Our dried flower bunches have been designed to work together. In this blog, we talk through the fundamentals in how to design and choose the right dried flowers for you.
It's really important to consider which textures work well with each other. For example, if you want to use pampas grass, think about combining it with some of our dried broom or thistles. Here is a summary of the 3 different types to consider mixing.
Fluffy and Feather
Pampas grass, stipa grass, lagurus.
Broom, thistles, bougainvillea.
We love mixing similar colours to ensure that the core colour you're looking to create isn't diluted. This creates a timeless design which will fit into your interiors for years to come.
Here are some colour palette ideas to inspire you:
Neutrals and Whites
Pinks and Burgundies
Blues and Greens
Lilacs and Purples
Not all dried flower bunches work together. Our extra fluffy pampas stems work really well on their own and due to their natural height they are perfect for large vases, positioned in corners which need dressing. They are often arranged on the floor. Read our blog about different ways to style flowers for your home here.
Sometimes it's really easy to forget about the vase; it can be an afterthought. Your flowers, however, will be eye catching if your vase complements their style. Consider colour and shape first and foremost. Opaque vases are good as they disguise the stems: dried flower stems can be irregular in size as you don't have to worry about them being in water.
The width of the opening of the vase will determine how many flowers you need to fill it: a smaller neck will mean less stems. Here are some of our favourites from homewares collection:
Please visit our online shop to discover our range of quality dried flowers. Amazingly on-trend, sustainable, and beautiful.
For further inspiration regarding dried flowers, have a read of our guide to stylish dried flower arrangements for the home.