I Want Plants, one of Manchester’s leading horticultural display specialists for the restaurant and bar sector are now expanding their horizons after securing clients in Bristol, Liverpool and Oxford.
Recently, they have just finished working at The Florist on Hardman Street in Liverpool, which has been dubbed the most beautiful restaurant in the UK with a huge thanks to the spectacular floral installations.
Within the Liverpool bar, I Want Plants created two stunning four-metre tall blossom trees, each accompanied with a 16 square metre canopy to cover and astonish drinkers and diners in the Grade II building.
The pink theme that they set continued throughout with two flower walls, beautiful hanging flower frames and an outpouring of roses through the staircase.
The whole aesthetic was brought to completion with troughs of replica flowers and a window display that boasted a variety of blooms.
At the newly opened restaurant in Oxford, I Want Plants created an Instagram worthy flower wall, floral archways and vintage bicycles with baskets overflowing with multicoloured flowers.
The look of the restaurant was complete with warm white lights complimented by handcrafted stone urns containing trees, ferns and grasses. It was a sight to behold.
Richard Rowlands, the Managing Director of I Want Plants said:
“We are constantly pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved with our horticultural installations and with The Florist and Victors we are fortunate to be working with designers who recognise our desire to be challenged.
“The result is three absolutely stunning bars and restaurants.”
They are no stranger to the hospitality industry, boasting high profile clients across the north such as Gusto, The Alchemist and The Botanist, but also have a corporate side with rental office plants.