George Home’s £8 dried flowers give pricier bunches a run for their money

Dried flowers have been amongst the top interiors trends for a while now – you can barely scroll Instagram for more than a minute without coming across a shot of an interior space housing at least one bunch of dried flowers. Proving dried flowers’ rise over fresh flowers, Etsy reported a 93 per cent increase in searches for dried flowers in 2020.

Available in a range of styles, from natural hues to ones dyed bright and colourful, not only to do dried flowers look super chic, they last forever and require absolutely no upkeep, so even the worst-offending plant killers out there can handle these.

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George Home at Asda

There are lots of places to buy dried flowers, but one supermarket has just launched their own range and they might just be the most purse-friendly we’ve come across yet. Asda’s George Home range for autumn winter 21 includes two stunning bunches of dried flowers – and they certainly give much pricier bunches a run for their money.

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George Home at Asda

Large Dried Floral Fan Bouquet, £10, George Home at Asda

The larger of the two bunches could be compared to Ixia Flowers’ £39.95 bunch, but at just £10 George Home’s is much more budget-friendly.

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George Home at Asda

Another trend that soared in 2020 (and has continued to do so in 2021), is letterbox flowers and these George Home dried flowers are both packaged in letterbox-friendly packaging, making them the perfect gift to send to a friend in the post or as a pick-me-up for yourself (we all need a treat sometimes).

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George Home at Asda

The George Home dried flowers are the perfect excuse to get out your favourite vases when you’ve no fresh flowers lying around.

It seems the George Home team have been on a roll lately, as earlier this week we uncovered a £75 pink velvet cocktail chair on the George Home website that looks just like Oliver Bonas’ ever popular £395 version.