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National Museum of Scotland

White ceramics, green tiles, glass test tubes, grey table plinths and that's before we get to the flowers on this little event themed with spring flowers. The Board and Bute room space at the National Museum of Scotland is a favourite of ours, such a blank canvas which can take any design and look amazing.


Our favourite part of this event? The succulent touches - beautiful. The texture of the succulents against the softness of the narcissus and hyacinths was just lush!

Upstairs in the Board room we wanted to create a central piece for the drinks reception that guests could walk round and find lots of interesting details. We used tall test tube vases, filling them with single varieties of spring flowers with lots of unique textures. We then laid two branches which we painted and hung small vials of paper white through out to bring details to the base of the table.


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