FLOWER magazine welcomes interior designers Elaine Griffin and James Farmer as well as author/artist Frances Schultz as contributing editors
India Hicks shares a decadent recipe from her new book, An Entertaining Story
Using graphic patterns and interesting textures, these pieces evoke feelings of warmth and give structure to your space or your wardrobe.
Especially when they are filled with houseplants. His second book WILD INTERIORS takes us inside beautiful, lush interiors belonging to devoted plant lovers across the U.S. and around the world.
Aishah Lurry of Patagonia Flower Farm on Debra Prinzing’s Slow Flowers Podcast perked our ears this week. Plus, discover more flower-focused podcasts to add to your playlist.
Explore the artistic details and exquisite craftsmanship behind the Atlanta-based lighting and furniture company’s designs
At Sparta Gardens, a 10-acre “urban farm in a country town,” Suzy and Robert Currey are doing more than growing delicious organic produce
In an excerpt from Color Me Floral, Kiana Underwood of Tulipina Design shares her inspiration and step-by-step instructions for a gorgeous, old-world style, green and pink arrangement.
Fine jewelry designer Anabela Chan reimages the everyday, pairing recycled aluminum with 18-karat gold vermeil and simulated gemstones
3-D Chinese paintings by Anita Wong, metal flower sculptures, a woodland tabletop collection, transparent handbags by Olivia Cheng, and new books to inspire you
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.
The Annie Selke Flower Challenge encourages everyone to discover the joy of flower arranging this April, and Urban Stems invites you to nominate a hero in your life to win a free bouquet.