Where to buy the best artificial flowers

Artificial flowers have come a long way from the days from those plasticky ones gathering dust in your great auntie’s house. Nowadays, there is a huge array of gorgeous faux flowers on the market, and you don’t have to spend a fortune to get good fakes.

With our home environments having taken on an increased focus in the past few years, people are looking for ways to make their interiors more enticing, and a quick update with artificial flowers is a great way to do that. Whether you prefer single blooms, which can be mixed and matched or displayed on their own in a tall, thin vase, or buying a ready-made bouquet that will last forever, there are plenty of eye-catching options to choose from.

Artificial plants are also a good option to get flora into your house, even if you are the type of person who dreams of being green-fingered but instead tends to kill every plant in your care.

And, if all this has got your head in the flower game, then check out our round-ups of the best dried flowers and best letterbox flower deliveries too.

The best artificial flowers

Pretty Narcissi, £45, Leo Flowers

Blue posy, £69, Posyandpot.com

Princess hydrangea, £11.99 a stem, John Lewis

Dahlia and rose mix in vase, £120, John Lewis

Hydrangea damson, £15, Abigail Ahern

Faux greens bouquet, £180, Anthropologie

Artificial bouquet, £13, IKEA

Faux orchid, £70, Oka

Lily bouquet, £40, Dunelm

Silk rose bunch, £7.99+, Etsy

Hand-tied blossom, £65, The White Company

Artificial orchid, £65, Next

Hydrangea bouquet, £75, Next

Icelandic poppies, £35, Leo Flowers

Artificial flowers, £12.99 for 12, Etsy