Coffee Table Books

The Coffee Table Book is the perfect option of you’d like a large book which doesn’t feel quite as delicate as a the Fine Art Book.  Available in landscape format 12×8″ and square 8×8″ and 10×10″ size, these books are printed on premium, photographic paper which has a lustre finish.

The main difference between the Coffee Table Books and Fine Art Album is the paper type and binding. The Fine Art Albums have a softer, tactile fine art paper whereas the Coffee Table Books are made with thick photographic paper which has a slight sheen.

If your photos are colourful and bright, the Coffee Table Book paper will keep those colours nice and crisp. For softer, gentle colours the Fine Art Book may be a better choice.

Prices start at £350 for a 40 page 12×8″ book with linen covers and £320 for the  8×8″ version, please get in touch to get a bespoke quote for parent books.

You can also opt for laminated picture front and back covers or also embossed leather (both £50 extra).

**Last updated September 2019**



When you choose a leather cover your names and wedding date are embossed on the front cover. Embossing is a process where the letters are pressed into the material, creating a precise indentation in the leather. Options for gold, silver or rose gold embossing coming soon.

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