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Curl Up With a Great (Apartment) Book


Best Apartment BooksAs the weather turns cooler and we start heading back indoors, it seems like the perfect time to curl up with a good book. There are a number of great books out now that can help you transform your apartment into a dream living area, even if your space is limited. Today, our team at Rachuba is highlighting our favorite apartment decorating guides that will give you something good to read and some design inspiration to help you transform your home.
  1. Small Space Decorating by Better Homes & Gardens helps you create space where you thought there was none. Maximize your space stylishly with creative and decorative ways to organize your belongings. 
  2. Apartment Therapy by Maxwell Ryan and Janel Laban offers apartment-specific decorating and design advice, just like their informative and inspirational website.  Learn how to create a cohesive look throughout your apartment or townhome that will look like you hired a professional interior decorator.
  3. Homebody is the hit design book created by famed designer, Joanna Gaines. Homebody is divided into chapters by room so you can easily envision and design your apartment, room by room. Take a look inside a variety of homes and learn how to create your own unique style to be tastefully showcased within your apartment.
  4. The New Bohemians Handbook: Come Home to Good Vibes is the boho guide to DIY. If you love a variety of eclectic designs and maximalist design, this is the book to help you harness bright, colorful designs into a beautiful, coordinated look in your home.
  5. Styled: Secrets for Arranging Rooms, from Tabletops to Bookshelves by Emily Henderson helps you get your furniture and decorative objects situated in ways that don’t look cluttered or haphazard. Give your home a new look without spending a ton of money with her creative arrangement techniques.
  6. Amazing Furniture Makeovers by Jen Crider helps you upcycle your existing furniture or secondhand fines into works of art and conversation pieces, even teaching you how to make minor repairs to broken furniture.

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