The best-selling flower arrangement is without doubt the bouquet. In this inspiration book, you will find one hundred bouquets created by five master florists (Jeanine & Bart Schampheleer of Domus Florum from Aalst, Palladio from Bruges, Anne-France Libert of Fleur d’Ô from Brussels, Patrick Houbrechts and Bea Verbeeck of Monet in Alken, Sofie Lannoy of Philo-sophie in Gits). They have created for you, through the seasons, beautiful bouquets around five themes: love, gratitude, farewell, atmosphere, invitation. In addition, you will be given original texts to accompany your occasional bouquet.
The Bouquet Talks
A nice idea book for every florist and bouquet lover.
In the past ten years, Swedish floral designer Per Benjamin has developed his own colour theory for florists. The World of Colour according to Per Benjamin is an educational, entertaining and inspirational book in which Per Benjamin explains his colour theory in detail, both in theory and in practice. The photographs are a mix of studio work, outdoor arrangements and impressive pieces created for the decoration of events such as the Nobel Prize presentation. Taken together, they are the perfect illustration of the inexhaustible possibilities with colour and provide the florist with a perfect guide to easily put together a harmonious palette.
The combination of Ikebana and haiku results in a more than successful marriage. The similarity between the two arts goes far beyond their common Japanese origins. The seductive simplicity of the haiku, its sparse use of words and subtlety, its silences and deep grounds, its rhythms and seasons… These are only some of the characteristics that Haiku shares with Ikebana.
Floral masterpieces in Paris, created by top florist Gilles Pothier! Gilles Pothier is without doubt the only French florist who is world-famous. He gives demonstrations in all corners of the world. Often, the most beautiful interiors of Paris form the backdrop for his majestic floral compositions.