The fans are the biggest reason we do what we do 

Decorum is a flower and plant brand for everyone, from consumers to exporters and from garden centres to florists. Everyone who is affiliated with us is a "value carrier" of the organisation and contributes to the total establishment and image. Decorum has a broad network of partners and our brand is available to everyone. Whether you are an exporter, wholesaler, florist or retailer, we offer various partnerships..

Dmitry Turcan (Rusland)

Dmitry Turcan is a one of the most recognisable Russian-speaking floral artists who lives in St. Petersburg, Russia. He is the founder of the online school of floristics Turcan International Flower School and Turcan Flower Bureau.

In February 2018, Dmitry moved to St. Petersburg and founded theTurcan Flower Bureau, a multi-level space that was created in order to bring people together and inspire them to creative realisation. Now it combines a flower shop, an area to organise offline and online workshops, laboratory where experiments with flowers are conducted, and also a place for holding meetings, discussions and presentations not necessarily related to floristry.

A winner of many awards including Best in Show and Gold at the 2018 Singapore Garden Festival he was the designer who created the magnificent Lady Gaga floral piano.

Hanneke Frankema (The Netherlands)

"Quality and Decorum are synonymous."

Since Hanneke Frankema was awarded the title of ‘Master Florist’ – at the time the youngest florist ever to do so – her floral life has been a rollercoaster of activity. She regularly flies to Beijing, Moscow, the US, and Europe to give masterclasses and demonstrations.

Hanneke’s distinctive work has won many national and international awards, including winning the Dutch National Championship of floristry 2018 and the Barcelona World Flower Cup 2012. All these achievements naturally earned her a place as a jury member in two seasons of the popular Dutch TV show ‘The Netherlands’ Best Flower Stylist’.

Manfred Hoffmann (Germany)

Sustainability is becoming more important to florists. More and more florists are looking at things like used products when they buy, such as Manfred Hofmann. Mr. Hofmann has two beautiful flower shops in Düsseldorf and is also creative director of Fachverband Deutscher Floristen. "Decorum is more than just a brand for me, because I got to know the growers and employees behind the brand. I have seen how much effort they make to use as few resources as possible during cultivation. And they use as many organic products as possible. This is important to florists. ''I want to work safely and sell products that I can support'',  says Mr. Hoffmann.

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