Cloud Shaped Compositions

Especially popular in the context of the combination of interior and flower design

By: FLORITY FAIR | 28-04-2021 | 1 min read
For a couple of years now, in the floral sector, compositions in the shape of a cloud have become very popular. Especially in the context of the combination of interior and flower design. The interior design market is one of the most important growth opportunities for floral designers.  

Cloud Shaped Compositions

We find them made with every type of florals: with fresh, dry and even stabilised elements, depending on the use, budget and duration that you want to give to the composition.   Suspended Cloud gold - a blog by Flority Fair on Thursd - Featured.jpeg.png  

Two Designs We Realized

The interior decor, therefore, steals products previously used only to set up important events such as weddings. And rightly so: why spend so much for a single day and not to furnish the environment in which you live your everyday life? We show you two examples of designs we realized. One in the version with only greens. Stabilized greens of different types, from beargrass to asparagus and one golden made with pampas grass and elements of dried foliage dried and then golden painted dried foliage.   Suspended Green Cloud - a blog by Flority Fair on Thursd - Featured.jpeg.png   The airy touch is achieved through the selection of delicate textured floral varieties like pampas, lagurus, ruscus, magnolia, and eucalyptus.   Suspended Cloud gold 2 - a blog by Flority Fair on Thursd - Featured.jpeg.png  

Green Becomes a Necessity

These suspended clouds are used also to create a focal point for wedding receptions or meeting rooms. Green is not only a trend: it is becoming a necessity in our everyday lives!  
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Roses from May to June, tulips for Valentine's Day and dahlias in September, this is FlorityFair's idea of seasonality. Giulia Giontella, an international Chilean lawyer who founded the first italian online portal of slow flowers. . The team is committed to spread flowers across Italy: Napoleon, Asiatic, has a passion for singing between deliveries: it is easy to hear him in the alleys of Rome whistling songs, preferably 1980s. Federico, roman designer, deals with the creation of bouquets and his goal is to bring gerbera back into fashion, helped by Irene, keen on crafts and DIY. The passion of flowers is the thread that unites Flority team.


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