Interior | Styling Silk Flowers


The show gardens of Chelsea Flower Show have all but wrapped for another year, but you can still bring the outside in with some beautiful hand arranged silk flowers.

Of course, nothing quite matches the scent (and sentiment) of fresh blooms, but faux petals have never looked more realistic. Unlike their fresh-cut equivalents, these arrangements can be enjoyed around the house long after the flowering season has passed.

Bedside Blooms: Pretty in Pink Peonies

The English peony season spans just a few weeks in late spring and early summer, and florists will tell you the blossoming of these flowers are particularly precarious to predict. These silk versions are as abundant and bold as the real thing in full, eruptive bloom.

Bathroom Foliage: Cool Eucalyptus 

Cool, evergreen foliage works best in a bathroom. The simplicity and height of these Eucalyptus stems has a clean and fresh look that, in an all-white setting with a few skincare and beauty favourites, definitely has that apothecary feel.


Reception Room: Pure Hydrangeas

Larger spaces like reception rooms call for round, pillow-like hydrangea heads and these contemporary pure white petals are particularly striking with the contrast fresh green. A springlike feel, season after season.


Dressing table: Posy of Roses 

The single stem English garden rose could adorn any dressing table alone, but a whimsical posy of them is delightful. A pretty, table top addition to your make up routine.


Thank you to Brissi for supplying these beautiful silk blooms and crystal waterfall vase. The full Fleur de Brissi range can be found online.

© All photography and views expressed in this blog are my own. For more information, and for details of my editorial policy, please see my blog disclaimer.


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