16 Colouring Books That Are Perfect For Grown-Ups

Colouring Books New Releases

Colouring books for adults are literally flying off the shelves in bookshops and online bookstores – and there’s a wide range to choose from.

The folks on Buzzfeed say they are so popular, “because you’re never too old to get creative with colour.”

Here’s our faves – for more check out the many others shown on Buzzfeed’s website.

Animal Kingdom by Millie Marotta

Animal Kingdom   Animal Kingdom Page
Batsford Ltd / Millie Marotta

A colouring book filled with art so beautiful and intricate, you’ll be hesitant to colour it in, even though your own shading only serves to enhance these amazing illustrations. More information here

Color Me Calm by Lacy Mucklow and Angela Porter

Color Me Calm   Color Me Calm Page
Race Point Publishing / Lacy Mucklow and Angela Porter

Grab some coloured pencils, sit back and relax with this beautiful, therapeutic book of a hundred calming illustrations designed specifically for de-stressing. More information here

The Mindfulness Colouring Book by Emma Farrarons

Mindfulness Colouring    Mindfulness Page 1Mindfulness Page 2
Boxtree / Emma Farrarons

This best selling pocket-sized book serves as an excellent way to soothe both stress and anxiety. Its compact size makes it perfect for on-the-go-relaxation. More information here

Colour Me Good: London by I love Mel

Colour Me Good London   Colour me Good London Page
I love Mel

Take a trip to London with this colouring book that includes some of the UK capital city’s most famous landmarks and other cultural items. More information here

All books available at amazon.com


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