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Flower palettes :arranging flowers using color as your guideby Stephen Woodhams
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Flower Palettes offers a breathtaking variety of original and inspiring designs and captures a new approach to flower arranging. With his unfailing sense of style, Stephen Woodhams shows how even the simplest idea can make a powerful impact.
The first chapter introduces Stephen's very modern approach to style, shape, and use of color. It also discusses the range of plant materials available and gives his recommendations for must-have flowers, plants, and foliage. Finally, it provides all the practical know-how and tips of the trade you will need to create and maintain your own arrangements.
Taking color as their main theme, the four remaining, gloriously illustrated chapters show the effects that can be achieved with dramatic reds, subdued yellows, pure whites, and heavenly blues. Stephen demonstrates how flowers can complement a range of interiors, from formal to informal, contemporary to traditional. Step-by-step instructions make these ideas instantly achievable.
With more than 70 original arrangements and 250 color photographs, all specially taken for the book, Flower Palettes is truly the most irresistible and innovative book on flower arranging.
About the Author
Widely recognized as one of London's most exciting florists, Stephen Woodhams is quickly gaining international praise for his work in flower arranging and garden design. Having trained at the Royal Horticultural Society at Wisley, where he gained an RHS Certificate with Honors, Stephen Woodhams went on to form his own company, Woodhams, in Notting Hill, London, where he now works as a floral and landscape garden designer. He makes regular lecture and television appearances and has been featured in magazines such as House & Garden, Vogue, Country Life, and other prestigious interior and lifestyle journals in the United Kingdom, the United States, and the Far East.
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