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Decorating with Plants: The Art of Using Plants to Transform Your Home

by Satoshi Kawamoto

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 190934267X, Hardcover)

Satoshi Kawamoto explains how to display plants as interior items categorized by room type, using his own house as a studio. Using indoor plants, dried and preserved flowers, succulent plants artificial flowers and driftwood, he shows many different ways of styling for people who do not have much space and lack the ‘green fingers’ required to grown their own plants. The examples enable readers to easily change the atmosphere of the interior of their home and cover occasional decorations, such as those for parties and shop displays.

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Bring gorgeous greenery into your life with this delightful guide to decorating your living space with a wide variety of plants. Using his own house as a studio, garden stylist Satoshi Kawamoto, founder of the Green Fingers garden design stores, guides you around each room in the home, demonstrating how to incorporate a variety of plant life seamlessly indoors. Making use of indoor plants, succulents, driftwood and dried, preserved or artificial flowers, he presents many different ways of styling for people who have limited space who lack the expertise required to grow their own plants The beautifully illustrated examples enable you to easily transform every corner of your interior space, and also include decorations for occasional celebrations.… (more)

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