Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
Copyright Chronicle Books
Photography by Debi Treloar
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Part 2: The Guiding QuestionsNo matter whether you are a maximalist or minimalist, what makes something "clutter" for each of us has a lot to do with whether it is useful to you. Beyond matters of strict utility, we use our belongings to enrich our lives at home in many ways. The following five questions are meant to help sift through the reasons we keep things around; then you can decide whether it deserves a place in your home.
The book does not miss a detail; the authors made sure to include an entire section on flower arrangement. Here, glass bottles in a variety of sizes, shapes and heights create a pleasing composition of blossoms. Decorate Tip: "Presenting flowers in pleasing containers is as important as choosing inspiring flowers in the first place. Always keep an eye out for colorful, unusual, vintage or plain vases, pitchers, or bowls that will set off all manner of different blooms."