The perfect gift, companion on a rainy day or source of inspiration, books are wonderful for all of these things which is why we’ve picked the best of the bunch for you to choose from at Turner and Lane.
Here are some of our current favourite reads…
A wonderful book of inspiration for those of us lucky enough to be by the ocean. Coastal living features laid back interiors divided into four categories; classic, contemporary, casual and country. Interspersed between the stunning photography are seafood recipes and stories about coastal lifestyle.
Alimentari – Salads and other classics from a little deli that grew
A cook book of delicious Mediterranean and Middle Eastern flavoured foods, from wholesome salads to hearty meals for the family. Alimentari means ‘good food and camaraderie’, something that perfectly describes the renowned café where it all started.
Hetty Mckinnon’s Community cook book featured a beautiful array of salads and simple dishes, Neighbourhood takes this further, featuring once again fresh, seasonal salads and also introducing sweet nibbles. Inspired by travels from Brooklyn to the greater Americas, the Mediterranean, Asia, France, Australia and more.
Melbourne – A city of villages
A historical tour of Melbourne which explores the city most of us know and love, in a way that brings the past and present together. With old photographs and fascinating facts this book is perfect for those who’ve lived here all their life, or the curious visitor who wants to know more.
Advanced Style – older and wiser
A follow up to best-selling Advanced Style, photographer Ari Seth Cohen once again captures the best of senior style from across the globe, this time also featuring some very well dressed gentlemen.
And something for the kids!
Melbourne Word by Word
This beautiful children’s book uses iconic Melbourne landmarks and symbols to teach young ones about the wonderful city and to help learn literacy skills.
One is Not a Pair
This gorgeously illustrated book is a fun spotting and matching game to keep the little ones entertained searching for the odd one out.