We’ve rounded up forthcoming and recent book releases we look forward to adding to our libraries. Take a look!
1 Pennsylvania-based designer Betsy Wentz’s first book, Design Happy: Colorful Homes for the Modern Family, is an inspiring take on practical solutions for casual, comfortable living, complete with design lessons and pro tips. Available February 21 from Gibbs Smith.
2 Now based on the West Coast, New Orleans native Suzanne Rheinstein still calls on Southern influence throughout her design, which is evident in the projects photographed for her third book, Suzanne Rheinstein: Welcoming Elegance. Available March 21 from Rizzoli.
3 The Joy of Home is Alabama interior designer Ashley Gilbreath’s first book. Readers are invited to tour homes across the South, including Gilbreath’s own beach house, to soak in the designer’s fresh take on traditional design. Available April 17 from Gibbs Smith.
4 Charm School: The Schumacher Guide to Traditional Decorating for Today is a handbook for all who live for the quintessential design brand’s fabric and wallpaper patterns. The tome showcases more than 250 rooms from iconic names such as Mario Buatta and Sister Parish. Available March 8 from The Monacelli Press.
5 McAlpine: Romantic Modernism explores the marriage of architecture, interiors, and landscape design through work by Bobby McAlpine’s acclaimed firm, which has offices in Atlanta, Montgomery, Nashville, and New York City. This is McAlpine’s fourth book. Available April 4 from Rizzoli.
6 In Arranging Things, New York stylist Colin King and editor Sam Cochran team up to offer insights about composing vignettes, styling bookshelves, and working within scale, palette, texture, and proportion. Available March 14 from Rizzoli.
What new interior design books are on your list? Let us know!