Top 5 Flower Shops, not just for Valentine's Day


Top 5 Flower Shops, not just for Valentine's Day

 

Not sure where to find the most beautiful flower arrangements for Valentine's Day and beyond? Take a look at our flower store recommendations below, we are sure you'll find your new go-to florist in a heart beat. 

1. Blumenkraft, Vienna

A florist's dream off the beaten track in Vienna's forth district is this absolut gem of a flower store. Never shy of new ideas and rare flower species, this place really is an ever evolving space of floral beauty. Definitely go and see (& buy)!

Schleifmühlgasse 4, 1040 Wien; blumenkraft.at

 

2. Flowerboy Project, Los Angeles

Flowerboy is not your regular flower shop, it's this and much more. Everything in Flowerboy is available for purchase, including housewares, furniture and lighting, but “the flowers are my favorite thing I sell at the store,” says Flowerboy's owner. Seeing those beauties on offer, we understand why! Worth a trip.

824 Lincoln Boulevard, Los Angeles; flowerboyproject.com

3. Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart Florist, London

An obvious choice and go-to place for Soho lovers, Liberty's flower store never ceases to amaze with their offering of fresh and gorgeous flowers and plants. Not the cheapest place to pick up a bunch of roses, but definitely one of the most beautiful ones. Plus, you'll have an excuse to visit not just the flower store but the jewellery room, the scarf room, the perfume room...

Liberty, Great Marlborough St, Carnaby, London W1B 5AH, UK; libertylondon.com

4. Atelier Green Factory, Paris

If traditional bouquets are not your thing, then you might want to take a look at this little Parisian treasure chest. Hand-crafting each of their glass terrariums by hand and with the most love and care, you'd want to take them all off their hands. 

17 Rue Lucien Sampaix, 75010 Paris, France; www.greenfactory.fr

5. Grandiflower, Syndey

Grandiflora owner Saskia Haevekes is not your regular florist. Besides her store she has published three books and continuously creates large-scale installations. For her latest project she worked with perfumers in Grasse, France to capture the scent of Grandiflower's signature bloom, the beautiful Magnolia, in two sumptuous fragrances.

 

1/12 MacLeay St, Elizabeth Bay NSW 2011, Australia; grandiflora.net



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