Our pals at Frankie have just launched an interiors tome called Spaces – a 256 page coffee table book which, in true Frankie style, captures “the homes, studios, shops and cafes of graphic designers, photographers, vintage collectors and shop owners“. It’s propped by that wistful visual aesthetic that makes you weirdly jealous of people whose homes aren’t too dissimilar from yours (in all likelihood). Or put another way, it’s similar to The Selby or Apartamento in that DIY renovations, quirky homewares and a sense of personality take precedence over monolithic slabs of marble, robot butlers and, like, retractable eco-friendly roofing. The interiors are no less lust-worthy though, they’re just slightly more attainable. The difference between inspiration and aspiration I guess.

Spaces is available for purchase at all good newsagents or here.