I’ve been crushing on dried and faux flowers recently. Particularly, pampas grass. They look, contradiction, both soft and structured. And the texture is a beautiful contrast to delicate (seemingly in this case at least) flowers. I’ve been picturing a low vase or urn of floaty chocolate cosmos and big white roses on a coffee table. Dyed grasses in blush pinks and violet blues are also lovely. I want to piece them together in a whimsical romantic arrangement, maybe for a dinner party with friends, a la Mary Lennox or brrch.
Earlier this week I walked into Anthropologie to be greeted by tall buckets of dried foliage in deep reds and gold sprays and I was inspired to create this edit of dried and faux flowers with the vases to match. Enjoy!
From left to right: Nordal Marbled Plant Pot with Feet, £16.50; Sunset Vase in White, £26; Lindform AB Dusty Pink Bud Vase, £26; Winter Protea, £25; Dried Plumosum Bouquet, £22 for nine stems; Amelie Shell Vase, £535; Sunset Vase in Pink, £42;. Madam Stoltz Diana Vase, £12.50; Natural Dried Wide Cortaderia Pampas Grass, £16 for 12 stems; and Bloomingville Orange Ceramic Planter, £19.