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Spring Ahead With Floral Designer Alix Astir's New Collection Inspired By Parisian Romance And The Modernity Of New York

TRELLIS FINE FLORALS UNVEILS STYLISH NEW WEBSITE FEATURING CREATIVE ARRANGEMENTS, PREMIUM CUSTOMER SERVICE AND THE LATEST TIPS AND TRENDS FOR THE SEASON

NEW YORK, Feb. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With New York Fashion Week underway, Valentine's Day approaching and "Radiant Orchid" befittingly named Pantone's Color of the Year, premier floral designer Alix Astir of Trellis Fine Florals is unveiling her latest Collection designed to delight for Spring 2014.  Inspired by the romantic allure of Paris and the dynamism and modernity of New York City, Trellis Fine Florals' spring arrangements combine high style and nature for a one-of-a-kind aesthetic. The Collection will debut with the launch of the all-new website, www.TrellisFineFlorals.com.

Premiere floral designer Alix Astir of Trellis Fine Florals presents the Radiant Orchid as part of her Spring Floral Collection

Located in the heart of New York's Flower District in Chelsea, Trellis Fine Florals is renowned for stunning arrangements that embody the creative vision of founder Alix Astir.  A native New Yorker, Alix Astir studied the art of floral design at the New York Botanical Garden and completed her training at the Ecole des Fleurs at the Hotel de Crillon. As a result, Trellis Fine Florals has become one of the most sought-after floral design firms in New York.

This season, Trellis is promising to push the envelope beyond the traditional, offering unique pairings of flowers and elements of nature, saturated color palettes and rare blooms. "Living things naturally bring vibrancy and a loving energy to any space or occasion," says Alix Astir.

Trellis Fine Florals tips and trends for Spring 2014 floral design include:

  • incorporating organic elements such as succulents, drift wood, lotus pods and wheatgrass
  • mixing full blooms such as peonies and garden roses with equally expansive hydrangeas
  • accenting one-color arrangements with brights – such as the new Radiant Orchid or other color-saturated flowers such as plum-colored calla lilies and roses

Trellis Fine Florals ships custom arrangements nationwide and offers an exclusive floral subscription service as well as personalized floral decor arranging in homes or offices. 

In addition to her work as a floral designer, Alix Astir is also a dedicated humanitarian. As an advisory board member of Good Deeds Day 2014, Alix partners with other civic-minded entrepreneurs, business leaders and humanitarians to inspire community service. She is also serving on the Benefit Committee of the New York Mission Society's 2014 Champions for Children Gala on March 12, 2014 at the iconic Plaza Hotel.

Contact:  
Helen Shelton for Trellis Fine Florals
Finn Partners, Inc.
212.593.6443
[email protected]

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