Happy first Monday of May from all of us at Architessa! April showers bring May flowers. Floral designs are our focus this week, and we're pulling out all the stops. Floral arrangements, floral printed fabrics, and floral wallpaper are timeless elements of decorating a fresh and inviting space. Please view these articles that feature a wide variety of fresh florals in the current design world!
Gallery, Jeff Leatham Flowers
When you think of impressive floral installations, you think of Jeff Leatham. Since 1994, Leatham has built a floral empire that has serviced and collaborated with leading global luxury hospitality and fashion brands. He is currently the Artistic Director of the Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris while also working on numerous other upcoming projects for 2021. Revered among Hollywood's elite for creating floral masterpieces, "Jeff has proven to push the boundaries of modern floral design and will continue to be a tastemaker for years to come." Please take a look at his gallery photos and thank us later.
Our 6 Favorite Ways to Decorate with Floral Prints, One Kings Lane
Whether you're a maximalist or a minimalist, this article by One Kings Lane will guide your decision-making and inspire your future floral design projects. Pairing florals with patterns, neutrals, abstract, and statement prints sounds enthralling; "Consider it yet another love letter to the enduring beauty of blooms."
In this LuxDeco article, you learn helpful tips on where to place blooms in your home and how they elevate the environment around them. Bring color and life into your hallways, bedrooms, and open shelves during this season of rebirth. You and your loved ones could always benefit from the moments of peace and happiness that flowers offer - make sure the flowers you choose are pet-friendly if you have furry family members.
Although this article was written in the fall of last year, these design trends are still relevant and so easy to incorporate with florals. Woods, linens, and pastels speak the same peaceful, natural design language that florals do. More catered towards the minimalist crowd, bloomon is a wonderful resource for floral lovers!
Last but not least, we're leaving you with 50 more ways to arrange fresh flowers for any space. Discover creative avenues to dress your home - one of our favorites is the baby's breath or Gypsophila on a chandelier! Find out what vases to use and which flowers are in season. Let us know your favorite! We hope you have a blessed week ahead of you.