Flower Magazine

SEP-OCT 2018

Browse "flower" to learn techniques from established and up-and-coming designers, be inspired by the floral decor of weddings, galas, and flower and garden shows, and infuse your lifestyle with chic floral fashion and home decor.

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24 | S E P T E M B E R / O C T O B E R 2 0 1 8 Patterns can give great atmosphere, as can be seen in the paintings of Vuillard and Matisse and earlier pre-Raphaelite interiors. I love pattern and use it a great deal, especially in carpets. —David Hicks IN BLOOM I market 5 2 7 1. Christofle Madison 6 crystal centerpiece, $650; 212.284.5100, christofle.com. 2. Temple St. Clair 18-karat gold large (32-inch) Beehive necklace, $9,800; templestclair.com. 3. Arteriors Mae marble, brass, and iron cocktail table, $4,500; 646.537.3101, arteriorshome.com. 4. Lexington Home Brands Los Altos Morocco media console; 336.474.5300, lexington.com. 5. Mr. Brown London Wilhelm small tall cabinet, $7,785; 646.293.6622, mrbrown london.com. 6. Nachtmann Bubbles tumbler, $40/set of 4; riedel.com. 7. Jemma Wynne 18-karat yellow gold prive diamond personalized Hexagon bangle, $2,950; 212.980.8500 or jemmawynne.com. 8. EJ Victor Antonia Collection Hexa table, $2,985 each or $5,685/set of 2; 828.437.1991, ejvictor.com. 9. Stark Carpet, Hexagon House carpet by David Hicks, available in Amber (shown), Desert Night, and Mirage; 212.752.9000, starkcarpet.com. HOT PATTERN Honeycomb 1 3 4 6 Also called hexagon or chicken wire, this graphic, nature-based shape can ground a room or catapult it to new heights 8 9

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