These are the flowers you will decorate your home with in 2023

These are the flowers you will decorate your home with in 2023

A beautiful way to brighten up your space (Image: Bloom & Wild)

Whether they’re unexpectedly delivered to your front door, or you pick up a bunch of them while doing the food shop, flowers have a knack for making us smile.

We all have our favorites – Katy Perry seems to love hydrangeas, while Madonna loves white roses.

But don’t think that flowers are immune to trends. In fact, 2022 has been the year of dried flowers, with everyone displaying dried flower bouquets in their homes.

“Spontaneous” bouquets were in too – with a messy, wild look perfect for anyone without a natural talent for flower arranging.

But now, it’s time to look ahead, and the flower experts at Bloom & Wild have released their trend forecasts for 2023.

Barbicour Packages

Bouquets Barbie will be proud of (Photo: Bloom & Wild)

correct. Not even your vases can escape the Barbiecore trend.

Believed to have been started by Valentino, Barbicure and all things hot pink are coming to the world of flowers as well.

Instead of soft, red colors, think about bright, warm pink bouquets, which Barbie and Ken might display in their dream home.

“We’ve already seen an increase in people looking for more vibrant pinks versus traditional pastels, and we expect the Barbiecore pink trend to fully emerge around the middle of next year,” said Joe Reason, president of the brand and group, Bloom & Wild.

“Our bouquets will feature pink roses, tulips, stocks, lisianthus – and a little greenery to break up the pink.”

Blooms to impress

Pressed flowers impress (Photo: Bloom & Wild)

If 2022 is the year of the dried bouquet, then 2023 will be the year of the pressed flower.

Of course, TikTok has a lot to answer for, as DIYers share their pressed flower creations.

Caroline Grimble, lead florist at Bloom & Wild, added: “We’ve noticed a rise in people sharing ways to preserve their wedding bouquets on Pinterest this year, but this trend will hit the mainstream in 2023, as flower presses are no longer the preserve of artisans. “.

Beautiful lavender

Digital lavender is the color of 2023 (Image: Bloom & Wild)

Color experts at Coloro+WGSN predict that “Digital Lavender” will be next color of the year in 2021.

They wonderfully said that the color signifies “the stability, serenity and digital escape that many of us have built into our recovery rituals to protect and improve our mental health during difficult times.”

There has already been a significant rise in the number of people displaying lavender flowers in their homes, especially with contrasting colors of orange and coral.

They are also very popular among gardeners, as bumblebees are attracted to them.

The flower is expected to be a choice for brides this year, due to its popular color and amazing scent.

A little bit of all white

Bright white flowers are very popular (Image: Bloom & Wild)

From the “clean girl” aesthetic to coastal granny fashion, white is having a moment in our style, interiors, and now flowers.

Joe Reason added: “In 2022, white was the best-selling flower, and we expect demand for all-white bouquets to increase in the new year, in line with interior and cultural trends.”

It is also believed that we will see white bouquets appearing at King Charles’ coronation next year.

Plants that make you feel good

These plants work hard (Image: Bloom & Wild)

Plants not only look pretty, but they do a lot for your health when it comes to guzzling carbon dioxide.

“We expect to see our Boston ferns flying off the shelves,” explains Keira Kay, Bloom & Wild plant expert. “Because of their wavy edges, they are experts at absorbing pollutants in the air like formaldehyde, xylene, and toluene.”

“Other leading plants in terms of absorbing carbon dioxide are snake plants, succulents and prayer plants.”

The queen’s favourite

The flower appears in the Princess of Wales’s wedding bouquet (Image: Getty Images)

Said to be the Queen’s favorite flower, the lily of the valley was featured in her coronation bouquet, as well as in Kate Middleton’s wedding flowers.

Due to the sad passing of the Queen, it is believed that this flower will be the best choice as people continue to remember the late Queen.

“Although it is not the type that can be easily sold in commercial bouquets due to its stem being only 20cm long, its decorations will appear in art and fashion, and we may see more of them in one-off wedding bouquets in 2023,” Carolyn Grimble said. .’

The flower grows throughout the UK and blooms in early spring – it is said to symbolize love, motherhood and purity.


The best flowers of 2022

Best selling flowers:

  1. Roses
  2. Peony
  3. Lilies
  4. Stores
  5. Alstroemeria

Best selling colours:

  1. white
  2. Pink color
  3. yellow
  4. red
  5. purple

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