Peruse the FLOWER editors’ favorite titles of the year on the topics of gardens, flowers, interior design, entertaining, and more
A new book by Pierre Sauvage of Casa Lopez captures the art of entertaining through the perspective of 20 tastemakers around the world
The newest book about the legend explores in detail the designer’s passion for flowers and gardens
To-die-for gorgeous florals fill the pages of a new book by the ceramics artist, gardener, and photographer who inspires us to find the creative within
Food writer and cookbook author Jessica Strand shares a trio of festive beverages from her new book
Bored, restless, tired of streaming? Try a new activity, recipe, gardening idea, or delve into the curious histories of everyday items in your home—these titles spark engagement in our current lifestyles during Covid-19.
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.
From a luxury skin cream to items for the home and wardrobe, celebrate the venerated summertime bloom with our editors’ favorites.
Designer and author Charlotte Moss shares her lifelong love affair with wildflowers here and in her book, Garden Inspirations
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
All mothers deserve a little extra pampering right now, and our editor’s keen eye has found something special for every one of them