Bergamotte, a thousand and one bouquets of dried flowers for the house
Surfing on the trend for a return to simplicity in terms of home decor, Bergamotte creates a thousand and one bouquets of dried flowers.
More than ever close to nature, the creativity of florists is continuallly changing and Bergamotte seems to have found a very promising niche. Its « upcycled » bouquets, without any dyes, colorings or stabilisers, allow time to take over in the elaboration of its naturally dried creations, resulting in an experience offering a Bohemian collection respectful of the environment.
The house decorated with bouquets of dried flowers
Taken over by Romain Raffard, house founder, the concept, based on the « Kinfolk » approach, sets forth a return to the original sources, simplicity, conviviality and a craftsmanship way of living and considering the house as a refuge where vegetals pop up in every corner. The idea resides in the fact of chosing fresh flowers, before drying them yourself, upside down, to give them a second life, more streamlined.
The vintage and bohemian spirit in action
Buoyed by a desire for authenticity and sustainability, the brand also upcycles discards of floral creations, featuring treasures that have stories to tell. Amongst its recent finds, vintage apothecary bottles, picked up in an old factory of the 70s, and transformed in vases. Each season, it will invite inspiring personalities to express themselves… with flowers.