Let’s face it: flowers will never go out of style. And right now, they’re trendier than ever! Floral prints for clothing are making a comeback and so are accessories made from flowers. Simultaneously, social media are overflowing with interior design photos featuring fabulous flowers. To get you inspired, here are three floral trends for the summer of 2019.

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The monochrome bouquet

One of the floral trends for the summer of 2019 is the single-coloured bouquet. This can be done by combining several varieties of flowers in the same colour. Or, by creating a bouquet using the same variety of flower but ones in closely related hues.

Anthurium bloemen in de Pantone kleur van 2018: Ultra Violet

Edible flowers

As we’ve said before, you’ll be seeing flowers everywhere this summer. Even in your food! They can appear in ice cubes, sorbets and cocktails or be used to garnish a salad or cake. Perfect for summertime, and these are just a few ideas! Be sure, however, to use edible flowers and don’t serve just any kind of flower as food.

Dried flowers

Another trend is the use of dried flowers. Just take a look at Instagram! And they can be used in so many different ways. Arrange them in a vase as you would fresh flowers, put them in little glass pots or under a bell jar, or frame them to hang on the wall.

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