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Bring the Outdoors In: Garden Projects for Decorating and Styling Your Home
     

Bring the Outdoors In: Garden Projects for Decorating and Styling Your Home

by Shane Powers, Jennifer Cegielski (With), Gentl & Hyers (Photographer)
 

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Nothing enlivens a room like a touch of nature. Taking the terrarium trend to the next level, this stunning guide will inspire crafters, garden lovers, and décor fans to turn flowers, leaves, and branches into striking, organic décor. Acclaimed designer and stylist Shane Powers presents 20 simple yet arresting projects for bringing natural tranquility

Overview

Nothing enlivens a room like a touch of nature. Taking the terrarium trend to the next level, this stunning guide will inspire crafters, garden lovers, and décor fans to turn flowers, leaves, and branches into striking, organic décor. Acclaimed designer and stylist Shane Powers presents 20 simple yet arresting projects for bringing natural tranquility to any space. Suited for garden enthusiasts and black thumbs alike, the projects use a range of live and dried plant materials to create colorful dried floral garlands, eye-catching willow wreaths, intriguing water gardens, and timeless succulent landscapes. With step-by-step instructions, styling and container ideas, helpful resources, and gorgeous photography, Bring the Outdoors In offers countless ways to welcome the natural world into any space.

Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
Probably everyone knows someone who's a natural arranger. The question is whether that flair can be taught – "you can achieve a great look even if you aren't a green thumb!" the book promises – by slavishly following instructions, even those in a profusely illustrated book. Powers, a stylist and former editor at Martha Stewart Living, clearly has a flair for arranging stunning combinations of containers and live, dried, or pressed plants. Undoubtedly, his ideas are inspirational, perhaps especially so to those who are already talented with lichens and moss. Among the 22 beautiful combinations are a colorful floral garland, a sophisticated braided willow wreath, and a revival of flower pockets, small holders made of fabric and designed to hang from doorknobs. Detailed care needs, which are demanding in some cases while low- to no-maintenance in others, complete the descriptions. An appendix lists sources. If you already have a vision, you're good. If you aren't an artiste, not so much. (Feb.)
From the Publisher
"A beautiful book that will have you bringing the tranquility of nature directly into your home."
-Kelli Ryder, Rue Magazine"

This fresh and aesthetic lifestyle book offers original and creative ways to blur the boundaries between outside and inside."
-TrendTablet"

Simple, creative projects sure to add a bit of organic glam to your decor."
-Wayfair.com"

Required reading."
-Gardenista.com"

If you were a fan of Shane Powers's indoor gardening collection for West Elm, then you'll flip over his new tome, Bring the Outdoors In."
-PopSugar"

Green-thumbed moms and nature-lovers alike will devour each page."
-Ladies Home Journal"

Craft projects with a decidedly modern approach to bringing nature into your home."
-Marcie McGoldrick, Editorial Director at Martha Stewart Living

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781452107547
Publisher:
Chronicle Books LLC
Publication date:
02/05/2013
Pages:
176
Product dimensions:
7.70(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.90(d)

Meet the Author

Shane Powers is a Brooklyn-based stylist and designer who has worked as an editor at Martha Stewart Living.

Jennifer Cegielski is a freelance lifestyle writer whose work has appeared in such publications as Martha Stewart Living, Lucky, and InStyle Weddings. She lives in New York.

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