This guest post about coffee table books is written by Isaly from The Seasonal Pages. Isaly is the owner of a beautiful stationery shop and you can see her bookmarks displayed in photos throughout The Espresso Edition. Check out more of her work on her website and Instagram.
What are some of your favorite coffee table books?
Do you lean more towards fashion and lifestyle when choosing books to display in your home? I have favorites in every genre! June is right around the corner and these 5 coffee table books will bring you so much joy as you display them for the summer season. The titles listed below are some of my personal favorites and I know you will love them too!
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5 Wonderful Coffee Table Books
Humans of New York: Stories
by Brandon Stanton
Genre: Best History
Humans Of New York is a blog and movement that I have been following for years. Brandon Stanton has captured many stories with his photography and short captions from the people he has photographed. His Humans Of New York: Stories book is perfect for a light read but able to tell so much with short stories or captions. I adore this book and it would be perfect for your coffee table. Any reader would enjoy this book!
All In Good Taste
by Kate Spade
I had to add Kate Spade to this list because how can you have a coffee table book list without Kate Spade? I have read quite a few of her lifestyle books and All In Good Taste will bring you a splash of style, how-tos, and great insight into the Kate Spade world. I think you will enjoy this coffee table book if you adore reading lifestyle, and of course, Kate Spade.
Vintage Black Glamour
by Nichelle Gainer
Genre: Lifestyle & Fashion
This adorable coffee table fashion book is not only an Oprah fave — it is one of my favorites as well. I have read quite a few fashion books over the years and this book is a top for me when it comes to Black fashion. You are going to learn about many Black fashion icons throughout many eras.
200 Women: Who Will Change the Way You See the World
by Geoff Blackwell, Ruth Hobday, Sharon Gelman, Marianne Lassandro
Genre: Arts & Photography
Learning about 200 different women’s stories is the perfect read. It gives you empowerment, strength, and courage while reading. I really enjoyed this beautiful book and learned how everyone is a walking story. This book is lengthy but you will forget about the time as you read 200 Women.
Beautifully Organized: A Guide to Function and Style in Your Home
by Nikki Boyd
Nikki Boyd is an author that I try to read more of because of her lifestyle tips. She is able to give you simple changes that you can add to your life – and home, especially. If you are looking to get more organized I highly recommend her book Beautifully Organized: A Guide to Function and Style in Your Home.