At the time of upcycling and no-wasting, Bergamotte has decided to go into dried flowers, but homemade version. You should know that first, all the dried flowers you usually find in store are mostly coming from 2 main wholesalers. We will then often find the same flowers but drying techniques that are not necessarily natural.
Bergamotte has decided to take up the challenge and drying its own flowers but natural way. A way for them to upcycling their unsold flowers as well as to dry flowers you won’t find anywhere else. After many attempts, they launch a new collection called Kinfolk: a bohemian collection of eternal and eco-friendly bouquets.
Choose them fresh and dry them yourself a few days after in the vase, or already dried up by Bergamotte. To dry them, there’s nothing simpler: hang them in a rather dry and not too sunny room and wait for 3 weeks before replacing them back in the vase or go for a homemade creation like we did.
The collection includes the following creations:
An eco-friendly and 100% natural collection available on Bergamotte website since this January 21, 2020 for a delivery throughout France in 2 hours in Paris and the day after everywhere in France.
Each season, Bergamotte will team up with an inspiring celebrity to create its collection. First up, Selency (second-hand furniture store) co-founder Charlotte Cadé who came up with two of the five bouquets of this first wave, “Yosemite” and “Portland” which vintage spirit looks so much like her, mixes with the boho side of the collection. Compositions to discover from €69.90 on the website.
How about bouquets of flowers you can actually keep?
Starts 22 January 2020
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