I am totally obsessed with Claire Bingham’s latest book: Grandiflora – in fact, I think we may even begin to stock it in-store. The fabulous read is all about interiors inspired by nature, so I am utterly in love.

Alongside the blossom-filled abodes, this book is crammed full of ideas for easy ways to use flowers and foliage in your home. Here are a few of my favourite ideas:

The beautifully romantic Claire Basler’s home and studio Chateau de Beauvoir in Auvergne, echoes her free-spirited love for nature. Claire’s hand-painted canvases mixed among her lush velvet sofas, metallic accessories and soft lighting create a glow that you can’t help but want to be a part of.

Image of Claire Balser’s studio

Image of Claire Balser’s kitchen

Image of Claire Balser’s studio

I adore Antonino Sciortino’s home in Milan –  it has such a strong natural feeling of an inside greenhouse. He has a real passion for plants (like me) and has giant potted succulents that punctuate his home.

Image of Antonino Sciortino’s home

Image of Antonino Sciortino’s home

Image of Antonino Sciortino’s home

It’s hard not to fall head over heels in love with Sera Hersham-Lofus interiors. She has this amazing technique to mix a bundle of tassels, textures, patterns, colours and so much more to create space that has oodles of glamour and elegance. Take a look for your self.

Image of Sera Hersham-Loftus home

Image of Sera Hersham-Loftus home

Image of Sera Hersham-Loftus home

GET A LITTLE GRANDIFLORA IN YOUR HOME