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Inspire: The Art of Living With Nature: 50 Beautiful Projects to Bring the Outside In (Anglais) Relié – 10 avril 2014

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Garden centres and flower shops are two of my favourite places in the world - I feel calm the moment I walk in. The scent of the flowers, the greenery, the wholesome wooden tools, the exotic orchids...Throw an antique shop into the mix and I'm in decorating heaven.' Willow Crossley. In Inspire: The Art of Living with Nature, Willow combines these passions and shows how to use both flower-shop purchases, beachcombing bounty, home-grown harvests and hedgerow finds foraged on countryside walks to decorate your home. Divided into five chapters on Woodland, Flora, Fauna, Edibles and Beach, here are more than 50 ideas ranging from hellebores displayed in test tubes to a wreath made from hydrangeas, spring narcissi planted in wooden wine boxes, a tabletop display incorporating apples and pears, displays of pebbles, coral and shells, sea urchins fashioned into napkin rings, hollowed-out red cabbages used as vases, a colourful posy of chillies and a stylish wall display of antlers and feathers.

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A tiresome book. 1 juin 2015
Par Fillyjonk - Publié sur
Format: Relié
Cutesy writing doesn't make for enjoyable reading in a book on floral decoration. The author, whom I suspect is extremely young and privileged, constantly mentions her "cubs" (a tiresome term for her kids - who cares?). She has a few good ideas but overall, nothing very inspiring here. The cover is the best photo in the book.

Most annoying to me is when the author states, on two different pages: "Yellow is my least favourite colour" and then "Orange is my least favourite colour." Which is it? If you are a floral arranger, you should be prepared to work with all colours. Those two colours happen to be abundant in nature, and I personally don't think spray-painting them grey and taupe is "inspiring."
Beautiful book 2 juin 2014
Par Tracy Geary - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I bought this book for my mom because she loves to decorate with natural, found objects, and she (and I) found the book to be beautiful, clever and inspiring. Great photographs. The writer seems like a lovely person. Fully recommend.
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The Destruction of Endangered Species does not inspire me 1 mai 2014
Par Floribunda - Publié sur
Format: Relié
The author claims this book is "eco-chic", and then she promotes the use of coral and in particular Sea Fan corals as decorations.

Corals are important for the continuing health of our oceans and should not be imported as fripperies, no matter how pretty they are. Corals are living entities not bits of rock. A Sea fan like the one on page 118 must have been ripped from the sea bed, as they are so very fragile they never wash up on the shore.

Quote from HM Revenue & Customs website on imports to the UK

"Souvenirs made from endangered species

Some souvenirs can be made from endangered plants or animals. Endangered species include:
•plants - such as orchids, cacti, mahogany and ramin trees
•animals - such as elephants, rhinos, whales, turtles, coral and many reptiles

Endangered species are protected by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). If you buy a souvenir made from one of these products, you may not be allowed to bring it in to the UK and could even face prosecution, or you may need to obtain a permit."

The author is promoting the collection and destruction of these endangered species to decorate our homes, don't encourage this, don't buy this book.
A nice book to decorate the bookshelves with lots of pretty ... 31 juillet 2014
Par Dulcibella - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
A nice book to decorate the bookshelves with lots of pretty pictures, but the arrangements and craft ideas are rather basic. Not something for the experienced designer or flower arranger.
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Lovely and quite original 16 avril 2014
Par Paola V. Faãndez Garcãa - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Amazing how a book with no binding could be so beautiful, a perfect marrieage between the editor and a sensible author as Crossley is. An extraordinary idea that no binding let us open the book completely plus the fact that it make the book look as it was made by an artisian (hand made). Cosy ideas with plenty of good taste and flowers two that i love.
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