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Teaming up with the British interior store Rose & Grey ahead of the launch of 4 Magazine, here are the best faux flowers online to buy this season.

The Best Faux Flowers Online From Rose & Grey

Teaming up with the British interior store Rose & Grey ahead of the launch of 4 Magazine, here are the best faux flowers online to buy this season.

What a way to kick off Monday morning hey? To celebrate the launch of my completely shoppable interior design magazine, 4, this Friday, I partnered with the amazing team over at interiors store Rose & Grey to give away an amazing £100 voucher to spend on R&G goodies.

I remember first discovering  Rose & Grey when I made the move into interiors back in 2014 – it’s very rare I find a brand that captures my personal interior style so perfectly, but this brand did.

I recently shared the latest collection of faux flowers to hit their virtual shelves over on Twitter, and the response was of utter shock. “How are they even artificial?!” So today I thought I’d bring together the best faux flowers online from Rose & Grey, and give you an inspiring way to spend £100 should you be the lucky bean to win it.

All you need to do to enter is head to the Rafflecopter giveaway below and leave a comment with ideas and features you’d love to see in the next edition of 4 Magazine. Would you like to see home tours perhaps? Would you like to see how to use colour? Do you need help finding a certain wallpaper? What do you wish other magazines had inside? Your feedback is massively helpful to me – the magazine is for you after all – so pop down one idea and you could be in with a chance of winning a whopping £100 at Rose & Grey.

In the meantime, here’s exactly how I’d spend the voucher if I had the chance…oh, and don’t forget to sign up here to get the first free issue of 4 Magazine.

Teaming up with the British interior store Rose & Grey ahead of the launch of 4 Magazine, here are the best faux flowers online to buy this season. Teaming up with the British interior store Rose & Grey ahead of the launch of 4 Magazine, here are the best faux flowers online to buy this season.

Faux Light Green Snowball Stem £6.75  | Faux Peach Magnolia Spray £14.50

Teaming up with the British interior store Rose & Grey ahead of the launch of 4 Magazine, here are the best faux flowers online to buy this season.Teaming up with the British interior store Rose & Grey ahead of the launch of 4 Magazine, here are the best faux flowers online to buy this season.

Abigail Ahern Faux Plum Peonie £12.50 | Faux Cream Peony Spray £8.50

Teaming up with the British interior store Rose & Grey ahead of the launch of 4 Magazine, here are the best faux flowers online to buy this season. Teaming up with the British interior store Rose & Grey ahead of the launch of 4 Magazine, here are the best faux flowers online to buy this season.

Abigail Ahern Faux Astilbe Spray £10.50 | Faux Large Pale Pink Dahlia Steam £14.50

Teaming up with the British interior store Rose & Grey ahead of the launch of 4 Magazine, here are the best faux flowers online to buy this season. Teaming up with the British interior store Rose & Grey ahead of the launch of 4 Magazine, here are the best faux flowers online to buy this season.

Faux Pink & White Hydrangea Stem £11.50 | Abigail Ahern Faux Cream Rose £9.25

Teaming up with the British interior store Rose & Grey ahead of the launch of 4 Magazine, here are the best faux flowers online to buy this season.Teaming up with the British interior store Rose & Grey ahead of the launch of 4 Magazine, here are the best faux flowers online to buy this season.

Abigail Ahern Faux Eucalyptus Spray £10.50 | Abigal Ahern Faux Raspberry Spray £14.00

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Teaming up with the British interior store Rose & Grey ahead of the launch of 4 Magazine, here are the best faux flowers online to buy this season.

About the author
Victoria Jackson is the editor of multi-award winning interior design blog Apartment Number 4. Designed to help you create a beautiful home on a budget, Victoria edits the inspirational and showcases the affordable.

144 Comments

  1. Wow what beautiful flowers! Thank you for sharing this great brand – I would love to win this giveaway to add some colour into my home 🙂

  2. Those flowers are beautiful and very realistic, they are also very reasonable in price. I would like to see some ideas in 4 magazine on how to decorate your home on a very tight budget.

  3. Loving your blog ❤️
    I’d love some interior design tips for small homes & how to make the most of a small space x

  4. I would love to see in 4 magazine lots more how to decorate each room from high street products

  5. I am SO obsessed with these flowers – I can’t believe how real they look! Whether I win a voucher or not I think I’ll be making a cheeky purchase soon…

  6. I can’t believe those flowers are fake. They look so beautiful and detailed.

    I’d not heard of Rose & Grey before reading this post, but I’ve just checked out their website and I’ve already found a lampshade that would be perfect for my dinning room!

