Nashville-based designer Blaire Murfree helps a client downsize, blending the comforts of her former home with a vibrant new look that fits its city location.
In a preview from his new book, Celebrating Home: A Time for Every Season, James T. Farmer III shares tips for a beautiful and relaxed birthday celebration.
With over 50 years in the decorating field, the design legend brought color and style to homes and resorts the world over and always found happiness in the garden
After decorating her client’s historic D.C. townhouse, Andrea Houck helps plan a summer celebration that takes cues from the interior design and the gardens beyond.
Screenwriter Maria Nation’s love of the outdoors resulted in a round-the-clock garden that she graciously shares with family and friends.
An Ojai, California–based floral designer creates sculptural arrangements that incorporate unique native materials and her husband’s arresting handcrafted ceramics
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
The Orlando-based floral designer and flower farmer creates lush arrangements with the surprise of fragrant herbs tucked throughout at East End Market, an artisan food hub where she grows flowers and herbs
From simple handpicked bouquets to artistic masterpieces, easy-to-grow zinnia flowers shine in seasonal arrangements from late summer through early autumn.
The Cotswolds district in West Central England is blessed with an embarrassment of riches, including perfectly preserved stone villages that literally stop you in your tracks.
Tucked into the picturesque Cotswolds countryside, the home of Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, sits surrounded by gardens, wispy meadows, marching allées, and ancient walls with fragrant climbing roses