I recently found myself in East Hampton as a house guest for the weekend. The timing coincided with the second round of proofs for my new book, the forward for which was written by my friend and mentor, Charlotte Moss. I thought I’d just drop the book off at her house; instead, Charlotte invited my partner and I for a celebratory drink in her garden.
Anyone who follows Charlotte's wonderful blog, Tête-à-Tête, knows that she loves her garden—and what a garden it is! Like a house, she has it arranged in a series of "rooms" that lead from one to the other. Each space has its own personality and unique appeal. With her bounteous garden at hand, it only makes sense that fresh cut flowers play an important role in the decor, so much so that she has a dedicated flower arranging room that would make any florist weep with envy.