  7. I love receiving flowers but never quite do them justice once I’ve put them in the vase. Some help with flowers arranging would be brilliant 🙂
    Thanks for a fantastic giveaway x

  8. What a cool giveaway! I’d love to see apartment tours (you called apartment 4 after all) and as someone who’s renting a property – I’m always on the lookout for ideas on how to make the space more personal and homely.

  9. These are so stunning, I can’t believe they’re not real! I’d love to see more of what you already do! Affordable but amazing things to fill my house with!

  10. Thanks for the giveaway. I would love to see new trends and ideas for dark hallways, and children bedrooms

  11. I’d love to see clever innovative ideas for decorating on a budget, and sugested storage solutions for each room.

  12. I’d love to see home tours it’s always really inspiring to see real homes. Also inspiring places to visit such as hotels and restaurants. Good luck with the first magazine.

  13. Ooh what would I like to see? Definitely how to get wow factor on a budget. Home tours for sure. DIY how-to’s.. Tips on pulling a room together. I could go on!

  14. Its finishing touches I’d like to see. Love those flowers so thats a good start! Oh and organising the home! Where do people put their stuff?

  15. I’d like to see interiors of real homes with tips on designs on a budget.
    Thanks for the chance.

  16. Design tips for a small budget, how to match faux flowers to themes ie industrial look, retro look….

  17. I love these faux flowers, they would add some instant sophistication and brighten any room. I am always looking on Pinterest for inspiration for my home. I love colour but as my home is modern I always return to cream walls, so tips on adding would be wonderful. Also any tips for updating a teenagers room on a budget!

  18. I’d find advice on how to make a rented flat feel homely useful or how to make the best of small spaces xx

  19. Those flowers seriously look so elegant and amazing considering they are faux!
    I’d love to see more of how to decorate small rooms to look expensive!

  20. Help with making some of these flowers really stand out in my room. Ideas on how to put together a ‘theme’ throughout a room even on a very tight budget. On the internet I see lots of lovely ideas but just don’t know how to adapt them for my home.

  21. Oh my gosh – these are not real? Amazing! I’d love to see more on upcycling as I’m currently undergoing some hard projects!

  22. i would love to see more styling ideas and suggestions on how to make a cosy but stylish home.

  23. I would like to see tricks and tips how to play with lights and colours – many homes are having small windows and rooms are receiving less light

  24. Painting and decorating ideas and advice, DIY tips and interior design dos and don’ts.

  25. Great giveaway! I’d love to see tips on DIY for beginners – I’m a complete novice and don’t know where to start!

  26. How to make small bedrooms look and feel bigger. I used to live in Southern California and am struggling with english houses!

  27. Hi I love your blog…. it would be great to have lots of lovely special offers in the magazine…. what girl doesn’t love a bargain!

  28. Would love articles on how to deal with hayfever, flower arrangements and outdoor planting ideas xx

  29. I will love to see some features in making something old as furniture s, pillows…

  30. I would love to see some posts about ideas on what to do with furniture that needs refreshed, I love my TV Unit but it is ageing and could be doing with a revamp, I am just unsure what to do with it.

  31. I’d find advice on how to make the most of small rooms/spaces and how to create a feeling of homeliness and cosiness!

  32. would love to see some upcycling and budget ideas for making your home more homely

  33. Loving these flowers. I would like to read about ways to update a room without redecorating

  34. I still can’t believe those flowers are faux!

    I would love to see styling tips for smaller spaces, clever storage ideas and how to make things look bigger! My kitchen and bathroom need all of the help they can get haha. I would also like to know your tips on how to pick a colour palette that works without being too colourful (if you know what I mean) and how to work that into a neutral space. Very specific, I know!

    Helen – thelovecatsinc.com x

  35. I personally would like to see how to make use of small spaces – such as space-saving designs, as I have a small room that isn’t being used and would love some ideas on what it could be, with a little cash and imagination.

  36. Love them! I love to see ideas with flowers incorporated of the bathroom

  37. I would love to see how to furnish and decorate a small room to make it look bigger and how to get good storage space.

