Tree in the House
Part guide for the aspiring home florist, part ode to rural interiors and buildings, A Tree in the House celebrates the art of arranging flowers for celebrations big, small and in-between held throughout the year. Annabelle Hickson provides ideas and instructions for celebratory botanical installations and arrangements, each staged and photographed in different rural homes, gardens and sheds using the beauty of what's growing wild. Interspersed throughout are snapshots—in words and pictures—of rural life and that aspirational rustic country aesthetic.
About the contributor(s):
Annabelle Hickson is a writer/photographer/former-city-slicker who moved to a pecan farm to be with her husband Ed. Annabelle combines freelance writing and photography with farm life and parenting their three children. She is a gardener, cook, reader and celebrator of the beauty in life. And she is on a mission to show readers that botanical art, even that of the most magnificent, enormous kind, is accessible, affordable and open to anyone who cares to give it a go.
224 pages, 8.5"W x 10.5"H, full color photographs