Corporate flower trends for 2014 by London Florist Flowers24hours

If your organisation likes being at the forefront of style and design when it comes to your office décor and environment, take a look at these 2014 trends for corporate flowers.

Bringing the Outdoors In

In November’s Grand Designs Live show, one key feature was bringing the outdoors in. This demonstrates the popular desire to reconnect with nature, and an example of this is by using materials like twigs, logs, moss, heather and foliage. Fern plants and bonsai trees are also a great choice, both of which can be displayed on a reception desk or other public areas, with flower delivery available from most florists.

Mixed Metallics

Metallics are a big trend for floral designs this year, creating a relaxed-luxury appearance. A hint of glamour will also be prevalent, by mixing ornamental pieces and containers using shiny and matt silvers and golds, as well as brass (which has made a comeback from the past 12 months).  A good suggestion for offices, restaurants and hotels who want to achieve this look is to use a mixture of wooden silver cone spirals, flowers and fan sticks. Alternatively, opt for a floral design or plant but display it in an attractive-looking metallic vase or pot. Some expert corporate florists also offer weekly maintenance / floral replacements with same day flower delivery in London.

Eclectic Accents

Mirroring the popularity of all that is vintage, eclectic accents will see designers and individuals looking to bring one-of-a-kind pieces into their homes and environment. This will see people moving away from the crowd and aiming to make a strong statement. There are plenty of corporate florists who can help you achieve this in your workplace, by providing bespoke designs tailored to your individual needs and requirements. Many florists offer flower deliveries in London, so get in touch with them today to see how they can help you.

Wild Flowers

Large flower prints have made a big impact this year, both on the catwalks and interior design. As such, floral decorations and event décor reflects this trend, using bold and wild styles and using more natural arrangements using traditional English plants and flowers. A nice suggestion is to use brightly coloured tulips and daffodils as your corporate event flowers or positioned neatly at reception for your guests to appreciate. Visit your local London florist who will be more than happy to offer their advice.

True Blue

The colour blue is everywhere this year – on the streets, on celebrities, on the runways, in magazines and interior design (including bedrooms to boardrooms!). This gorgeous cool colour represents authority, power, royalty and wealth and will be seen throughout 2014. Whatever the shade (from pastels to electric or royal blue), this colour will be found in homes and offices all over the globe. Great blue flowers for the office are striking blue roses, iris’, hydrangeas and hyacinths. Use either on their own, or mixed with other varieties.

We hope we’ve given you some inspiration on how to keep your office, restaurant or hotel on trend with our corporate flower trends for 2014.
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Corporate flower trends for 2014 by London Florist Flowers24hours was last modified: June 1st, 2014 by Todd

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