Spring Design Book Roundup

Even though it’s still technically winter, the publishing industry has its sights set on spring. I love this time of year because I can look forward to all of the upcoming new spring design books. Here are a few must-haves on my radar!

The Art of Place, Lee Ledbetter Architure and Interiors; Edited by Mayer Rus; Rizzoli.

The Art of Place, Lee Ledbetter Architure and Interiors; Edited by Mayer Rus; Rizzoli.

This is the first book from Lee Ledbetter and I can’t wait to review all of the New Orleans designer’s gorgeous interiors.

Tasty: Interiors for Restaurants and Bars, Edited by Laura Navarro; Images Publishing Dist Ac.

Tasty: Interiors for Restaurants and Bars, Edited by Laura Navarro; Images Publishing Dist Ac.

I’ve talked before about how much inspiration I get from restaurant and boutique hotel design, so this book is at the top of my list.

California Moderne and the Mid-Century Dream, The Arcitecture of Edward H. Fickett; Richard Rappaport; Rizzoli.

California Moderne and the Mid-Century Dream, The Arcitecture of Edward H. Fickett; Richard Rappaport; Rizzoli.

This look at the architect who started a major movement that’s still popular today is a gorgeous homage to midcentury design.

Everyday Decorating, Jeffrey Bilhuber; Rizzoli.

Everyday Decorating, Jeffrey Bilhuber; Rizzoli.

This book offers an interesting take on decorating, defining how to create the right mood in your home through interior design!

Emily Summers, Distinctly Modern Interiors; Rizzoli.

Emily Summers, Distinctly Modern Interiors; Rizzoli.

Another first-time book, this one by an AD 100 designer with a modern outlook.

Can’t wait to get my hands on these! Is there anything else that should be on my reading list?  Please let me know in the comments - you can never have too many design books!

Warmly, 

Beth