Whether you are looking to fill your home with autumnal blooms or planning a festive table for Christmas, take inspiration from luxury couture floral company, Grace Floral London.

Taking creative cues from art works and key fashion trends, Co-Founders, Halla Al Saad and Diana Bilenkon design environmentally minded, bespoke compositions. The brand prides itself on their sustainability and all their ideas keep true to their ethics of respecting the global planet. They work with seasonal flowers from UK growers using recycled paper whenever possible.

With clients like Harrods, Christies and Chelsea Flower Show, these guys have their finger on the creative button. Diana can be found most mornings in the studio having returned from the flower markets, experimenting, and trying new techniques with the flowers sourced, resulting in chic floral masterpieces.

Offering fresh and dried arrangements, Grace Floral London create stunning, stylish creations which can be delivered to your home within 48hrs (within London and the surrounding area).

Halla and Diana shared their expert tips for creating epic displays and arrangements with House of Coco.

Pick a theme

Consider your surrounding decor. Tablescapes work best if they complement their surroundings, so choose a colourway, materials, china and glassware that complement the decorations throughout the rest of the space.

Choosing flowers

Consider the shape of your table. Round tables look good with big centrepieces and square long tables look better with a few numbers of small arrangements.

Don’t just stick to traditional vases. Let your creativity run free. If you don’t have any special vases or a big selection to choose from, you can use everyday items in your house, even a salad bowl.

It’s all about accessories

When it comes to your arrangement consider textures and using lots of accessories. For example, layering different table linens will add different dimensions to the tablescape.

Create different heights. Build up height right from the base, making use of placemats, dinner plates, decorative plates and glasses of varying heights.

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