Sit back and relax with one of our favorite coffee table books– both new and vintage.
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Lost Balls is a unique and colorful collection of photographs featuring the under-celebrated wayward shot, its landing locale and the unexpected encounters with wildlife on and off the green.
The Garden at Chatsworth is one of those places that everyone should visit at least once. Set among rolling hills deep in the countryside, it was the inspiration of a series of gardeners, dukes, and duchesses over the last four hundred fifty years. Until you can get there for your own visit, enjoy a copy of the book about them signed by the Duchess of Devonshire herself.
Porch Living provides the venue to grasp the goodness of both the home and garden. From the classic furnishings that make porches chic, to the hanging baskets and planters chock-full of seasonal delights, today’s porches offer an addition to the home and garden.
Charleston is a book of gorgeous, black and white photogravure plates depicting the interiors and exteriors of Charleston, South Carolina, with an emphasis on architectural detail.
Founding editor in chief of domino magazine Deborah Needleman has seen all kinds of rooms, with all kinds of furnishings. Her conclusion: It's not hard to create a relaxed, stylish, and comfortable home, a theory that she outlines in The Perfectly Imperfect Home.
My Dog is a charming collection of photographs of man’s best friend. Each picture is guaranteed to warm your heart and bring a smile to her face.