Fresh new floral design studio and offshoot of creative agency M&L, Floristry at M&L, invites you to eschew tradition and embrace a more contemporary approach to botanicals, one that advocates the beauty of flowers and foliage in their wild, natural form.

From its Sheung Wan location, Floristry at M&L conceives modern bouquets and even creates hand-blended aromatic soy candles and room sprays from essential oils. All of the plants it works with are seasonal and evoke an organic, ‘just-picked’ appeal that is rarely observed in more conventional floristry, making them ideal not only for special occasions, but throughout the year.

Indeed, placing flowers around the home or office has been proven to have a beneficial influence on your emotional and psychological well-being. According to a study led by Professor Jeannette Haviland-Jones of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, flowers and their scents have an immediate impact on happiness and a longer-term positive effect on moods, making them an interior design must-have.

This is where Floristry at M&L’s bespoke service comes in. Its team of floral designers will work directly with you to create your own unique style of bouquet and container. This will then be hand delivered on a weekly basis, bringing a fresh dose of natural, organic and wild prosperity to your space all year because, as Hans Christian Andersen once said: Just living is not enough… one must have sunshine, freedom and a little flower.


A version of this article appears in our February 2018 issue.

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