As fans, we love finding ways we can subtly incorporate elements of Disney magic in our homes. While home décor pieces and themed rooms are great ways to showcase your love of Disney when you are not on vacation, so many of us want to celebrate Disney magic in less obvious ways. These coffee table books do just that. Coffee table books double as Disney décor pieces and wonderful reads on relaxing days indoors. Take a look at these six Disney coffee table books to add to your living room.
Relive memories of experiencing your favorite attractions with this epic compilation of Disney Parks poster art. This book includes prints of Disneyland attraction posters between the years of 1956 and 2012, making it enjoyable for every generation of Disney fan. It honors the beautiful and timeless attraction posters that are meant to begin telling the story of each Disney Parks attraction before guests have even experienced it, much like movie posters preview films. You’ll have a hard time putting this one down!
If you’ve caught the travel bug and you’re itching to visit every Disney park in the world, this book is for you. It includes 60 years worth of Disney Parks maps, from California’s Disneyland all the way to Shanghai. Study up before your first international Disney adventure: you never know where your imagination will lead you after you get your hands on this coffee table read!
We love learning more about the art of our favorite Disney films, and this book is perfect for every Disney Princess fan. This book includes reimagined illustrations of Disney Princesses from Ariel to Aurora, reincarnated in various mediums. So grab a cup of joe and prop your feet up as you embrace the magic of Disney Princesses come to life in this beautiful edition.
Every Disney movie buff needs this book in their life. Even before a Disney film hits theaters, fans everywhere get a taste of the magic when the film’s poster is released. Flip through this book and enjoy the amazing artwork that goes into publicizing your favorite films.
Mary Blair is a Disney icon and the amazing designer behind the “it’s a small world” attraction at Disneyland. Her art and style are easily recognizable and hard to forget, which is why so many have such an appreciation for her work. This book is as whimsical as Mary herself, with brightly-colored illustrations and stories about Mary’s life and work.
We couldn’t make a list of the best Disney coffee table books without including this epic work by the Imagineers themselves. This book includes tales and anecdotes of how the Disney Imagineers make dreams come true, bring fantasy to life, and give Disney Parks guests magical experiences they never forget.