Trend Alert: Dried Flowers and Flower Pressing
Dried Flowers will Dominate!
According to Ideal Home “dried flowers are set to take centre stage in 2019. Expect to see both small and big bouquets featuring dried lavender, seed heads and more.” Read more
Emma Spedding, from Who What Wear, says “At fashion events I’ve been to this year, preserved flowers have been typically chosen instead of fresh flowers. When brands like Net-a-Porter choose to fill a room with dried flowers, you know they’re now regarded as the height of chic.” Read more
Try it yourself:
One of the most popular and simplest methods of drying flowers is to remove excess foliage, tie the bunch and hang it upside down for several weeks inside to let them air-dry.
How about introducing a floral scheme to your floors?
Our Boho Collection, Bloomsbury, has a delicate seed head design that comes in three pastel shades of the ‘heritage’ colour palette.
Boho Collection from Ulster Carpets is the epitome of style. The vintage inspired designs are an ode to all things retro, reworked to create contemporary, practical axminster for the 21st century home.
Made from hardwearing 80% wool and 20% nylon mix, Boho Collection has been manufactured to last as long as the iconic designs that inspired it. As you would expect from an Ulster carpet, this combination ensures a luxurious feel suitable for heavy domestic wear.
All colourways are available in 4m, 3m, 2m and 1m colour matching widths, reducing waste and cost using Ulster’s multi width offering. Boho Collection is designed to coordinate with plains from other Ulster ranges, enabling the customer to create a seamless interior scheme.