One table of contents that I found particularly pleasing to the eye was from the book by Ellen Lupton, Graphic Design Thinking (Design Briefs). Ellen uses a modular underlying grid, which allows her to experiment with the use of white space. She uses minimal colors and different font weights to distinguish the hierarchy of elements. I liked how she didn’t label the chapter numbers with a heading, but simply enlarged the font size of it. Over all, I think this table of contents is very neat and clean.