Meet the new book that makes arranging beautiful blooms easy as 1, 2, 3
Cultivating or acquiring beautiful blooms is one thing, but arranging them into something presentable is quite another.
As we edge into spring and foliage begins to crop up once more, pick up a copy of Phaidon's new book Flower Colour Theory, penned by the infamous New York based floral designers Darroch and Michael Putnam of Putnam & Putnam.
Created to decode the mysteries of flower arranging, this tome features 175 romantic arrangements that showcase all of the ways that one might want to style their blooms, built around designs that take into account including analogous, complementary, monochromatic, triadic, transitional, and accent colours.
Plus, it’ll look delightful on your copy table, with or without accompanying flowers. Basically, it’s bloomin’ marvellous.