The first layout guide that interprets components of nature–together with vegetation, water, and picket–into components of decor for gorgeous, lived-in, bohemian interiors, from acclaimed dressmaker and tastemaker Erica Tanov.
Inspired through nature’s colours, textures, and styles, layout icon Erica Tanov makes use of her interest for textiles to create stunning, undying interiors that attach us to the flora and fauna. Now, in her first guide, Design through Nature, Tanov teaches you the best way to teach your eye to the wonderful thing about the flora and fauna, after which convey the outside in—incorporating styles and motifs from nature, in addition to precise natural components, into easy concepts for on a regular basis adorning and layout.
Design through Nature comprises new and creative adorning concepts for an natural and bohemian taste that combines and layers rugs, pillows, throws, and material, and contains distinctive styles and materials comparable to shibori, ikat, and jamdani, all stunningly photographed through popular photographer Ngoc Minh Ngo.
With subjects starting from embracing imperfection in your house, to looking for out flea markets, to showing your collections, Design through Nature takes a long lasting and intuitive option to layout that transcends fleeting tendencies and encourages you in finding your individual non-public taste, supply of creativity, and connection to the flora and fauna. You do not wish to commute to far-off locales to seek out good looks; it is all round us, from the crackle of fallen leaves to the jagged bark of a tree.