Monday, October 16, 2017

Book Review: Haute Bohemians


Haute Bohemians by Miguel Flores-Vianna
Foreword by Amy Astley (Architectural Digest)

Vendome Press has some amazing interior design books hitting the shelves this fall, including this one, Haute Bohemians. The first book of what I'm sure will be many for lifestyle photographer Miguel Flores-Vianna, Haute Bohemians takes the focus off of perfectly styled, new on top of new interior design, and keenly concentrates on the international, artistic, collected and authentic interiors of an extraordinary collection of homes owned by artists, interior designers, fashion designers, architects, and more. 

You're not going to see collections of the newest, hottest trend filling the pages of Haute Bohemians. Nor will you see the same fabrics you've been seeing used over, and over, and over again. They won't be meticulously styled, with dust and wrinkles nowhere in sight. No, the stunning homes featured in the book are true to the motto "Home is where the Heart is", warmly lived in, beautifully curated, and uniquely photographed by the very talented Miguel. 

Take a look: 











With more than 300-pages, in large 10x13 format, this stunning volume is the perfect coffee table book for fall. If you're tired of seeing perfectly coiffed, sterile spaces, I highly suggest taking a look and purchasing your copy via the Amazon link below. True art, and unique points of view exist in the pages of Haute Bohemians. It's a wonderful tribute to the art of home, and a breath of fresh air. Just what I think we all needed!