A home is never complete without a solid rotation of coffee table books. Part literary, part visual and most certainly object d’art, there’s a coffee table for every possible interest. Whether you want to get lost in Burberry’s history or flick through Nadia Lee Cohen’s physical prosthetic and object-based transformation through her own lens, these coffee table books are as entertaining as they are visually striking, serving as a conversation starter both introspectively and with your guests.
WONDERLAND BY ANNIE LEIBOVITZ – £69.95 / $86 (APPROX.)
TATTOO 1730S–1970S: HENK SCHIFFMACHER’S PRIVATE COLLECTION BY TASCHEN – £200 / $180
HELMUT NEWTON SUMO 20TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION – £135 / $120
MOUTH FULL OF GOLDS BY LYLE LINDGREN AND EDDIE PLEIN – £65 / $80 (APPROX.)
MERT ALAS AND MARCUS PIGGOTT – £80 / $98 (APPROX.)