Botanical Style

Inspirational decorating with nature, plants and florals


Author: Selina Lake

Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small

ISBN: 9781849757133

Category: Design

Page: 160

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The first chapter, Botanical Inspirations, takes a look at the ingredients of the look—antique botanical prints and artworks, flower stalls, potting sheds, and houseplants—and draws upon these sources for fresh ideas to transform your home into a leafy haven. Moving on, Selina explores five different facets of the botanical look. Vintage Botanicals celebrates the gentle palette and delicate style of floral watercolors and pressed flowers, while Boho Botanicals has more of a free-spirited 1970s vibe, with jungly potted plants, flower garlands, and even a decorated teepee. The varied textures and contemporary appeal of Industrial Botanicals give it a modern edge, utilizing materials such as polished concrete, rusted metal, and laboratory glass and combining them with peeling paint and vintage science posters on the walls. Next, Natural Botanicals is based around antique botanical prints and museum specimen cases for a nostalgic feel while Tropical Botanicals features bold leafy prints, spiny cacti, and palm trees for a distinctly glamorous retro flavor. Throughout the book, Selina‘s imaginative ‘DIY Makes’ and insightful ‘Style Tips’ provide a wealth of inspiring suggestions for how to recreate the textures, tones, and ambience of Botanical Style in your own home.

Botanical Style Garden Notes


Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781849759472


Page: 144

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Whether you are looking for a useful place to plan your garden layout or somewhere to record the results and successes of different plant varieties, Garden Notes will prove to be an invaluable resource. The journal includes a seasonal growing diary for planning a year of planting, tending and harvesting, and contains some useful growing hints and tips, making this journal the perfect companion in the garden. Use the blank pages to list gardens you want to visit or to jot down ideas for improving your plot. Botanical Style is a gorgeous new range of stationery that taps into the current trend for bringing nature, plants, and florals into the heart of the home. Inspired by antique prints and artworks, potting sheds and houseplants, this beautiful and practical range is perfect for organizing both work and home life. Including notecards, notebooks, an address book, a birthday and anniversary book, a garden journal, and even a jigsaw puzzle, Botanical Style will surround you with the soothing beauty of the natural world.

Flower Market

Botanical Style at Home


Author: Michelle Mason

Publisher: Pimpernel Press

ISBN: 9781910258200

Category: Design

Page: 176

View: 1622

In 2013 designer and illustrator Michelle Mason co-founded Mason & Painter, a vintage emporium in east London on a street famed for its Sunday flower market. Many of the vintage items sold in the shop are lovingly restored to sell as containers for flowers and plants. Michelle's inspiration for this book is the wide variety of seasonal plants and flowers available right outside her shop. Using salvage and reclaimed objects as props and backdrops, Flower Market: Botanical Style at Home is brimming with texture, color, pattern and exciting and inspiring ways to group and display flowers, plants and succulents. Michelle draws on her design experience, playing with shapes, colors and textures to create combinations that work well together, blending layers of hue and pattern, to show how to make the most of fresh flower purchases and bring botanical style into the home.

Living Decor

Plants, Potting and DIY Projects - Botanical Styling with Fiddle-Leaf Figs, Monsteras, Air Plants, Succulents, Ferns, and More of Your Favorite Houseplants


Author: Maria Colletti

Publisher: Cool Springs Press

ISBN: 0760362807

Category: Gardening

Page: 176

View: 3801

Welcome houseplants into your space and use them to make beautiful home decor projects that showcase your plants and your creativity. It's time to change the way we think about houseplants. For too long we have overlooked potted plants and failed to appreciate the many benefits they can bring into our homes: improved air quality, natural decor, brilliant colors, and a greener lifestyle, just to name a few. Living Decor is a manual to introducing the life, beauty, and health benefits of plants into your home in creative ways. Maria Colletti (Terrariums: Gardens Under Glass) brings fun to creating your own arrangements with moss, succulents, air plants, and other favorite indoor greenery. Also find simple guidance for taking care of your plants and DIY tips. This guide to houseplants takes you through modern trends in filling your space with plants, such as display with macramé, concrete planters, new plant stands for popular botanicals like Fiddle Leaf Figs and Monstera, and also shows what a beautiful, unique, and even artistic experience living with plants can be. Step-by-step projects include: Chandelier-style planters Moss jar gardens and photo frames Terrariums Succulent centerpieces And more! Beyond the individual projects, you'll find endless ideas for botanical styling from the author, as well as a large network of shopkeepers and interior designers who bring you into their homes to see remarkable interior design that celebrates everything green.

Visible Empire

Botanical Expeditions and Visual Culture in the Hispanic Enlightenment


Author: Daniela Bleichmar

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 0226058530

Category: Art

Page: 286

View: 8320

Between 1777 and 1816, botanical expeditions crisscrossed the vast Spanish empire in an ambitious project to survey the flora of much of the Americas, the Caribbean, and the Philippines. While these voyages produced written texts and compiled collections of specimens, they dedicated an overwhelming proportion of their resources and energy to the creation of visual materials. European and American naturalists and artists collaborated to manufacture a staggering total of more than 12,000 botanical illustrations. Yet these images have remained largely overlooked—until now. In this lavishly illustrated volume, Daniela Bleichmar gives this archive its due, finding in these botanical images a window into the worlds of Enlightenment science, visual culture, and empire. Through innovative interdisciplinary scholarship that bridges the histories of science, visual culture, and the Hispanic world, Bleichmar uses these images to trace two related histories: the little-known history of scientific expeditions in the Hispanic Enlightenment and the history of visual evidence in both science and administration in the early modern Spanish empire. As Bleichmar shows, in the Spanish empire visual epistemology operated not only in scientific contexts but also as part of an imperial apparatus that had a long-established tradition of deploying visual evidence for administrative purposes.

Scientific Papers of Asa Gray


Author: Asa Gray

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108083668

Category: Science

Page: 410

View: 3328

A posthumous 1889 two-volume collection of lesser-known reviews, essays and biographical sketches by an influential American botanist.

Botanical Painting with Coloured Pencils


Author: Ann Swan

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 0008328250

Category: Art

Page: 128

View: 2414

This beautifully illustrated ebook is the first practical step-by-step guide to using coloured pencils in botanical painting and is written by Ann Swan, one of the top exponents of the genre.

Botanical Gazette


Author: John Merle Coulter,M.S. Coulter,Charles Reid Barnes,Joseph Charles Arthur

Publisher: N.A


Category: Botany

Page: N.A

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