. Complementing pillar candles, an ornamental centerpiece and coasters, coffee table books are a perfect addition to your living room space.

“100 Cities of the World: A Journey Through the Most Fascinating Cities Around the Globe”

For a quick mental getaway or to plan your next international jaunt, this international cities book is a gateway for visual escapes and urban learning. Setting the book on your coffee table is a constant reminder that our world consists of such diverse culture, rich history and beautiful natural imagery. From the historic architecture of Vilnius, Lithuania, and the eternal city of Rome, Italy, to the ancient culture of Athens, Greece, and the bustling city of Marseille, France, “100 Cities of the World” is a page-by-page journey from one end of the world to another.

“Vanity Fair's Proust Questionnaire: 101 Luminaries Ponder Love, Death, Happiness and the Meaning Of Life”

Vanity Fair compiles its most prominent and illustrious luminaries from its countless magazine issues into a book of personal candidness and revelations. Vanity Fair refers to the Proust Questionnaire as a 19-century parlor game popularized by French essayist and novelist Marcel Proust. The Vanity Fair book highlights honest answers to questions about love, death and life from celebrated individuals such as Martin Scorsese, Diane von Furstenberg, Arthur Miller and Gore Vidal.

“100 Interiors Around the World”

The two hardcover book set includes 720 pages of colorful eye candy of interior spaces and design inspiration. With a turn of each page, beautifully decorated spaces and unique perspectives on design are catalogued to impress and inspire. This interior design book features stunning photographs and design details of authentic rural dwellings and metropolitan spaces from across the globe. Over a cup of coffee during a moment of relaxation, “100 Interiors Around the World” is the perfect picture book for stimulating the creative senses and indulging in visual design ideas from worldwide cultures.

“Fifty Fashion Looks That Changed the 1960s”

Any fashionista who’s enamored by the glitz and glam of the 1960s decade will find this fashion book to be the perfect complement for a room designed with style. “Fifty Fashion Looks that Changed the 1960s” is described as a “visual exploration” that “captures influential looks” from the biggest style icons of the decade. Paula Reed provides fashionable insight and inspiration for the trendsetting gal who loves a vintage and contemporary look. Adorn your coffee table with this style reference and flip through the pages while sipping a glass of white wine and finding new style ideas to introduce to your wardrobe.

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