If you’re a fan of flowers (and who isn’t?!) here’s our latest round up of inspiring coffee table books to pore over, written by like-minded peeps – from florists, to botanists to artists and interior stylists. So much to love.
Learn how to incorporate flowers into your life on a daily basis with this florist’s unique, unstructured approach. Throw out the rule book and simply enjoy the blooms.
Jennifer is a creative who fell in love with making her own flowers in October 2013 whilst organising a garden themed birthday party for a friend. “I got hooked straight away,” she says. Deconstructing real blooms and creating them has become her full time thing and Jennifer has grown an incredible following worldwide, with over 56,000 followers on Instagram alone. Her book tells her story and shows you how to make paper flowers for yourself.
Gardening expert and regular columnist on The Guardian Alys Fowler knows a thing or two about plants and gives her expert tips on collecting, styling, coveting and caring for plants at home.
A stunning coffee table book filled with big, blowsey blooms depicted in breathtaking photography. Over 45 floral projects to try yourself – from simple to spectacular, floral designer Ariella Chezar will take you step-by-step as she does in her workshops and have you falling in love with the sheer theatre of working with flowers in moments.
Passionate and prolific, eco warrior and sustainable living advocate Rebecca Sullivan digs deeper into the garden with this beautiful book on how to create a mindful home. Filled with inspiring insights, natural products and wholesome homemade recipes for current-day solutions, inspired by traditional methods.
Willow Crossley makes an artform of foraged flowers with 50 projects showing how to decorate with love on a shoestring with a combination of antiques, found objects and home-grown bounty.
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