Are you looking for ways to summon some much needed spring vibes? Start with your Instagram feed and follow some extraordinary floral profiles that cross the boundaries between nature, art and interiors. From florists and set designers to avant-garde magazines and established institutions – discover ten accounts to get you in the #inspiredbypetals mood.
It’s really hard not to fall in love with fairytale creations by this cult Berlin flower styling studio. Its founder @ruby_marylennox has already collaborated with Gucci on creating a mesmerising set design for the brand’s Bloom fragrance ad campaign.
Dreamy still life photographs by @doan_ly reflect modern sensibility of the NYC-based florist who’s not afraid to experiment with light, textures and unexpected props. She plays with the mood and associations to design truly unconventional arrangements.
Italian designer and paper artist @merendiandrea creates sophisticated still life compositions inspired by natural flowers, but filled with their own, poetic sense of beauty.
If you’re in the mood for flower crowns and unexpected arrangements bathed in millennial pink, head to @_flowerwitch. The Brooklyn-based florist offers variety and plenty of visual antidote to cold weather.
Australian florist @hattiemolloy inspires with her creative, unpredictable take on floristry. Expect unusual colour combinations and anything from banana plants to fruiting branches thrown into the mix.
Blossom and Dill
A creative studio by Sophie Witham, a florist and photographer based in the Cotswolds. Her Instagram profile @blossomanddill is full of ultra-saturated flower power inspired by Henri Matisse, botanical illustrations and Renaissance frescoes.
The Green Gallery
The Dutch online magazine celebrates all things floral in an artistic way. Some of their signature, moody imagery is posted to @the_greengallery where meticulously art directed editorials feature alongside famous floral paintings by the great masters.
The South Korean studio offers flower arrangement classes and plenty of inspiration for weddings and other special occasions. Follow @lapoetique_ for delicate, pastel compositions that look as if they were freshly picked up from a meadow.
Kwiaty i Miut
The creative duo behind this leading Polish floral studio has already written a book on flowers and designed a leafy, curated space for photo shoots. Check @kwiatyimiut_poznan and @miut_casa for their unique creations and boho/vintage interior ideas.
The Royal Horticultural Society
Last but not least, the renown British charity institution founded in 1804 with a mission to promote gardening and organise events such as the annual Chelsea Flower Show. Their official account @the_rhs is a visual diary of the changing seasons in a classic English garden.
Hope that you enjoyed reading my selection. Let me know which one has inspired you the most.