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Last month, we introduced a few inspirational DIY books that can be used to help our readers during their renovations. We’re back again this month with more!

Renovating a home is more difficult for some than others. Should you find yourself stumped, searching for ideas because you have no idea to where to begin -check out our previous post: March Book List: 3 Books to Read for Home Improvement Inspiration and continue reading below for a list of books that should be able to help.

The Holistic Home: Feng Shui for the Mind, Body, Spirit, Space

Author: Laura Benko

Feng shui is a design technique with a foundation  in Chinese philosophy that focuses on how objects and surroundings are connected and interact with their environment.  Basically, how natural light and air contribute to the positive energy in a room.

The Holistic Home: Feng Shui for the Mind, Body, Spirit, Space explores the topic of Feng Shui and offers ways to assist readers with using this method. By the end of this book, interested readers should have an idea of how their home is connected to their energy and begin taking steps toward a holistic environment.

The Four Elements of Design: Interiors Inspired By Earth, Water, Air and Fire

Author: Vicente Wolf and Margaret Russell

Staying along the lines of the previously mentioned book, The Four Elements of Design: Interiors Inspired By Earth, Water, Air and Fire, shares ideas on how we can bring the natural elements of earth, water, air, and fire from the outside and into our homes.

The Nesting Place: It Doesn’t Have to Be Perfect to be Beautiful

Author: Myquillyn Smith

Contrary to popular belief, it is neither necessary nor easy to live in a home that does not reflect your daily family life. This book by author, Myquillyn Smith,  features the practical solutions on ways to include your family dynamic in your decorating goal