Spring is a glorious time of year for revival, refreshing optimism and happy frames of mind for warmer weather and plans for hiking, picnicking, sightseeing and noticing all kinds of flowers come to life. Crocuses and daffodils are among the first to herald the arrival of spring, and many fashion and interior decor trends line up with flowers this time of year.
Christian Dior blanketed a huge wall with thousands upon thousands of orchids to showcase his spring line, and floral fabrics are wildly popular among some of the best known names in fashion design like Valentino, Chanel and Louis Vuitton. Trends in the interior design arena also embrace some of the same attributes found in bloomstoday.com floral arrangements, starting with green.
Green is strong again, according to celebrity interior design Martyn Lawrence-Bullard. He finds that green works anywhere in a home. Tropical prints and textures are also on the home decor trend list, and bold colors and multiple textures can be found in abundance in every floral arrangement in the Spring Collection by bloomstoday.com.
A refreshing and revitalizing shade, Greenery is symbolic of new beginnings. Greenery is a fresh and zesty
yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring when nature’s greens revive, restore and renew.
Illustrative of flourishing foliage and the lushness of the great outdoors, the fortifying attributes of
Greenery signals consumers to take a deep breath, oxygenate and reinvigorate.
What is evident is that the inherent beauty and style found in fresh flowers is reflected in fashion and interior decor every spring. It is no small task to copy Mother Nature, and the best way to embrace the incoming season of warmth and renewal is to send flowers in all their colors, with all their textures and abundant greenery in every bouquet to someone you care about, for no reason other than to wish him or her a splendid spring along with your loving thoughts.
You do not need acres of ground or a big garden to enjoy flowers at home either. Spring is the perfect time to begin indoors with little compartment trays, cut down milk cartons or anything that’s at least three inches deep with drainage holes in the bottom. You can put seeds into biodegradable little pots that you set outside in the ground when your freeze date has passed. Apartment or condo dwellers have some of the nicest patio flowers in an eclectic mix of containers and flea market finds.
It’s spring — time to open the windows, plant seeds indoors, take longer walks and remember family members you love, colleagues you appreciate, friends you care about, employees you value. Send colorful flowers in multiple textures and copious greenery to make your own designer style statement of spring. Bloomstoday.com floral professionals can help you with spring sentiments for all occasions.
By Joanne M. Anderson