An Affair With a House

Let’s face it. When it comes to decorating, there are places you can save and places that you must spend. The tables in your home are likely going to be something you splurge on, as you’ll probably keep them for years. But the items on the tabletop? Why spend more than you must?

One of our favorite ways to incorporate great style into the flat surfaces in your house is beautiful coffee table books. Not only do they look fabulous, but they are also a pleasure for you or your guests to browse through, and an even better place for you to get 
design inspiration.

An Affair with a House the Porches

There are thousands of great coffee table books out there, but there is only one An Affair With a House. The classic home book, featuring renowned designer Bunny Williams’ 18th-century Connecticut home, is second to none. If you are only going to buy one book, this is the one. While her taste is impeccable, her designs are still approachable, classic and attainable — even for someone on a budget.

An Affair With A House Library

Bunny’s library, for example, is elegant but livable at the same time. You can tell she actually sits on that couch and reads the books in those shelves.
An Affair With a House Pool House

The pool houses is one of our favorite spots in the Williams’ home. Can’t you just picture lying on one of those chaises sipping a mint julep?

We bought ours on Amazon and look at it all the time. So can you!