Dark Season II

Now we stay at home. This bouquet is inspired in Celtic Halloween (Samhain).
Samhain is a Gaelic festival celebrating the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter or the “darker half” of the year.

The Celts believed that at this time of Samhain, the ghosts of the dead were able to mingle with the living, because at Samhain the souls of those who had died during the year travelled into the otherworld. People gathered to sacrifice animals, fruits, and vegetables. They also lit bonfires in honour of the dead, to aid them on their journey, and to keep them away from the living. On that day all manner of beings were abroad: ghosts, fairies, and demons–all part of the dark and dread.
Samhain became the Halloween

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Industrial Style

This style celebrates the beauty of factory premises, hard work, raw materials, rough surfaces which all add an unfinished look.
Now so trendy, that even IKEA has invited Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek to create the “Industrial” collection.

Industrial style interior designs are not very bright so you may add some colour with flowers and vintage posters on the walls.

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Vintage Feel!

We love retro style, because it allows us to capture some characteristics of past art styles and to mix them up with the present to create an eclectic style.

This week your bouquet has a vintage style, inspired in the burlesque and extravagant style originated in the Victorian era. Later adopted in cabarets, like “Moulin Rouge”, Hollywood and now in fashion again.

We can see it at Avoca, Prada, Miu Miu, Gucci and at many brands packaging, coffee shops, …. Great contributors to the revival of this style are the French designer Jean Paul Gautier and the performer Dita Von Teese.

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