A wreath recipe
This wreath is made from bunches of fragrant dried thyme, hydrangea heads in dusky, golden shades and silvery sprigs of preserved ruscus and dried statice. For little hints of colour, there are also red pepperberries dotted throughout, with a small cluster of pine cones and a sumptuous burgundy velvet ribbon finishing off the bottom.
Some things are best left to the experts, so when it came to creating our dried wreaths, we turned to Passion – a close-knit team of florists based in Somerset, not too far away from our Wiltshire HQ. All their creations, which have a natural and romantic feel, are made in their barn just outside Bath.
A styling tip or two
Because Pepperberry is made using dried foliage, it needs to be hung in a spot indoors. It’ll be perfect for a front door that’s enclosed behind a porch, or else hung from a wall or door inside (we’ve used ours on a dresser, and in front of a mirror would look lovely too). In fact, you don’t even need to hang it – simply prop it on a bookcase or console table.
When it comes to smaller items, we don't hang around.
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We believe that returns should be easy, which is why we approach them with a ‘no quibble’ mindset. And, you’ll also have 28 days to do so – just in case you need time to mull things over.
Looking after your wreath is really quite simple: just hang it somewhere dry and sheltered indoors, and make sure it’s not too close to a heat source (like fires and radiators). This way, your wreath should last for at least a year, if not longer (keep a hold of the box in case you want to store it away).
Need to knows
Your wreath will come with a twine loop tied onto the top to hang it from.