Monthly Archives: February 2011

16A Sunday morning at Columbia Road Flower Market

  Yesterday, I went to the Columbia Road Flower Market in East London.  At this time of year, it’s full of spring blooms, from beautifully scented narcissi and hyacinths to tulips, anemones and ranunculus.  As well as cut flowers, you … Continue reading

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6Anthropologie – a peek at their floral-inspired homeware

You may have heard of Anthropologie, which I mentioned in a recent post.  It’s an amazing American store, which has two shops in London.  Last Saturday, I went to their Kings Road branch with some friends…for my regular fix of their … Continue reading

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6What style of bridal bouquet will Kate Middleton choose?

Following on from my blog post in December, ‘Will Kate be choosing traditional white wedding flowers?’, I’ve been trying to guess what style of bridal bouquet she’ll have. Currently the most popular bridal bouquet design is the hand-tied bouquet.  It’s … Continue reading

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3Introducing textile designer, Fiona Douglas of Bluebellgray…

What a lovely way to start the week…stunning brightly coloured floral designs from Fiona Douglas of Bluebellgray! From cushions and wall hangings to lampshades, her translation of flowers on to fabric is absolutely beautiful. I contacted Fiona, who’s based in Glasgow, … Continue reading

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5Floral inspired creations from Anthropologie’s new B H L D N wedding brand

Some of you may have heard of the amazing American women’s clothing, accessories and home decor brand, Anthropologie?  Two of its shops are in London in Regent Street and King’s Road. Well, on Valentine’s Day on Monday (very appropriately), its … Continue reading

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