19 Beautiful Shopfronts From Belgravia In Bloom

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Belgravia in Bloom

Belgravia’s businesses adorned their storefronts with flowers for Belgravia in Bloom.

As the Chelsea Flower Show took place down the road, local shops got into the floral swing with some playful redecorations. Here are some you spotted…

Wild At Heart took inspiration from their name to represent Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are:

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COMO The Halkin showed their true colours with Paddington Bear inspired blooms:

Dominique Ansel Bakery took inspiration from The Secret Garden:

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And so did Beulah London (a simple but effective theme)!

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Grace Belgravia opted for for The Jungle Book vibes:

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Neill Strain Floral Couture took things over the rainbow:

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The Berkley Hotel went in a similar, yet totally different Wizard Of Oz themed direction:

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This Alice In Wonderland themed garden was created in Belgrave Square by the Grosvenor gardening team:

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And Eaton Square received a similar visit from a naughty little rabbit called Peter:

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FBC London also went for a Peter Rabbit theme:

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Cox London took inspiration from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs:

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We’re not quite sure what book David Linley was trying to emulate, but it looks good, though:

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Pinch are channeling Margaret Atwood’s Up in the Tree:

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Soane Britain created an ‘enchanted forest’:

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Sumerill and Bishop painted their roses red:

Even more Alice in Wonderland loving…

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Neville Hair & Beauty adopted a Very Hungry Caterpillar theme:

Moismanns went Hansel and Gretel:

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And finally, La Stupenderia went through the looking glass:

Nice work, guys.

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Lily Frohlich

Lily Frohlich

Lily fell in love with London after visiting the Natural History Museum on a day-trip from Bristol (aged four) and she’s never looked back. She’s a sucker for smashed avo’ and poached egg on toast, and she just can’t help herself from frequently posting pictures of her food on Instagram.