#Shelfie: Top 10 Coffee Table Books
If you are looking for a new way to spice up your home decor this season, Room 2046 has a collection of aesthetically pleasing books to spark your imagination and accessorize your house. Laying coffee table books on display entertains guests, sparks conversation, and gives your interior design a sophisticated edge. These books can also be arranged on shelves as trendy wall art that will be fitting for your next Instagram post. Read on to discover ten of our favourite engaging and stylish books from Room 2046.
illuminates Murakami's role as a critic of pop culture and a reflection of the global networks of consumerism, interpretation, and exchange. The book features some of the artist’s most celebrated series, including Kaikai Kiki Lots of Faces and Pom and Me.
Building Stories is a 2012 graphic novel by cartoonist Chris Ware, a master of angst, alienation, and sci-fi. The unconventional work is made up of fourteen printed items, including cloth-bound books and newspapers, packaged in a keepsake box. The intricate stories revolve around a female protagonist who wonders if she'll ever move from the rented close quarters of lonely young adulthood to the mortgaged expanse of love and marriage. Whether you’re feeling alone by yourself or alone with someone else, this book is sure to sympathize with feelings of opportunities being missed, dreams being crushed, and life wasting away.
Purple Fashion is a biannual French fashion, art, and culture magazine founded in 1992 as a reaction against the superficial glamour of the 1980s. The Spring Summer 2017 issue is the Sex Fashion Edition, featuring conversation about the dispersal of readily available sexual imagery around the world and how this has impacted fashion photography and design. This issue features model Grace Hartzel, photographer William Eggleston, fashion designer Rick Owens, and other prominent figures in the fashion industry
Chloë Sevigny is a celebration of the eclectic and daring personal style of the effortlessly cool actress and contemporary fashion icon. This book is a chronicle of the evolution of Sevigny’s unique style throughout her career, from a teenage skater girl to award-winning film actress and fashion designer. It features items such as early personal photos of Chloë taken by her high school friends; film stills; and modeling appearances for brands such as Miu Miu and Chloé. Sevigny also shares some of her treasured personal memorabilia, including casting fliers, Polaroids, zines, and pages from her day planners.
through his work as much as within it. Edward Hopper covers the artist's sketches, paintings, illustrations, and prints from his formative years, as well as the creations from his later years.quintessentially American as Jackson Pollock or Andy Warhol, as his imagery impacted on our culture so greatly that we see early twentieth-century America
Advanced Style, written and photographed by Ari Seth Cohen, is a blog-based ode to the confidence, beauty, and fashion of a glamorous life. With contributions by Dita Von Teese, Advanced Style is a collection of street style focused on the over-60 set in the world’s most stylish locales. These timeless images and words of wisdom provide fashion inspiration for all ages and prove that age is nothing but a state of mind.
Product Design, by Alex Milton and Paul Rodgers, offers a broad and comprehensive introduction to the field of product design and the role of designers. Following the stages involved in the creation of a new product, from concept design to marketing, this book explores the diverse nature of the field. With a rich overview of influential design movements and individuals, Product Design encourages the reader to challenge conventions and think about product design in new and exciting ways.
The Book Of Fine Linen is a visual tribute to the world of heirloom household fabrics. Written by Francoise De Bonneville, this book introduces the use, manufacture, embellishments, and care of household textiles. The text is supplemented by a rich selection of paintings, archival photographs, and vintage advertisements, as well as commissioned photography from the collections, private homes, and workshops of leading contemporary manufacturers.