Trends 2019

BLOOM’s shows what’s hot! Whether for the whole year or the wedding of all florists and designers, the Advent and Christmas season. BLOOM’s professional trend scout team constantly discovers innovative trend movements and uses them to formulate general trends for florists and designers. Rely on our expertise and let us show you what’s hot.

Mulberry Tracery

Limiting the colours in floral creations down to a few natural shades and hues of white particularly emphasises the subtle difference between the textures of the floral materials. Crafting matching products from mulberry tree bark adds the necessary structure to the arrangements. 

Floraldesign

Lukas Ernle trained with some of Europe’s top florists and has a degree in floral design. His signature style is modern and minimalist. As a floral art director with ZINNOBER BLUMEN in Berlin, he is responsible for the design of all of the studio’s flower arrangements. He followed Klaus Wagener’s invitation to demonstrate his skills … [Read more…]

Easter Twig Wreaths

Door, wall and table wreaths are traditional and commonly seen decorations before and during Easter. Here are some innovative, contemporary interpretations of this kind of arrangement made from bare twigs with decorations in a limited range of colours.           To create the negative shape of two semi-profile wreaths, you need a … [Read more…]

Workbook – Floral Advent Window Displays

This book features fifteen Advent window displays from florist shops in DENMARK, SWITZERLAND and GERMANY. The different design approaches, flower arrangements and techniques are captured in 400 pictures. Informative texts provide background information on the shops, the various designs and the approaches used. Practical tips and information on a wide range of different ways to … [Read more…]

BLOOM’s VIEW WORLD 2-18

Once again, autumn with all its opulence, cornucopia of fruit and glorious colours is almost here. It is often associated with traditional, frequently rustic looking shapes and designs inspired by the countryside. In the first part of our magazine, we show you how to design such arrangements with modern aspects in a way that is … [Read more…]