7 dried flowers and pampas styles we love
Fresh blooms will brighten up your interiors, and lift your mood, and this week we’re completely obsessed with dried flowers. With so many variations to choose from, whether its Pampas grass in your vases or a stylish wreath on your door, its easy to find it tricky to decide which is best for you. Luckily, the Good Homes team have handpicked some of our favourite dried flower designs on the market right now for you to peruse…
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An easy way to get the look, these gorgeous bunches bring summer vibes instantly to your home. We love the cute terraniums, too, giving us real Beauty and the Beast vibes for any fellow Disney lovers!
Image: Three Sisters Farm
Pampas exploded onto the scene a couple of years ago, and now no home is complete without the chic stuff. We love this vibrant variations, perfect for the summer season and bring a pop of colour to any neutral space. Plus, you can get 15% off at Three Sisters Farm until 15th August using code GH15, so get ordering!
Wreaths aren’t just for Christmas, decorate your door all year round with this beautiful offering.
Image: Cox & Cox
This might seem like a bit of a splurge, but pampas that will last forever is well-worth the investment! We love the beautiful planter it comes in, too, and the height is perfect to stand by your door or decorate your living room.
Image: John Lewis
Colour oozes from this stunning bunch, perfect for gifting a friend or family member this season.
One of our favourite team picks of this week, Matalan have really come up trumps here! The pink pampas is irresistible and we love the gold pot container, the set is a real bargain and the perfect housewarming gift we reckon.
A quirky idea but beautiful idea, this set of three wreaths oozes elegance and would make a stunning door display.
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