Dubbed the "LeBron James of plant styling..." by "Good Morning America," Hilton Carter now shows how you can make, style, decorate, and care for your own stunning plant-inspired interior with his 25 step-by-step DIY projects and plant hacks.
In plant and interior stylist Hilton Carter’s previous books he has given us glimpses into stunning plant-filled homes where ivy and creeping figs hang miraculously from ceilings, mosses grow effortlessly to create living walls, and succulents flourish planted in terrariums. Now in Wild Creations, Hilton will show you how you can actually create these amazing fixtures for your own home. There are step-by-step instructions for Wild Ideas—making projects such as a wall mounted plant and a leather hanging plant stand, genius Wild Hacks for all of your plant worries from how to water your plants while you are away to repelling bugs, thought-provoking Wild Rants looking at the transformative power of plants, and finally a detailed look at ten key Wild Plants and how to care for them. Design and learn about your very own wild interior, get creative, and get WILD!
Hilton Carter is a director, editor and fine artist, who loves making things. He is passionate about plants – his apartment is filled with over 200 – and has a loyal following on Instagram(@hiltoncarter) where he shares his knowledge of plant care and styling. Hilton is based in Baltimore, USA.
Ryland Peters & Small
Length: 240 pages
"Hilton's love for plants and the creativity he brings to inviting natural beauty indoors is so inspiring. His passion and expertise motivates me to think creatively about all of the ways I style and care for the plants in my own home" - Joanna Gaines
"If you need inspo for your indoor plant oasis, you need this book. . . . This book is a visual stunner you’ll want to leave out on your coffee table — next to just the right plant" - Greatist.com
"DIY projects to bring plants to the forefront of your interior design, brilliant houseplant hacks... and an abundance of tips for proper houseplant care to ensure your flora remains vibrant and beautiful for years on end" - Veranda.com