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4 Best Books To Read To learn About Interior Design

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Whatever your knowledge of interior design, these books are sure to leave you inspired. Each of the interior design books on this list is suggested by a Fupping contributor with knowledge or expertise in the field.

#1 Decorating Without Fear by Sharon Hanby-Robie

Decorating Without Fear helps you identify personality by color scheme and design. This book will walk you through what makes your perfect home the perfect home for you, and allow you to see things three-dimensionally. With this book as your guide being creative can feel effortless.

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Contributors: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

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#2 Love Your Home by Lucy Smith

Love Your Home starts with the basics of interior design and acts as a good introduction to the subject. Smith’s book is designed to help get all the details right, from creating your first mood board to how to choose a color scheme.

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Contributors: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

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#3 Living Modern by Richard Powers and Phyllis Richardson

Modern design is more than being modernist, it’s about style and modern design. Living modern is the perfect book to grab is you’re looking for inspirational design ideas or just inspiration.

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Contributors: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

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#4 Design of the 20th Century by Charlotte & Peter Fiell

This is a fantastic reference to not only the furniture of the 20th century but also the design, inspiration, and personalities behind those pieces. Understanding the foundations of 20th century furniture has helped me translate those principles into my own, 21st century projects.

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Contributors: John from Linden MirrorCoop

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