Dried decorative leaves
Dried leaves are a universal product - they can complement floral arrangements and play a leading role in decorating a house, apartment or theme parties. They will undoubtedly appeal to lovers of simple solutions and natural decorations.
Types of dried leaves
We have divided the dried leaves in our store into three basic types: palm leaves, Eucalyptus leaves and Ruscus leaves. The first category includes natural palm leaves of various sizes and shapes. The smallest are the so-called palm spear in the form of an arrow, palm sun leaved in the shape of a sun are slightly larger, and above them there are Chamaerops palm leaves with a height of about 70 cm.
Palm leaves decorations
It is no secret that the accessories create the atmosphere of the interior. A bouquet of dried leaves in a vase is a natural and durable decoration that will give the space an expression and individual character. The types and colors of leaves can be combined into a variety of compositions or supplemented with favorite dried or cut flowers. Like pampas grasses and cotton, dried leaves are one of the bestsellers in our store.
Dried palm leaves
Palm leaves are an element of the exotic that anyone can afford. They are a fantastic material when creating decorations for events in the boho, Bali or Hawaiian style. You can use them to make natural, dry bouquets, as well as larger spatial arrangements, such as photo walls or altars for outdoor weddings. One of our clients used dried palm leaves to cover the roof of a beach bar, which proves that the only limitation is our imagination.
Preserved Eucalyptus leaves
Eucalyptus is a plant that has not only excellent healing properties. Its stabilized green or red leaves are extremely durable and retain their fresh appearance (and even smell) for a long time. Dried Eucalyptus leaves are one of the favorite additions to wedding arrangements and wedding bouquets because they give them volume and a modern, yet natural and slightly rustic expression. Preserved Eucalyptus fits perfectly with dried and cut flowers, and it can be used to create wreaths, floral rings, garlands, decorations in a frame, bottle or under a dome.
Ruscus leaves are known to all florists and plant lovers. Very often they are used as an addition to compositions or a filler for bouquets. Dried ruscus gained popularity relatively recently, but you can safely call it a bestseller. It will work in virtually all types of floral decorations and in many forms of handicrafts. You can use its long, slender twigs or cut them into smaller pieces with pruning shears. Stabilized ruscus is available in a bleached version and many colors, so you can choose it according to the style of the composition.