Botanical Dining Styling Guide

With Autumn almost upon us, we’re determined to hold onto the last remnants of summer by creating our very own botanical dining experience. Taking inspiration from the garden, this look is all about bringing the outside in.

With more flowers than an RHS show, a gallery wall of botanical art and a set of plates designed with nature in mind, you’ll have everything you need to celebrate brilliant botanicals in the dining room this season.

Turning your table into a homage to horticultural greatness is all about serving up the romantic, jewel-inspired colours of late summer. We’ve used rich copper tones with amethyst and sapphire accents to create a space inspired by nature.

Like any good botanist would, you’ll need to start by creating a floral centerpiece. Grouping together vases of different shapes and sizes is a great way to create a sense of depth and height. We’ve opted for a diverse range of flowers, pairing lilac alliums with blue veronica and white carnations. The different textures and heights create a display that really captures that English country garden look.

When it comes to crockery, being adventurous can pay off. Swap stainless steel for gold cutlery for a truly luxurious feel. Our seller What Kate Loves wins serious style points for her beautiful illustrated wild garden statement ceramics. The take on the traditional willow pattern is a great way to display botanics in a less ordinary way.


We’re not just stopping at illustrated ceramics and kilner jars full to the brim with wild flowers. Botanical art is a brilliant way to bring neutral walls to life. Ever leaders in style and trend, our sellers have been busy designing and making beautiful, herbaceous art for your home. Check out our Botanical Art Pinterest board now for more inspiration.

If you’re feeling particularly green fingered, try taking a cutting from your own garden to hang on the wall. Pressed flowers look perfect in our kiko glass frames.



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