BIPOC Coffee Table Books
There is something so revealing about the coffee table books you choose to house in your home. Offering a window into your soul, your passions, inspirations, and more. For some, this may not be the case and coffee table books are chosen based on their color schemes and how they perfectly accent your space when displayed. Either way, we’re with you. We love a good coffee table book and a killer cover is essential when planning to display it, however, the contents within are just as, if not more important.
Juliana Oliveira, principal designer of Beyond ID, recently had the honor of sharing a list of some of her We were inspired by the suggestions from our industry peers and wanted to share BEYOND id’s extended list, compiling some of Juliana’s top picks of coffee table books and elevating these extraordinary BIPOC authors.
“I love the colors and layers of the images—each bringing so much depth. When you flip through the book, it’s full of culture, authentic beauty, and pride. It’s also an ideal size for stacking when it comes to accessorizing coffee tables and bookshelves.”