One of the many things I love about flowers is how versatile they are. You can go wild with mixing varieties, colors and textures, or you can keep it simple and arrange one type in a beautiful vase. And there are so many possibilities between those extremes. The always innovative founder of James’s Daughter, Lisa […]
There’s something about spring that makes me want to immerse myself in flowers. During a recent New York City trip, I wanted to share these creative urges in an interactive way. Along with florist Ariella Chezar—founder of the sustainable Ariella New York floral shop—I cohosted an in-store floral workshop at The Apartment by The Line. The […]
I was introduced to Fox Fodder Farm, a Brooklyn-based floral and garden design studio, when I saw some of their creations at The Line in NYC – and fell in love. Founded by Taylor Patterson in 2011, the studio is all at once rooted in a desire to move forward and look to the past. This […]
I’ve recently been spotlighting all things citrus, and in keeping with the theme, wanted to share another arrangement from one of my floral favorites. For this edition, the lovely Holly Vesecky of Hollyflora walked me through creating a citrus-inspired display using kumquats and an assortment of complementary greenery and blooms.
As someone who loves flowers and uses them at every opportunity, I am forever looking for tips and tricks that will demystify (and simplify) the process of arranging them. With this in mind, I called on the amazing Yasmine Mei of Yasmine Floral Design, a deservedly in-demand LA floral designer with an emphasis on the ethereal, simple and classic
Earlier this week, I shared all of the design details from my birthday dinner. One of my very favorites: the individual arrangements that Kristen of Moon Canyon created for each place setting.
I love having fresh flowers around the house and I put them everywhere – they make me so happy and brighten things up. While I try my best to make the perfect flower arrangement, I always feel like there’s something I’m missing. To solve this problem, I recently hired Maurice Harris, the owner of Bloom and Plume, to give a few friends and me lessons on how to make the perfect arrangement.