I got three: Design*Sponge at Home, The Perfectly Imperfect Home: How to Decorate and Live Well, and Domino: Book of Decorating: A Room-by-Room Guide to Creating a Home That Makes You Happy.
I have only perused a few pages of each so far but I am struck by the amount of inspiration I have already received by them. Many, many posts will stem from these books, I'm sure!
And here is one to start -- The Perfectly Imperfect Home: How to Decorate and Live Well is unique in that all images in the book (furnishings, rooms, even patterns) are watercolors. Illustrated by the talented Virginia Johnson, these depictions of popular fabrics are my favorites:
The watercolor illustrations turn these fabric patterns into more fabulous works of art. The last one shown with its inspirational quote is my favorite...and someday soon will be framed and placed on my future gallery wall.
Virigina Johnson's watercolors are from these existing fabrics (shown from top to bottom):
John Stefanidis's Zanzibar fabric / stefanidisfabrics.com
Bells by John Stefanidis from his Passepartout Collection / stefanidisfabrics.com
Petite Zig Zag by Alan Campbell / quadrillefabrics.com
Fanfare by John Stefanidis / stefanidisfabrics.com