Now the dark days are behind us it’s time for some colour in the interior. Warm colours bring the warmth we are looking for in the winter. Bright colours bring the joy of spring into our homes. Totally on-trend according to the Horticulture...
Plants are always trendy, but the trends in the world of flowerpots change from year to year depending on the interior trends. Time to spot the latest trends so that our green friends look fabulous the coming months.
Green is an ongoing trend in interior design and it’s also a hit on the runway. Pantone has even named greenery colour of 2017. So it seems like we’re going green this year. Is your wardrobe already greenery proof?
Plants are the most wanted accessory and bringing nature indoor is becoming more important as a way of life. So it’s no surprise that Pantone was inspired by nature and declared greenery as colour of 2017. Let’s see how to decorate with this vibrant colour.
In a world where we get more and more impressions, we also increasingly need to rest. Less remains more. Considered luxury is an atmospheric, neutral style which evolves around attention for the small pleasures in life. The need to rest is satisfied with bright, quiet and fresh...
Shared individualism is one of the featured styles from the Flexa ColourFuture 2017. A style that shows that you can connect elements with colour to create a warm and welcoming home.
The botanic interior trend seems seems to stay around. Also, in the new romanticism style by Flexa plants are the most important accessory. Good news for everyone who loves botanical and nature.
Denim gets never out of fashion and it’s the trend colour for you interior in 2017. Curious about the styling options I dived into the Flexa ColourFutures 2017.
Stopping by a florist for a moment to (let) put together a beautiful bouquet from the flowersea, I love it. Unfortunately it seems that other millennials (20-35 year) can’t always find the florist. Does the florist has a future?
The Dutch VT Wonen en Design Beurs is the place to be, if you want to change something in your house. At the biggest housing fair of The Netherlands, we went looking for the developments in the field of housing and design and discovered that simplicity, nature and warmth are the home...