BRIGHT & BREEZY - ‘Carefree pleasure in a cheerfully coloured interior’
Looking to reconnect people and groups to a shared reality and inclusivity after a long period of isolation, the 2022 trend, Bright and Breezy, has been designed by the Flower Council of Holland in an effort to bring us back together, help to take away our worries and remind us how to enjoy life once more.
Bright and Breezy in the interior
A cheerfully coloured interior can’t help but give pleasure, use uncomplicated patterns with checks, stripes or pictures of the natural world. Add greenery by way of flowers and flowering plants to bring the final touch of positive energy.
Bright and Breezy outdoors
The outdoor space can also be colourful and have a holiday vibe, a place where you can relax amongst flowers and plants. This doesn’t have to be a tidy space; a touch of wildness has its charm. Think of colourful borders, striped parasols, and cheerful pick-your-own-flowers gardens as a new take on the traditional kitchen garden.
Bright and Breezy shapes, textures and materials
To achieve the look, shapes and patterns should be bold and with a touch of individuality. Ceramics, coloured glass, plastics, textiles, raffia and granite compositions are all materials that fit perfectly within Bright and Breezy where the materials can be natural, artisan and practical at the same time.
Bright and Breezy colour palette
The colour chart consists of cheerful and powerful pastel tones such as pink, blue, mint green and pale orange, alternated with more vivid accents, with coral red in particular playing a fresh and also softening role.
For more information on the FCH Trends visit www.flowercouncilofholland.co.uk