value décor

Creative ways to arrange permanent, preserved and dried materials for a full season of home and office display.
Designs by Talmage McLaurin, AIFD

treasures of the field
     Natural botanicals such as these, whether faux or fresh, are often incorporated into arrangements rather than allowed to shine on their own. But as we’ve demonstrated with these permanent selections, a few easily assembled pieces can form a sophisticated tableau, especially when they’re assembled to function together harmoniously.

Plastic Sword Grass Bush, Plastic Wood Twig, Thorn Twig, Plastic Bamboo Bundles, Mushroom Sprays and Resin Kudu Horn from Autograph Foliages; Rectangular Glass Vase from Syndicate Sales; striped cylinder from Allstate Floral & Craft; Tribal Vessel (wood tripod) from Cody Foster and Co.; Kiri Wood Vase (dark wood) and concrete vase, tray and bowl from Jamali Floral & Garden Supplies; plastic tray from AA Importing.

To view 10 more designs from this article, look to the May 2010 issue of Florists' Review.

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