If you around London this Chelsea Flower Week, you need to check these most wanted places to visit outside the RHS Flower Show. They are all out decorating their entrances, store displays, window stores, or front shops with the most beautiful floral installations. Everyone seems in the Chelsea in bloom mood!
I found some florists/ artists behind these amazing floral installations. They all deserve thumbs up on how amazing the works they have done. Take a walk in the lovely neighbourhood in Belgravia and head to the stores on Kings Road, your eyes will be spoilt by these beauties. Here are the most photogenic spots during Chelsea Flower Week:
Peggy Porschen, Belgravia
The dreamy pink cake shop which is served pretty and delicious cakes at Belgravia. The pastel pink and the flower arch have definitely caught people’s attention. Perfect for tea time with your girlfriends. The cake making workshop is just around the corner across the Victoria Station. See my experience in the previous post.
The beautiful arch is created by Matthew Dickinson
Ivy Chelsea Garden,
The most trending spot to take a photo on Instagram. No wonder why! The British restaurant which is located on Kings Road, Chelsea offers the breathtaking flower bomb installations to anyone who pass by the restaurant. The building is technically covered with numerous colourful Spring flowers, leaving out a bit of space for their pastel green door and windows. These amazing flower installations are created by The Early Hours Ltd.
The courtesy of The Chelsea Ivy Garden @ivychelseagarden
Anthropologie, King’s Road
Anthropologie is one of my favourite shops to visit- always find nice clothes and home products with pretty display. This time, to pay a tribute to the Chelsea Flower Show, their Kings Road store looks amazingly beautiful. The store entrance is covered with thousand hand crafted paper foliage. Stunning job to bring this Desert blooms concept live. Watch the behind the scene video here.
Jo Loves, Elizabeth Street
Who says only flowers get all praises, Jo Loves proves that this orange tree window installation also as beautiful as the flowers! The orange presents their new fragrance, the Mandrine.
Beautiful artwork from the florist Dickinson and Doris.
Moving along to the central London when you can have a dine under the wisteria in Aubaine, 2nd floor of Selfridges. A french cuisine restaurant, perfect for weekend brunch or just a pit shop after long shopping hours. The wide windows reflect the sunshine and of course the beautiful wisteria hanging down creates pretty intimate dining experience.
Lobster brioche rolls, Lobster Mac and Cheese, and salad with complimentary French breads.
Fenwick, Bond Street
We are hoping this flower arch will stay forever, decorating the Fenwick doorway on New Bond Street falling from the brand sign until reaching the ground. Looking even more beautiful with the Union Jack flags hanging down at the background.
Bloomsbury Hotel, Great Russell Street
I spotted this awesome flower bomb when heading to British Museum last time. What a beautiful way to welcome their guests!
Gorgeous floral installations by Wild at the Heart
Drop a comment if you find more hidden gems around London, I will be very pleased to check those recommendations! Also follow my instagram feed @vena_esperanza for more adventures! x