The ultimate resource for the intersection of nature and design
“A crafty guide to plants as décor. . . . Provides rustic-chic project ideas for incorporating botanical elements into your home.”—Michelle Slatalla, author of Gardenista
“Offers a way to express the beauty of nature through pleasing interior design in one’s home. The text offers step-by-step instructions for home design projects—such as tabletop arrangements and entrance-way staging—that bridge the divide between living indoors and celebrating the aesthetics of the out-of-doors. Ordered by the seasons of the year and their associated horticultural offerings, this well-appointed resource, with more than 450 stunning color photographs, makes for an inviting adventure both in the garden and in the living room. . . . By exploring the creative use of common elements of nature (twigs, berries, bark, grass), in combination with stylish design, these approachable projects empower anyone with garden snips and a willingness to learn innumerable ways of elevating one's living space while celebrating nature.”
“Be prepared for this beautifully photographed book to become the well-thumbed, bookmarked, go-to manual you reach for every time you want inspiration or step-by-step instructions for clever (and easy!) gardening projects. My copy is already dog-eared.”
“When I imagine what my version of heaven looks like, it’s Terrain
. It makes me feel like any green-thumb fantasy I have is possible.”—Grace Bonney, author of In the Company of Women
Greg Lehmkuhl is the creative director of Terrain—a garden, home, and outdoor lifestyle brand from the team behind Anthropologie. Founded in 2008 on the site of a 100-year-old nursery in Glen Mills, PA, Terrain now has a second store in Westport, CT—both stores feature an on-site nursery, home store, and café—as well as shops within two California Anthropologie locations, and will soon open five more stores (two stand-alone stores and three inside Anthropologies across the country). Terrain has been featured on Today and CBS’s Sunday Morning and in a wide range of national publications, including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, Vogue, Martha Stewart Living, Elle Décor, and InStyle.