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Choosing Artificial Flowers For Restaurant Décor

Artificial flowers are a great way to go for restaurant décor because you have no need to replace them as you would fresh flowers. They are often also less expensive than real flowers and live plants.
Here are some suggestions on choosing artificial flowers for restaurant décor, and a few ideas on how to use what you decide on.
Floral arrangements, such as those found under our Arrangements & Mixed Bunches tab, are perfect for table centrepieces, windowsills, or corners of counters and bars. Choose from a wide range of colour schemes and styles to suit your decorating scheme.
Our artificial daisy and ivy arrangement (item number 30434523) is a lovely, neutral bouquet that enhances nearly any atmosphere with a touch of subtle beauty. For something with a little more colour, try our red and white Carnation Freesia Onion Grass Bush (item number 30426532.)
For doorways and archways, or even fireplaces, why not use swags or garlands to enhance your decorating scheme.
Our large ivy wired garland (item number 31022992), is a natural look greenery piece that works well in rustic pubs as well as more modern, elegant settings like hotel bars and restaurants.
For a tea room or café, why not adds something more colourful and feminine in style, such as our wedding flower dew drop rose table centrepiece (item number 30334433), which can also be used as a swag over a doorway, or as floral arrangements for mantelpieces.

Browse our categories for more ideas on using our beautiful silk flowers in decorating your restaurants.

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