Kelli Ellis and Mark Woodman

In this creatively informative video series, interior designer Kelli Ellis and color expert Mark Woodman bring to life how architects, designers and homeowners can decorate with flowers to inspire emotions and enhance commercial and residential spaces.

Watch and share Two-Minute Trends with people you know who want to create welcoming entryways and lobbies, engaging conversation spaces, wellness dens and more. Plus, learn about Rutgers and Harvard University research on other benefits of flowers beyond beauty, such as instilling happiness and decreasing anxiety.



About Kelli Ellis

Kelli is an internationally recognized designer, TV personality, a founding partner of Design Campus, and author of the best-selling Design Psychology Coaching book, “Do I Look Skinny in this House?” She was featured in 2017 at Modernism Week and at Maison et Objet and has collections of outdoor furniture, fabric, lighting, rugs, tile and art. She has been featured in numerous publications and on television, including NBC, ABC, BBC, SKY, LUXE, Elle Décor, Modern Luxury, Angeleno, Vegas Luxury, CA Homes and Design, Dwell, Domino, O Magazine, and Traditional Home Magazine. She began her broadcast career on TLC’S Clean Sweep and HGTV’s Takeover My Makeover, Move or Improve, Celebrity Holiday Homes, and House Hunters Renovation. Kelli stars in her own show on The Design NetworkDesign Therapy.

About Mark Woodman

Mark Woodman, CMG is a passionate designer, trend-spotter, writer and speaker, has designed interiors, consulted on diverse product lines, and contributed to the pages and airwaves of media, and the stages of international exhibitions. Mark’s aesthetic understanding of “real-life” color and design helps balance his approach to product specification, complementing practical application with the excitement of the new. In addition, he facilitates trend panels for numerous companies and served as President of Color Marketing Group, the international non-profit association that studies and discerns color direction. His designs have graced the pages of numerous publications as well as the editorial and cover of the book, Color in Small Spaces.

The Society of American Florists would like to give a special thanks to Asocolflores and Flowers of Colombia for their support of this educational video series on how flowers enhance interior spaces. is hosted by the Society of American Florists, the U.S. floral industry trade association. Click below to find a local SAF member florist to send flowers, roses and gifts for delivery.