Home Decorating Books that I Love

Home Decorating Books that I Love

I’ve rounded up a few of my favorite home decorating books. Not only do they have amazing decorating advice and lots of photos of beautiful interiors, but they look great on the coffee table, too. What books are you enjoying now? I would love to know! 

Home Decorating Books 

1. Home Body by Joanna Gaines 

Homebody: A Guide to Creating Spaces you Never Want to Leave 

Joanna, the queen of decorating, has created a wonderful guide to encourage you to find your style.  The book includes inspiration from different styles of homes that she has designed on Fixer Upper, including traditional, rustic, modern, farmhouse, industrial and boho. 


2. Divinely Designed by Sarah Martin

Divinely Designed: A Beautiful and Functional Home

Sarah shares the beautiful homes that she and her husband design and build together. In addition, Sarah tells stories about faith, family and motherhood. She encourages us to find beauty even in the chaos. 


3. Cozy White Cottage by Liz Marie Galvan 

Cozy White Cottage: 100 Ways to Love the Feeling of Being Home 

I love Liz Marie’s neutral farmhouse inspired style. It’s a beautiful mix of vintage and repurposed DIYs; plus warm wood tones and creamy whites. I have followed Liz Marie’s home decor and DIY blog for years, and was happy to meet her at Silobration in 2018.  It’s exciting to see her work in print. 


4. But Where Do I put the Couch by KariAnne Woods and Melissa Michaels 

But Where Do I Put the Couch & Answers to 100 Other Home Decorating Questions 

KariAnne is one of my favorite bloggers and has written four other home decorating books.  In this book, she teams up with another popular home decor blogger to answer some of the most asked decorating questions.  I love that they provide beautiful, and very doable, examples from their own homes. Their style is very attainable and family friendly. 


Not a book, but a planner that I love! 

5. Grounded & Joy Fueled Planner by Regina 

Grounded & Joy Fueled Planner 

The reason that I love this planner is that there is lots of room to write. There is a monthly and daily schedule to prompts for prayers, daily gratitude, goals, appointments, lists and more… 


Thanks for stopping by the blog today to find out what home decorating books that I am reading! 


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