  38. They are lovely flowers but how do you dust them? I try to have minimal accessories around the home as I just see them as dust traps 🙂 I would like to see some living room styles that are more traditional/classic but not frumpy if you know what I mean. My problem is that whenever I try to design a room in my home it always looks too feminine, I wish I had the knack of coming up with gender-neutral styles.

  39. articles on small spaces/rooms, how to use them efficiently a and make them beautiful at the same

  40. These are beautiful especially the peach magnolia would look amazing in my bedroom with exotic greens! I would like to see how to use budget cheap decor to make a room look luxurious.

  41. Gorgeous flowers! I’d love to see tips for styling small spaces and budget items that can make a space look more expensive

  42. I would love tips on how to add colour, contrasts and textures with paint finishes and soft furnishings, and how to bring everything together to give a luxurious look.

  43. Lovely blooms. I would like some tips on how to match flowers to decor and how to do it on a budget.
    Thank you!

  44. I would like to see examples of interior design with practical and affordable features

  45. Ideas of types of flowers that go together and colours would be great. Some tips of how to use them in unusual places would also be great. I like different!

  46. How to use colour and neutrals together to make a real splash – I love bold wallpapers but don’t want to go too OTT or look like a Wetherspoons pub lol

  47. I would love to see some articles on making over rooms without changing the walls and carpets.

  48. I realise I may be a bit of a niche market, but I’m trying to inject a little personality into my home while grappling with two crazy rescue lurchers who view every cushion, rug & sofa as fair game! I’d love some help with practical but tough accessories.

  49. I love scrolling through pintrest for ideas and think simple ones are the best. I would like to see you cover photo frames, ideas for pictures and wall images.

  50. I would love to see ideas for bringing the garden into my home because being outside makes us happy so it makes sense to recreate that inside!

  51. I’d love to see some features on soft furnishings as they are an easy way to change a room without completely redecorating.

  52. Space saving tips would be fab, there is never enough space for everything in my house!

  53. They are gorgeous flowers.
    I would love to see stylish space saving ideas (not ikea)

  54. In the recipes section of your magazine would love to see some ideas for a low carbohydrate diet. Thanks for the chance to win this lovely prize!

  55. I have a tiny room I’ve just squeezed in a double bed but struggle with practical, stylish storage. Magazines are always full of pics of spacious bedrooms- please help!

  56. I’d like to see how to make the most of a feature wall and how to then incorporate that throughout the rest of the room using accessories – all for under £400 that would be a great challenge!

  57. It would be great to get some ideas about how to make everything nicer on a budget, I would love to update my home but we have very little spare money.

  58. I’d love to see an article on simple ideas to make your home more attractive to buyers

  59. I’d love to see creative ideas for wall decorations, something other than just hanging up pictures and paintings!

  60. I would you like to see ideas in 4 Magazine about how to turn a room ,previously the children’s bedroom, to a decent spare room for guests whilst still using it for hobbies and office space.

  61. I’d like to see some ideas about upcycling and/or stylish (but reasonable!) storage ideas

  62. Ideas on how to help make a north facing lounge more bright & fresh – tricks with lighting, what colours to choose, placement of mirrors & lamps

  63. They’re so beautiful! I’d love some tips for decorating your home on a budget for first time buyers 🙂

  64. I would like to read how to get an interior designer look for less, using some high street items and some upcycled furniture, fabrics and other inexpensive items.

  65. I would love to see more competitions feature in the magazine. I would also love to see ideas on artificial flower arrangements.

  66. I would love to see in 4 magazine ideas on how to maximise storage space and decorating small spaces (without cluttering!).

  67. I’d love to see more ideas on how to make homes look beautiful when you’re on a very small budget. That would be fab

  68. I would live to see some ideas for kids rooms when they are sharing and have different tastes

  69. I would love to see some articles on how to jazz up storage boxes, how to decorate yourself and how to make the most of small spaces and tight budgets.

  70. I really need some interior design advice as my taste spans so many styles, I worry my house ends up looking like a dog’s dinner!

  71. I love reading good honest reviews and recommendations. It’s nice find inspiration!

  72. Gorgeous,gorgeous flowers! Beautiful ideas! Having flowers in my home make me happy !

  73. I am not very good with decorating so some tips would be awesome and how to get the best out of a room 😊

  74. I would love to see tips on upcycling and how to make the best colour schemes and what shades go together

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