Refresh your Home with Faux Botanicals.

Using plants, flowers and foliage around the home not only creates a welcoming vibe for guests but improves our mood, connects us to nature and adds a a sense of completion, that all important finishing touch to the interior design and style of your pad.

Bring out your inner florist to create a stunning mixed arrangement of blooms for your entrance or keep it natural and simple with grasses and seed pods for a wistful meadowy vibe.

Seasonal Transitions.

Each season brings with it a different botanical flavour. Fresh yellows and greens of Spring, Pinky tones and Blousy Blooms in Summer, the enchanting Rusts of Autumn and the Stature of faded blooms and seed pods of Winter.

Reflecting the change of the seasons in our homes is one of the easiest ways to reinvigorate your decor and create a fresh new vibe on a relatively low budget.

Seasonal Transitions.

Each season brings with it a different botanical flavour. Fresh yellows and greens of Spring, Pinky tones and Blousy Blooms in Summer, the enchanting Rusts of Autumn and the Stature of faded blooms and seed pods of Winter

Reflecting the change of the seasons in our homes is one of the easiest ways to reinvigorate your decor and create a fresh new vibe on a relatively low budget. 

Pinks & Purples

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Always look to nature for colour inspiration. Pinks & Purples blend seamlessly together, a classic cottage garden combination. What works well for the garden will work well for the vase too.

Fresh or faux, Hydrangea remains one of the most popular blooms and it's one of the most simple flowers to arrange thanks to it's large heads full of petals. It will take just a few to add a large bulk to a mixed gathering but looks extremely effective displayed alone or in multiples.

Meadow Grass is a perfect filler stem for larger gatherings, and the lovely plum hue will complement luscious greens and blush tones alike. Textural and wild, this faux stem will pair beautifully with our other meadow flower stems.

With a tall arching stem full of deep purple 'real touch' petals, this tropical orchid will add a beautiful depth to a vase arrangement but will equally steal the show displayed as a single stem.

Wild and Loose.

The beauty of nature has an amazing knack of popping up everywhere and anywhere. From roadside verges, country lanes, urban scrubland, meadows, hedgerows and even cracks in the pavement. Many florists are now leaning towards a more loose and natural vibe and it's a simple look to recreate at home too. Our grasses and meadow flowers such as stirlingia, wild fennel and melaleuca are multi stemmed so just 1 or 2 of them can give you that naturally gathered look, adding in some more solid stems such as yarrow and angelica ebony will ensure you nail that meadow look perfectly.

Naturally Beautiful Grasses.

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Naturalistic planting schemes featuring swathes of grasses appeal to our senses. Watching and listening to their movement as they sway in the wind evoke feelings of calm and we can replicate this feeling in our interiors too. Pampas, Reed or Meadow Grasses will add oodles movement and texture, especially en masse.

For extra depth and texture add in some more solid structural stems such as mahogany pod, kartoos pod or dried wild allium.

Don't forget the Vase.

Choosing the right vessel for your botanicals is a large part of the design and aesthetic that you are trying to create. The juxtaposition of a rustic clay pot against some delicately shaded florals can be used to stunning effect, as can the earthy light hue and loose movement of pampas grass in a black richly textured vase. Decide who's going to be the real star though. An abundant colourful gathering of blooms may not give the vibe you want if it's trying to compete with a brightly coloured patterned vase! Our Pots and Vases tend to be earthy hues in concrete, wooden or shiny ceramics which contrast beautifully with the botanicals and adds a big dollop of texture.

Don't forget the Vase.

Choosing the right vessel for your botanicals is a large part of the design and aesthetic that you are trying to create. The juxtaposition of a rustic clay pot against some delicately shaded florals can be used to stunning effect, as can the earthy light hue and loose movement of pampas grass in a black richly textured vase. Decide who's going to be the real star though. An abundant colourful gathering of blooms may not give the vibe you want if it's trying to compete with a brightly coloured patterned vase! Our Pots and Vases tend to be earthy hues in concrete, wooden or shiny ceramics which contrast beautifully with the botanicals and adds a big dollop of texture. 

In Summary.

Seasonally refreshing your botanicals re-energises your space. Making new arrangements or adding to your existing ones creates a fresh look for your home on a relatively low budget whatever your vibe, be it garden style or meadow gatherings. Switch them up and move them around to add colour and interest to dark corners, tablescapes, bedside or bathrooms. Everywhere and anywhere!

In Summary.

Seasonally refreshing your botanicals re-energises your space. Making new arrangements or adding to your existing ones creates a fresh look for your home on a relatively low budget whatever your vibe, be it garden style or meadow gatherings. Switch them up and move them around to add colour and interest to dark corners, tablescapes, bedside or bathrooms. Everywhere and anywhere!