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©Katya Hutter Floral Design
©Katya Hutter Floral Design
©Katya Hutter Floral Design
©Katya Hutter Floral Design

Katya Hutter

  • Flower designer
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Master Artisan
Katya Hutter Flower designer
Dutch, English, Russian
By appointment only
+31 643535023
©Consuelo Edeling

Soulful flowers

  • • Katya uses flowers to connect with people
  • • Japanese expertise has shaped her work
  • • She is inspired by garden blooms and the Golden Age

Katya Hutter’s timeless, yet contemporary floral arrangements, have a sculptural beauty, as well as a sense of something being expressed, an emotion, a story, an idea – something that speaks to the admirer, ultimately connecting with them. This budding floral designer found her calling after being inspired by the wondrous variety of flowers in a local flower market in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands. The world of blooms opened up to her, drawing her towards Paris and the Japanese master floral designer Atsushi Taniguchi who taught her to pay attention to each individual flower, to truly see each flower and be guided by it. Her motto is "artistic expression and respect for flowers", and her goal is to let them speak and tell their story through her creations. Katya’s style is lush, abundant, and surprising.

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  • ©Katya Hutter Floral Design
  • ©Cher van Pelt
  • ©Katya Hutter Floral Design
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  • ©Kristina Kutena
Photo: ©Katya Hutter Floral Design
A Winter Floral Arrangement / Frozen branches and roses

A floral arrangement in winter tones: frosted grey, cold blue, cold pink, black, with red and purple accents. It has a cascading shape and shows different flower types: rose, scabiosa, rosehip, hydrangea, clematis, dry and fresh foliage.

Width 80 cm
Height 120 cm

Photo: ©Cher van Pelt
An Early Spring Bouquet

An early spring hand tied bouquet in a natural round shape, made with fresh flowers and foliage: dyed deep blue tulips, white and black anemones and eucalyptus. It is made in a spiral technique and has a loose shape.

Height 60 cm
Diameter 50 cm

Photo: ©Katya Hutter Floral Design
A Summer Floral Installation

A floral installation made with summer flowers on a wall in red, peach, terracotta and green shades. This natural floral arrangement features several varieties of fresh and dyed flowers: rose, rosehip, dahlia, baby breath, ruscus, dyed eucalyptus.

Width 80 cm
Height 130 cm

Photo: ©Katya Hutter Floral Design
An Autumn Floral Arrangement

A dynamic floral arrangement in warm autumn hues: deep orange, terracotta, brick red, peach, yellow, bleached beige; it’s made with fresh roses and rosehip branches, dry and dyed palm leaves, dry amaranth, dyed Italian eucalyptus, accents of baby breath and lagurus ovatus.

Width 100 cm
Height 150 cm

Photo: ©Kristina Kutena
An Exotic Bouquet of Flowers

This cascading exotic floral bouquet in deep and bright reds, dark greens and deep purples with fuchsia accents is made with Hawaiian palm, gloriosa, viburnum, David Austin garden roses, peonies, dahlias and artichokes. It has an elongated and loose shape.

Length 100 cm
Width 50 cm

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Amsterdam: creativity along the water canals
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As much as Amsterdam is acclaimed for its floating markets and art, it is also known for its canals and the houses that border them, where financiers, doctors and craftspeople resided in the past. Follow our itinerary to discover present-day artisans who continue to draw inspiration from the city’s waterways.

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