What began as a renovation of a top-floor game room evolved into a full-blown makeover that brought this 1860s brownstone back to life
Designer James Farmer hosts a luncheon every year to honor the women who raised him on the birthday they all shared. Their favorite flower, the camellia, is the featured guest.
In her new book, Holly Heider Chapple details the greatest influences of her successful career
We asked some of our favorite designers, tastemakers, and friends of FLOWER to share their tips on how to make life at home better while sheltering in place, from decorating and outdoor living ideas to what they’re cooking, reading, and watching
With a tight deadline, Atlanta designers Don Easterling and Nina Long took a historic home from dated to dazzling while highlighting its innate architectural beauty
As she sets a cheery and chic table for a celebratory lunch, North Carolina–based interior designer MA Allen calls for all hands on deck—even the smallest ones
William Yeoward shares words of wit and wisdom along with tips for creating timeless spaces
At their “cocktail” farm in rural Washington, sisters Venise Cunningham and Belinda Kelly grow simple goodness and stir up old-fashioned fun
Author and designer Charlotte Moss finds beauty, quiet, and infinite possibility in the gardens of winter
In an excerpt from TOM STUART-SMITH: DRAWN FROM THE LAND, the English landscape designer shares insights and inspirations that have shaped his decades of work
Mixing a variety of foraged materials, the Miami-based floral designer creates a lively, fanciful arrangement with shots of color throughout
The floral/garden designer and photographer shares a step-by-step autumn floral tutorial from her book, THE FLOWER HUNTER
Flower magazine’s Jessica Cohen demonstrates a floral design for a compote vase featuring a gold-touched palette that bridges summer and autumn.
Rebecca Vizard of B. Viz Design jumps the pond to visit the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, unearth some antique textiles, visit friends, and stimulate the senses
Hospitality meets quirky, maximalist design at this vineyard and wine-tasting room near Charlottesville, Virginia
Discover why these Southern Italy shores have long inspired artists and travelers alike