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Our biggest spring trend

HomesInteriors|24 March 2020
<p><span style="font-size: 16px;">Dried and fake flowers haven't always been a popular as they are now, but we can already see they are becoming one of the biggest trends this spring. Flowers and plants such as pampas grass, eucalyptus and dried poppies all make great additions to your home. Team them with a statement vase or pop them in a frame to hang on your gallery wall and you'll have nailed the spring trend. </span></p>
Our biggest spring trend

Dried and fake flowers haven’t always been as popular as they are now, but we can already see they are becoming one of the biggest trends this spring. Flowers and plants such as pampas grass, eucalyptus and dried poppies all make great additions to your home. Team them with a statement vase or pop them in a frame to hang on your gallery wall and you’ll have nailed the spring trend. We’ve gathered our top three ways of featuring dried flowers in your home.

 

Bedside table accessory

Dried or fake flowers are the perfect accessory for your bedside table. They create a light and airy feel whilst brightening up the area. They’re incredibly low maintenance (we advise a light dust or wipe down once a week to keep them dust free) and they finish off a room making it look homely and cosy.

 

Pressed and primed

Pressed flowers are a relatively new trend that started to become more popular last year. They create such a beautiful look and make for the perfect addition to a gallery wall or open shelf. You can buy pressed flowers already in a frame or you can do them yourself. They’re a perfect DIY job for when you’re looking for things to do at home.

 

Centre stage

More often that not, less is more. Sometimes, the best centre pieces for your dining or coffee table are the most understated ones. We don’t think you can go wrong with a large statement vase and a couple of sprigs of dried Eucalyptus. It adds a subtle amount of nature without being too much.

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