With spring in full swing here in South Africa florals are making a strong comeback. Fresh flowers is a must for any home or special occasion, whether it be a wedding or party or to simply compliment your home decor. But what are the floral trends for 2020?
The lovilees at Savia Bruta, located in Spain, shared some pretty amazing inspiration with me that I just had to pass on to you.
1. Dutch Masters of still life
The Rijks Museum is full of floral masterpieces that are timeless in their appeal. Entering in the chromatic range of dust-pinks, roses and light-browns combined with artisanal ceramic vessels. These center pieces sets a romantic tone and creates a warm and embracing feel.
2. Multi-color, multi-texture, multi-layer and multi-height
Multi-color, multi-texture, multi-layer and multi-height is what another table centerpiece expresses to us–an imperial table whose decoration stands tall above the guests with material varied from dried palms to fresh cut vines and large heliconia flowers draping down its sides. Youthful and modern styles brought to us again by this floral workshop specialized in artistic design.
3. Whimsical greens
The inspiration for Savia Bruta´s centerpieces always begins with nature itself, a chaotic and sweet nature, using the contrast between the shapes and colors of the flowers, leaves and fruit.
4. The use of fresh fruit
This look features fresh fruit collected from the mountains surrounding Madrid, and other greenery, making us feel as if we were right there on the mountain side. The use of fresh fruit brings vibrant colors and interesting textures to the table and floral centerpieces.
5. Dried flowers
I am totally in love with dried flowers at the moment, and this is a trend making headway 2020. Baby´s breath, a classic redesigned with modern styles, the amaranthus, or fruits of the rosebush…the mixture of dry material with fresh flowers and greens creates a genré of floral design whose experience transports the viewer to imaginative ecosystems, lush ecosystems, ecosystems where you simply would rather be.
6. Botanical Greens
Finding the correct balance of raw material used in each design, the combination of garden roses with fern leaves, hydrangea, maple branches, dahlia and digitalis picked from their garden, Cortaderia, Sedum, palm leaves, orchids, and grape vines is part of the enriching journey that carries the floral designers to their finished ephemeral works.
A big thank you to Savia Bruta for sharing their unique vision with us through their collection of table centerpieces. If you are ever fortunate enough to visit Spain, you can discover this artisanal desig in their workshop located in Madrid on the street Travesía del Reloj, número 4.
Other suppliers that made this shoot possible include photography by Lara Onac, Coordination and artistic direction by Rodolfo Mcartney of NoQuieroAgencia, silk by Warm and Wild, dishware by Eva’s Sand, Meseros by Estudio Requetebién, structures by Mobiliario Industrial and Ceramics by Sin Costilla.
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