Wedding of a Style


portrait of Alyson Brown, author of The Floral-Infused Cocktail, wearing a floral dress, surrounded by a lush floral installation, holding a cocktail in her hand
Try this Flower-Infused Cocktail

“The Cloverjito combines two of my favorite summer drinks, iced tea and the classic rum-based mojito, into a fresh cocktail,” says Alyson Brown, author of THE FLOWER-INFUSED COCKTAIL

Vibrant dining room featuring teal botanical wallpaper, bright yellow curtains, chinoiserie and geometric patterns from the Stroheim Color collection
The Pattern Playbook

When it comes to color and pattern, more is more. The FLOWER editors share tips for creating richly layered, vibrant rooms using examples from the STROHEIM COLOR collection of wallpapers, fabrics, and trims

poolside picnic scene featuring floral-patterned melamine plates
Outdoor Flair

With bright pops of color and classic shapes, these pieces are certain to amp up the summer fun


Stylish Sophisticate

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

MA Allen Interiors
Sunday Best

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


charlotte moss, winter gardens
Winter Wonderland

Author and designer Charlotte Moss finds beauty, quiet, and infinite possibility in the gardens of winter

Pool garden. Landcape design by Tom Stuart-Smith from his book, Drawn from the Land
Natural Inclinations

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

Flower How-To’s

Floral Artist Maurice Harris

In his show Centerpiece, floral artist Maurice Harris of Bloom & Plume in L.A. puts his creativity and fun personality on full display. Capture some of his artistry in your arrangements with his “Keen on Green” floral tutorial from our July/August 2015 issue


Betty Soldi, author of Inkspired (translated into eight languages), sits on a sandstone bench leaning against a wall decorated with classical flourishes.
The Write Setting

In a 19th-century lemon house surrounded by gardens in Florence, Italy, calligrapher Betty Soldi found the perfect spot to explore her craft

Moroccan garden
The Mystique of Morocco

Two books entice readers to a country where history, nature, art, and design combine to create a feast for the senses. Plus, peruse our market finds featuring Moroccan-inspired decor and jewelry