Color Me Floral: Techniques for Creating Stunning Monochromatic Arrangements for Every Season (Flower Arranging Books, Flower Color Guide, Floral Desi
DescriptionCreate dazzling, contemporary bouquets all year long with this gorgeous floral designs book. Learn the secrets to designing show-stopping monochromatic arrangements: In this stunning book, Kiana Underwood shares her techniques for creating dazzling single-color displays using inspired ingredients, dramatic textures, and vibrant colors. Features hundreds of eye-catching images and easy-to-follow tips throughout, such as suggestions for substituting flowers and options for both the beginner and advanced designer. This flower arranging book is as useful as it is gorgeous. Organized by season, the book includes how-to's for 40 arrangements, including a lush green display for spring, an astonishing black bouquet for summer, a striking magenta design for fall, and an unexpected, oh-so-pretty pink arrangement for winter. The ultimate resource, Color Me Floral, has an extraordinary arrangement to enhance every occasion.
- This flower color guide makes an exceptional gift for anyone with interest in floral décor and arrangement.
- With thousands of gorgeous photographs showing step-by-step arrangement instructions, it's ideal for beginners and experts.
- Great coffee table book filled with page after page of beautiful images to browse and enjoy.
March 06, 2018
9.9 X 0.8 X 10.9 inches | 2.9 pounds
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About the Author
Kiana Underwood is the owner of Tulipina, an internationally renowned floral design studio that specializes in creating bespoke experiences for high-end weddings and events. Underwood's use of unique color combinations and floral varieties draws admirers and floral designers from all over the world to her sold-out workshops, and her signature designs have appeared in publications such as Brides, Country Living, Elle Decor, Flower magazine, the New York Times, and Town & Country. She splits her time between Burlingame, California and Stone Ridge, New York, with her husband, Nathan, and their three children. Nathan Underwood is a technology executive and photography enthusiast. He specializes in floral, street, and travel photography and enjoys working with classic cameras and film.