Written by Hugh Metcalf

5 of the best dried flower bouquets for your home

Rather than forking out on fresh flowers or opting for longer-lasting artificial blooms, beautiful dried grasses are the new go-to for savvy home stylists.

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Nobody wants to live their life with empty vases sitting around the home, but if you can’t keep up with the expense and effort of fresh cut flowers every week, what’s a person to do? While artificial flowers are becoming more realistic, they’re still far from ideal and all that plastic doesn’t make for the most eco-friendly option. 

Instead, why not choose a beautiful dried flower bouquet? They might cost a little bit more than the average floral display, but not only do they offer a long-lasting alternative to cut flowers, they’re also super on-trend with the wave of rustic-style schemes and warm neutral colours taking over our homes. 

Here’s 5 of the best around you can buy… 

Wild dried bouquet, £22, Rose & Grey 

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This stunning bouquet offers a small flourish of colour from red straw flowers and dried blooms to complement feathery pampas grass and seed pods. 

Dried flower bouquet, £27.50, Maisons du Monde 

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Pretty dried grass and gypsophilia stems have been combined with bunny tails for a stylish, multi-dimensional spray.  

Ilse bouquet, £90, Shida Preserved Flowers

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A collaboration between Shida Preserved Flowers and Studio Gabrielle, this luxe bouquet features ostrich feathers, pampas and fluffy bunny tails with textured banksia baxteri leaves. 

Audrey preserved bouquet, £22, Anthropologie

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For a more colourful design, look out for artificially coloured dried grasses, like these coral-dyed bunny tails. 

Dried grass bouquet, £28, Hudson Home 

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This mix of dried grasses features a spray of bleached Rucus, which appears almost completely white, to make for an unusual accent. 

 

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