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Hands down, a fresh bunch of flowers is the easiest way to add a low-maintenance pop of color to any space. And whether we’re looking for the hottest new floral trends in home decor or finding creative ways to elevate supermarket bouquets, nothing gives us more inspiration than Instagram. (Seriously: Apart from design blogs, it’s the best way to see what’s trending in the design space.)
Ahead, check out the florists whose photos we’re liking, commenting on, and dreaming about for our next dinner party.
New York-based florist Brittany Asch is fashion’s latest it girl, and for good reason: Her arrangements feel emotionally charged, thanks to a mix of more delicate options and wild succulents. For Asch, the purpose of a well-designed bouquet is to make you feel something, no matter what that something might be.
Playing with cheerful combinations of whites, reds, and pinks, Blush in New Zealand is particularly known for their delicate wedding arrangements that always aim to bring a smile to their clients’ faces. Delicate, high-end roses make up the majority of the company’s work (which you can buy online as well), all in a variety of shades that one can mix and match with ease.
Mary Lennox’s knack for artful display of elegant florals never ceases to amaze us. Follow along the Berlin-based floral-stylist extraordinaire to see how she effortlessly manages to tackle even the most avant-garde of arrangements.
For those whose aesthetics align with seeing florals in their natural element, this one’s for you. From elaborate displays to country-chic arrangements that exude bucolic bliss, Saipua’s take on florals always has us coming back for more.
Fox Fodder Farm’s blooms grace the “it” shops and hotels of NYC, and it’s easy to see why. The Brooklyn-based floral design studio’s floral arrangements are sourced from all over the world, and often feature a slew of unexpected pairings presented in a fresh, new light.
Run by Alicia and Adam Rico, Bows And Arrows’ feed emulates their mantra of preserving the natural and existing integrity of florals. Coupled with an inspired presentation, and no shortage of picture-perfect blooms, this duo is a must follow!
This New York-based floral design company certainly doesn’t hold back when it comes to their extravagant arrangements. Follow along for the most beautiful snapshots that are sure to be a departure from your typical feed.
Liza Lubell of Pear Tree Flowers is one floral designer who really knows her stuff. Whimsical, bright, and out-of-this-world, her arrangements are simply ethereal. As an added bonus, Lubell also shares snapshots of her wanderlust-inducing travels abroad.
Anna Potter’s “little flower shop” has reached international acclaim. The floral-enthusiast’s work encompasses more than just your standard bouquet and her feed offers an exclusive, behind-the-scenes peek at all her projects and doings.
Lisa Przystup splits her time between Brooklyn and Upstate NY, and documents her wanderings along the way. The founder of James’s Daughter Flowers divides her feed between equal parts travel and seemingly unreal blooms, often found in their natural element.
Marisa Competello is the brainchild behind the ultra chic Metaflora. Her floral arrangements definitely skew towards the untraditional and border on the art-like. We’re taking major cues from her exotically-sourced picks!
This story was originally published May 12, 2017. It has been updated with new information.