April 19, 2013

Florist Friday: Interview with Yukinobu Fujino of Fleurs Tremolo

Recently on Pinterest, I discovered the beautiful work of Japan-based florist Yukinobu Fujino of Fleurs Tremolo.

I very much admire his work.  So I asked Yukinobu if he’d like to be featured on Flowerona…

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Could you tell us what prompted you to become a florist?

Since childhood, I’ve always liked to make something, draw and assemble models.

I also love animals and plants.  And I studied biology at university.

My first job was in a florist shop, where I was inspired by the manager.  He is still my great teacher, even now.

When did you start your business and where are you based?

I worked at an old established florist for ten years. And I started my business in my home town of Hiroshima in Japan about seven years ago.

What kind of floristry services do you offer?

We offer wedding flowers, everyday flowers, flowers for gifts and hold flower lessons.

How would you describe your style?

Simple and natural, classical with modern colours…

What is your favourite flower?

Roses, ranunculus, hydrangeas, peonies, dahlias and wild flowers in my country.

Here is a selection of Yukinobu’s stunning floral designs…

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Aren’t they just so beautiful?  I really love the simplicity and sophisticated feel of Yukinobu’s creations…

If you’d like to keep up-to-date with his news, he’s on Facebook and has a blog. Plus he’s on Pinterest.

One of my goals for 2013 is to feature more international florists.  So, if you can recommend any wonderful ones from around the world…please do let me know.

Simply leave a comment below in the ‘Leave a Reply’ box or send me an email. Thank you!

(Images : Yukinobu Fujino/Fleurs Tremolo)

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