When you pick up interior designer and television personality Moll Anderson’s New York Times bestseller Change Your Home, Change Your Life with Color: What’s Your Color Story?, don’t assume it’s just a coffee-table decoration. “There’s so much more to this book,” says the author. “They’re tools to help you live your best life.” Her fifth book release is jam-packed with interiors in saturated tones and tips on how to incorporate them, from drapery to paint and everything in between—even guest towels and signature cocktails. Sprinkled throughout is what Anderson calls “self-help” inspiration, including her theory about “color stories.” She believes each person is born into a story that informs which shades you like or don’t like, which are impacted by your memories. “I fell out of love with color as a child due to some trauma I had been through,” she says. “I was living in a grayscale world.” Today, Anderson embraces bright hues and “sensory experiences”—like lighting candles or making use of your fireplace. Find her book on Amazon or at Barnes & Noble and Forty Five Ten on Main.