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The House in Bloom: Decorating with Floral Themes

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Bring the beauty of a county garden inside the home, on fabrics and painted ceramics, in the colors that decorate walls and furniture, and in numerous accessories. Page by page, you'll discover ways to let the natural world take root everywhere, even a city apartment. Nature and décor become one with traditional floral chintz, carpets depicting the walled gardens of the East, or silverware hammered into the shapes of fruits and vegetables. Delphinium blue, lemon yellow, lavender, and rich earth tones like ochre and sienna all inspire truly organic decorating schemes. Three-dimensional textiles have insect and leaf patterns "trapped" in their weave, while images of sunny daisies brighten pretty plates. It's a unique celebration of the garden, the outdoors, and the country.

Synopsis:

Nature and décor become one with traditional floral chintz and silverware hammered into fruit and vegetable shapes. Delphinium blue, lemon yellow, lavender, and rich earth tones can inspire a truly organic decorating scheme. Three-dimensional textiles have insect and leaf patterns “trapped” in their weave. It’s a celebration of outdoor shapes and forms.

Synopsis:

Nature and décor become one with traditional floral chintz and silverware hammered into fruit and vegetable shapes. Delphinium blue, lemon yellow, lavender, and rich earth tones can inspire a truly organic decorating scheme. Three-dimensional textiles have insect and leaf patterns “trapped” in their weave. Its a celebration of outdoor shapes and forms.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781588160850
Subtitle:
Decorating with Floral Themes
Author:
Spours, Judy
Author:
Spours, Judy
Publisher:
Hearst
Location:
New York
Subject:
Interior decoration
Subject:
Decoration & Ornament
Subject:
Flower Arranging
Subject:
Decoration and ornament
Subject:
Decorating - General
Subject:
Interior Design - General
Subject:
PHILOSOPHY - PHILSPHY WEST TRD PB
Subject:
BG-HISTORY - BG-WAR/MILITARY TRANSPORT
Edition Number:
1st ed.
Edition Description:
Trade Cloth
Series Volume:
106-819
Publication Date:
20050301
Binding:
Hardback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
all in color
Pages:
160
Dimensions:
9.5 x 8.5 in

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"Synopsis" by ,
Nature and décor become one with traditional floral chintz and silverware hammered into fruit and vegetable shapes. Delphinium blue, lemon yellow, lavender, and rich earth tones can inspire a truly organic decorating scheme. Three-dimensional textiles have insect and leaf patterns “trapped” in their weave. It’s a celebration of outdoor shapes and forms.

"Synopsis" by ,
Nature and décor become one with traditional floral chintz and silverware hammered into fruit and vegetable shapes. Delphinium blue, lemon yellow, lavender, and rich earth tones can inspire a truly organic decorating scheme. Three-dimensional textiles have insect and leaf patterns “trapped” in their weave. Its a celebration of outdoor shapes and forms.

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