Demonstrates - both visually and with detailed recipes - how to create the type of floral arrangement that is ubiquitous in design publications these days. This book features 125 flower recipes. It takes readers through the basics of flower arranging - from what to look for when selecting flowers to local and seasonal buying considerations.
There is simply no other book out there that demonstrates - both visually and with detailed recipes - how to create the type of floral arrangement that is ubiquitous in design publications these days. And no other book offers so many styles of arrangements: novices can learn how to work with a single variety of flower to great effect, while the more adventurous can create a vase overflowing with layered blooms. On top of the 125 flower recipes, the book is packed with takeaway, such as ideas for unexpected vessels and techniques that can be employed to elevate any arrangement. The introduction and appendix alone are valuable resources, taking readers through the basics of flower arranging - from what to look for when selecting flowers to local and seasonal buying considerations.
Alethea Harampolis and Jill Rizzo are the authors of The Flower Recipe Book and founders of Studio Choo, a San Francisco-based floral design studio that serves up fresh, wild, and sophisticated flower arrangements for any occasion. Their work has been featured in the New York Times, Real Simple, Redbook, Country Living,and Brides; in their guest column on Design*Sponge; and on lifestyle sites like Apartment Therapy, Kinfolk, and Remodelista.
The Flower Recipe Book by Alethea Harampolis
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