THE TOP 5 WAYS TO STYLE YOUR COFFEE TABLE BOOKS IN YOUR HOME
November 02, 2021
OUR FAVOURITE WAYS TO STYLE COFFEE TABLE BOOKS
When it comes to styling books in your home coffee table books are the fan favourite thanks to their size and varying cover options. Adding a coffee table book to a space allows you to incorporate a bit of your personality into the space without it being obvious like a photo framed photo of you. Coffee table books can be used in practically every room of your home. They provide inspiration through the content within, and also work to add height to the space they are displayed on, especially if they are stacked.
When it comes to styling your coffee table books, the possibilities are truly endless. However, if you are looking for some inspiration on where to start, follow our guide to our top 5 ways to style coffee table books.
1 ON THE COFFEE TABLE
The coffee table is the first-choice destination when it comes to styling your coffee table books. A great way to style your coffee table books is to stack them up to bring some height to the table and create a focal point on the table that draws the eye. Another interesting way to display your coffee table books on your coffee table is to leave one books open on a page that particular captures your attention or that you love the most, this will intrigue people and encourage them to flip through the coffee table books.
2 ON A BOOKCASE OR CABINET
While it may seem like an obvious styling tip, decorating your bookcase or cabinet with coffee table books is a great way for creating a designated space where your favourite books are all in one place. You can get creative when styling coffee table books in a cabinet or bookcase by grouping them according to either the author, colour, size and many other categories. A great designer tip is to incorporate some décor pieces and ornaments throughout the bookcase or cabinet so that you create a whole complete look.
3 YOUR BEDSIDE TABLES OR CHEST OF DRAWERS
Create a stack of coffee table books on your bedside table to bring interest and dimension to an otherwise simple space. If you have a large enough bedside pedestal, try styling a lamp or candle on top of the book stack to create different levels and visual interest.
4 ON YOUR HALLWAY TABLE
Your hallway table is the perfect place to create a grouping of your favourite pieces. We recommend styling a few big designer books as they are often on the larger side and so will make a bigger statement on your entryway table. Try choosing coffee table books that feature similar or complementary colours of your homes colour palette to ensure that the design is cohesive.
5 ON A SIDE TABLE
Coffee table books are not exclusively reserved for the coffee table, they can also be styled on side tables in your living room or reading nook. We love to style a few coffee table books stacked on top of each other on a side table with a candle, vase or ornament included to complete the styling setup.
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