A coffee table book is a show of your interests and personality. The things you love to revisit and celebrate. Share with your friends and family the wonder of the things you enjoy through vivid photos and anecdotes written by enthusiasts just like you. Here are some coffee table books that might interest you:
01) The NoMad Cocktail Book
The NoMad is a legendary New York City bar founded at the NoMad Hotel when it opened in 2012. With cocktail expert Leo Robitschek at the helm, his drinks were adored by many, both classic cocktails and unique creations of Roitschek himself. To satisfy the demand of the customers, a larger NoMad bar was opened in 2014, and quickly became a popular destination in New York City.
This book is a compendium of the many drinks the NoMad Bar was known for, with ingredients both common and rare. Get the flare of the NoMad Bar in your home with this cocktail book!
02) Cabin Porn: Inspiration for Your Quiet Place Somewhere
Cabin Porn: Inspiration for Your Quiet Place Somewhere by Steven Leckart is a tranquil escape to rural landscapes. The book was brought about after the creation of the Cabin Porn Tumblr account was created by the authors. The blog had attracted a large following—individuals enraptured by the serenity of the land, so different from their own life.
The book features photos of handmade homes in America and all over the world, as well as advice on how to set up your own outback getaway. This book offers a welcome respite from the chaos of everyday city life.
03) Biblio-Style: How We at Live Home
Biblio-Style: How We Live at Home with Books by Nina Freudenberger, showcases how people live alongside their books in their homes. Whether messy or organized, in piles or in a full-blown home library, this collection of photos is sure to bring euphoria to any bibliophile!
This book also shares wisdom and insight on how to incorporate book storage stylishly into your home. The involved homeowners share their experiences and intimate relationships with their literature. Learn to live comfortably with your books, or just bask in the glory of these home libraries, some of them extremely neat and others wild, and unkempt.
04) Art of Atari
Atari is one of the most memorable names in video games since its conception in the 70s. Atari brought several retro favorites and classics to life such as Pac-Man, Space Invaders, Asteroids, and many others.
Through the lens of author Tim Lapetino, we follow the growth of Atari—the different games, and consoles, the stories of their development, and the art used to bring these games to life.
This book recounts the development in art, and games, as well as the history of the company thoroughly. A heartfelt recount aided by stunning visuals, a must have for any tech nerd.
05) About Time: Celebrating Men’s Watches
About Time: Celebrating Men’s Watches by Ivar Line is a collection, as well as celebration, of high-end men’s wristwatches. A collection of photographs, supplemented with essays and timelines on different watches, whether they be contemporary favorites, or all-time classics.
This book talks about the history of some of these iconic watches, how they were created, the people who owned them, and other stories that you wouldn’t really expect to concern wrist watches. With references to pop culture and the roles of watches in film, TV, and even the moon! All watch enthusiasts understand that a watch is much more than just a watch, and this book honors that sentiment.