Dried flowers continue to reign supreme as one of the best-loved interior design trends, guaranteed to add a stylish touch to any room. Whether you’re looking for a Parisian chic look, Scandi minimalism, or to add a touch of cottagecore, a dried floral bouquet is a trendy addition that brightens and lifts the space, whilst adding extra texture.
Bunches is committed to making a difference to the world we live in, as well as the people in it, donating a minimum of ten per cent of its profits to charitable projects both in the UK and abroad, so your gift will not only bring a smile to their face but help worthy causes too.
The company is also working hard to reduce its environmental impact, sourcing flowers from eco-conscious flower farms, as well as delivering its letterbox blooms in plastic-free, 100% recyclable packaging.
Choose as a gift to a loved one or treat yourself to a long-lasting bouquet to add a natural touch to your home.
What’s in dried flowers?
Dried Eucalyptus, Lavender, Pampas Grass, Corn, Grasses such as Achillea and Gypsophila, and dried flowers such as Roses and Daisies, are popular choices.
Whether you prefer bold magenta, sunny yellow, pretty pinks, natural beige, royal purple or rustic orange, Bunches’ range of bouquets suits all tastes and home décor styles – priced at an affordable £25.
How to style dried flowers
Dried flowers are the perfect addition to the home for any minimalist, a means of bringing a natural touch to your home sustainably whilst elevating your interior décor. Bunches recommend displaying your dried flowers in a glass vase on your dining table or to dress a mantelpiece, but you can also get creative too – try hanging them from ceilings and doorways for an on-trend look. However you choose to display your bouquet, Bunches’ exquisite range of dried flower bouquets is sure to make your home bloom.
Caring for dried flowers
When properly cared for, dried flowers can last up to 3 years, so are considered a sustainable option. As a natural product, they may change in appearance and fade in colour, but this adds to their charm and versatility.
Keep in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and out of cold draughts. Sometimes vases can capture moisture and humidity, so check the stems within the vase to check they’re staying dry to avoid any mould. If they are damp, consider moving them into a different vase or pot.
Bunches recommend a light blast with a hairdryer on a low heat setting as the gentlest way to ensure your blooms stay free of dust.
Dried flowers are fragile, so you may see some natural fall out from flowers or grasses. Keep these for use in other ways – dropped lavender can be collected and made into a pouch for a calming scent. You could also keep petals and add them to glass frames for a chic wall hanging. A popular choice at weddings, keep your dried bouquet for years to come or why not turn fallen petals into biodegradable confetti?
Further details about all the products can be found on the Bunches website.