Floral Studio

336 East 13th Street

New York, NY 10003

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Detox Your Office with Fresh Flower Arrangements

Office Flowers

Do you work in a very stressful environment? Are you spending long, long hours in a badly lit cube surrounded by people you’re less than fond of? Do you experience frequent tension headaches, neck pain, and gastrointestinal distress? Most New Yorkers spend far more time in their workplace than anywhere else – including their own… Continue Reading »

Say I Do to February Flowers

Say I Do to February Flowers

A new month marks a new life for seasonal flowers as they bloom into their full beauty. The month of February welcomes a new range of florals at their peak just in time for your February wedding. Though there may be fewer flower choices in the colder months, these versatile and beautiful blooms will leave… Continue Reading »

Nature of Floriography

nature of floriography

A Quick History on The Pleasantly Fanciful Nature of Floriography Autumn partners well with the Victorian aesthetic. And when considering the Victorian era, one cannot help but think of the strangely pleasing nature of floriography. The language of flowers – emotions symbolized by a flower’s color and form – could be simple or enormously complex, with one… Continue Reading »

A Season of Delights: Fresh Flower Arrangements Celebrating Spring

Welcome Springtime Flowers

As New Yorkers, we spend a lot of time inside. It’s part of the hard-working, hard-playing culture we enjoy here: we’re either hard at work, enjoying a great club or restaurant, or, on those precious rare moments when we can, enjoying our homes. Having fresh flower arrangements delivered to the home or workplace can help… Continue Reading »

Make an Office Birthday Bright

February Birthday Flowers

It’s easy to brighten a colleague’s birthday when you rely on your Manhattan florist to send the most beautiful arrangement. Let’s face it; we probably spend more time with our co-workers than with our own family. Most of us develop close relationships with the people we work with, which is why it’s nice to recognize… Continue Reading »