Dried flowers are a HUGE trend right now – here are our fave picks

A massive trend for A/W 2020, dried flowers are the new way to bring nature into your home, so we have rounded up our fave picks

Etsy dried flowers
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Dried flowers have hit the mainstream, glorified for their low-maintenance, biodegradable goodness. There's no easier way to add a bit of life to your interiors than with a burst of natural colour but topping up on fresh flowers weekly isn't a sustainable habit and can get really expensive. So, we've made it our business to put together a round up of the best dried blooms on the market...

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1. Create softness with natural shades 

Notonthehighstreet dried flowers

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Wildflower Natural Cut Dried Flowers Letterbox Gift | £21 from Not on The High Street

For a home that champions a neutral and soft colour palette, these gorgeous cream and off-white dried blooms from Notonthehighstreet are perfect. We love the earthy shades and think they'd be a fab gift, titled aptly letterbox flowers. They're folded in brown paper and packed neatly into a box that fits through most standard UK letterboxes.

2. Pick a bright & cheerful pop of colour 

Bloom & Wild bright dried flowers

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The Sinéad | £50 from Bloom & Wild

This beaut bouquet 'the Sinéad' from Bloom & Wild is a sure way to brighten up your life and add a pop of colour and character to your indoor space. Especially now that the days are getting shorter and greyer, these autumnal blues, reds and oranges are a gorgeous decor solution. 

3. Add some warm autumn hues 

Etsy dried flowers

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Festival Meadow Bouquet | £18 from Etsy

This bunch of dried flowers is giving us serious seasonal feels and we're loving it. The burnt autumnal tones are a dreamy nod to the falling leaves and will add the perfect touch of warmth to your living space. 

La Redoute dried flowers dark pink

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Pink Bunny Tails & Eucalyptus | £29 £27.55 from La Redoute

Everything pink - these bunny tails (adorable) and eucalyptus dried flowers are so ridiculously beautiful and great value for money as the bunch is a generous size. Place in a vase and give a room a pink accent - plus, bunny tails are super on trend right now.

5. Keep it serene and simple from Anthropologie

Anthropologie dried flowers

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Dried Purple Bouquet | £26.00 from Anthropologie

Purple brings calm to a space and represents luxury so why not add a little of it into your home? Silver dollar and spiral eucalyptus, sundried flax and white strawflower give these dried flowers a super earthy look and we love that they're preserved glycerin kraft paper and jute packaging.

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