My Top Coffee Table Books
We love having a great book around when savouring a fresh cup of coffee. It’s one of those things a lot us look forward to. I personally love going through coffee table books with my friends. I just have one rule; don’t spill coffee on the book! A coffee table book is typically big, hard covered and full of beautiful images that lead to great inspiration. Here are my favourite coffee table books, share with us which ones you like.
The Maple Leaf Forever: A Celebration of Canadian Symbols
by Donna and Nigel Hutchins, with photography by Matthew Beverly
This beautiful book is dedicated in celebrating Canada and its heroes. It’s a memorabilia of anything Canadian, from animals, lakes, RCMP, hockey and politics. As you go through each page, sipping on your Van Houtte coffee, you feel the pride of being part of this wonderful country. A must have for any Canadian.
100 More of the World's Best Houses
by Robyn Beaver
This book covers some of the most beautiful homes in the world! Each page is a dream. You can almost see yourself sipping on your coffee in the brilliantly photographed homes.
A Beautiful Game: The World’s Greatest Players and How Soccer Changed Their Lives by Tom Watt
If you like soccer, this book is a must. It tells the story of the world’s greatest soccer players. It explains their past, where they came from, and how they became great. The images are inspiring and it’s great for the whole family.
Any kind of Atlas works. I love looking through all the countries, oceans, cities, islands. A coffee table book is an escape sometimes, and what better than detailed images of the world and all its intricacies.