As you find yourself settling into the new normal, 2022 new flower design trends are breathing new life into retro favorites. Taking a step away from current events and revisiting the fearless fun of the '70s and '80s brings pleasant, simultaneous feelings of bold hope and a familiar comfort from the past. Sustainability and the hottest trend, "naturalness" feature in the lineup as well. Not ready to join the color movement? Neutral hues make an elegant showing this year and the Millennial Pink preference is replaced by natural hues like creamy white, earthy browns, and even neo mint. Shake up the room by adding a dazzling new flower arrangement or two. It's one of the easiest ways to convey mood and personalize the atmosphere of any space! See what we've been cooking up in the lab. Here, you'll find the newest flower designs and containers.
Taking inspiration from the tie-died, color-drenched ’70s, we are seeing a departure from the earth tones that were so safe and comfortable in 2020 and 2021. Bored with the overall restrictions of life during the past two surreal years, people are taking bigger risks with colors, inviting the bold and bright sunset back into their lives. Fiery oranges and sunny yellows add an eye-catching, prismatic burst of fierce color to any room. Consider fuschias, electric blue delphinium, and audaciously red gerbera daisies to inject hope and optimism into the space.
Minimalist Design Florals
For some of us, the past few years were occupied by self-reflection, seriously taking a psychic inventory of ourselves to see what it is we really want and need. Such ruminations coupled with intermittent periods of navel-gazing have resulted in an uncluttered-space, uncluttered-mind feeling in floral design. Get Zensational! Simplicity is absolutely everything in this style, so channel the less-is-more mindset of Coco Chanel—choose some simple stalks and blooms, and get arranging once you get ideas for new flower designs.
Our mental health has certainly been a focus these past few years. Flowers that make people feel good by adding beauty and scent are a holistic mood booster anyone can agree with. Scent memory is one of the strongest emotions, so choose bold fragrances to make it memorable, or select a green plant for living beauty coupled with the added benefit of air purification in its most natural form.
Jewel-Toned Monochromatic Floral Design
The word in new flower design is in: millennial pink is out. Jumpstart your design palette with a deep, amethyst purple eucalyptus, and accent with varying shades of violets and purples to add regality to a minimal design. Ruby reds make a fearless statement with roses, gerbera daisies, or Peruvian lilies. Sapphire blues, citrines, and emerald greens are all stunning variations to try. The trick to the monochrome design is to aim the focus on the richest, deepest colors in the design and keep your variety of blooms as close in color as possible. Remember, minimalism is still absolutely everywhere this season, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be unapologetically bold in color.
Neutral Colors for Natural Style
Finally, as an interior designer told me once, “I’m a neutralist. Not a colorist.” If your design calls for muted tones, relaxation, and a feeling of bringing the outside indoors, neutral colors are definitely in fashion. The past few years have raised awareness in our collective consciousness about many things. The state of our planet, being kinder to the earth, and sustainability are on our minds. Simplicity in color and the minimalist (again) feel of the neutral palette bring an aesthetic to the room that is just undeniably fresh and organic.
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