‘Tis the season for exciting new reads for design lovers. Pour yourself a cup of coffee (or tea) and curl up with one of these tomes.
JEREMIAH: INSPIRED INTERIORS
For nearly seven decades, Jeremiah Goodman’s evocative brushstrokes beautifully captured the mood of some of America’s best interior spaces. This volume showcases some of his captivating work, in watercolor and gouache, which chronicles the homes of luminaries in the worlds of fashion and design, among others. powerhousebooks.com
RYAN KORBAN INTERIORS
A master of creating modern interiors for the 21st century, New York-based Ryan Korban is a go-to designer for prominent figures in fashion, music and film. His new monograph explores some of his most inspiring projects, from Upper East Side boutiques to Alexander Wang’s Manhattan apartment, some never before published. The publication–which explores topics like color, materials and architecture–includes photos accompanied by Korban’s insights into his fresh, innovative approach to design. rizzoliusa.com
NEW YORK SPLENDOR: THE CITY’S MOST MEMORABLE ROOMS
Peek into some of New York’s most dazzling residential interiors–from Brooke Astor’s elegant library and Gloria Vanderbilt’s patchwork bedroom to a penthouse designed by Peter Marino–courtesy of this tour by architecture journalist Wendy Moonan. From opulent to clean and modern, this book showcases work by several eminent architects and designers including Mario Buatta, Albert Hadley, Philip Johnson and others. rizzoliusa.com