Bright Colour Combinations in Floral Design

London florists at flower delivery company Flowers24hours predict bright colours will bloom in 2014


Trends in fashion have a strong influence on interior design in terms of colour and style, and this also holds true for floral design, which often takes inspiration from the catwalk shows and runways. Over the past few years this has been evident in the vintage theme, which has reigned on the catwalks and for wedding flowers alike. But there is another trend emerging which London florists at Flowers24hours predict will be bolstered in floral fashion too, thanks to its re-appearance in the Spring/Summer 2014 shows.

That trend is for bold, contrasting bright colours, which were a huge feature during Fashion Week. Ralph Lauren created dresses in eye-popping primary colours and greens, Fendi embraced it in monochrome and colour-blocked pieces, Yohji Yamamoto showcased clashing colours including acid greens and sunny yellows, and Tata Naka went in heavily for polychromatic prints. Online London florists at same day flower delivery shop Flowers24hours predict this will be translated in floral fashion as a popular spring flowers idea, plus it is already seeing this trend popping up more often in flower designs for brides, corporate and private clients who want something a bit different that breaks with the norm.

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Bright Colour Combinations in Floral Design was last modified: February 19th, 2019 by Todd

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