Above: An image from Nomad: A Global Approach to Interior Style (Chronicle Books), the latest book from Australian designer Sibella Court. During her 20-year career, Court has traveled the world, collecting indigenous textiles and handcrafted objects, and finding ways to incorporate them into interior spaces.
Above: Nomad: A Global Approach to Interior Style is $25.64 from Amazon.
Above: For those who love a good DIY project, Mark and Sally Bailey are full of ideas. In their latest book, Handmade Home (Ryland Peters & Small), the couple offers advice on how to bring handcrafted pieces such as ceramics, textiles, and art into the home to create a distinctive environment reflecting the interests of the inhabitants. Above R: From the book, an image of a paint-spattered cabinet by Leslie Oschmann of Swarm. “This wouldn’t be difficult to recreate if you’re feeling brave,” says Sarah Bailey; Handmade Home is $19.77 at Amazon.
Above: London journalist Caroline Clifton-Mogg shows how to create a sanctuary for work in even the smallest of nooks in her new book A Space of My Own (Ryland Peters & Small). Clifton-Mogg showcases a number of design solutions, ranging from whole rooms to desks tucked under stairs.
For more inspiring home design reads, Remodelista recommends: Unclutter Your Life in One Week by Erin Rooney Doland; The Right Color by Eve Ashcraft; and Books Do Furnish a Room by Leslie Geddes-Brown.