Forever in Bloom: How to enjoy faux flowers year round

There are faux floral displays that are timeless and are relevant all year round. We are however occasionally asked as to how to keep faux flower displays looking ‘current’ with the changing seasons. My response is simple, invest in some high quality faux foliage and then add a handful of seasonal stems – faux or fresh! This is not only affordable but creates variation throughout the year and is fun to do!

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Step 1. Add your foliage to a chosen vase. The foliage will look fantastic all year round and can even look amazing as a stand alone display of greenery for the weeks that you may still be deciding. The beauty of high quality faux is the longevity of the stems. Our favourite faux branches include our ‘Green Eucalyptus Branch’ and ‘Willow Eucalyptus’ as well as our medley of foliage called ‘Spring Greens’.

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Step 2. For Spring, consider colours that will compliment your interiors. Equally, with Springs arrival and the excitement of colourful blooms popping up, rules aside, I go for any colours/tones that bring a smile to my face. From our Spring collection, I love our ‘White Cherry Blossom’ with its mass of blossoms, or our delicate hand painted Tulips or elegant Magnolia. I gravitate towards soft pastel tones which looks subtle in the low Spring light.

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White flower display. Artificial florals. White roses. Greenery. Realistic white and green flower arrangement

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Step 3. Its summer! Its the time to get the roses out! If you are not a fan of roses, foxgloves or snapdragons make a stunning display with their height and boldness. If brave and bold if you thing, this year we are adding the happy yellow faux Sunflower to our collection. Another top favourite are peonies. With focal flowers, like these, being the stars of the display you only need to add 3 stems to make an impact. The peonies are fabulous to add after June when the fresh peonies are no longer available and you want to enjoy their fluffiness a little longer. Your guests will be wondering how your peonies lasted so long…must be something in the water!

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Step 5. Autumn is a celebration of transition as the tree leaves turn colour and colder nights set in. I love crispy burnt orange and burgundy foliage as well as the foraged berries look. Our ‘Seeded Burgundy Eucalyptus’ and ‘Maroon Eucalyptus’ are magical. Also our realistic ‘Blueberries’ and ‘Ivy and Berries Branch’ are perfect for adding interest and character to displays.

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Artificial flower arrangement. Winter display.  Artificial florals. Christmas faux flowers. Red roses. Hops. Festive flowers. Realistic faux flowers.

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Step 6. Winter arrives and the festive season begins. Additional deeper shades of foliage could be added such as our ‘Laurel’, Ficus leaves or Queen Annes Lace. Glossy greenery marries up nicely with our festive ‘Red Berry Branch’ and Red Hops. I always include our stunning show stopping ‘Ruby Rose’ stem. The rose goes well with my red and gold baubles and Christmas decor. In January, I remove any berries or glittery festive stems and keep the deep reds which retains the glamourous look throughout January and they stay in place until after Valentines day. Come mid February, I am quick to embrace Spring and my much loved faux blossom branches return.