4 Reasons Why Eucalyptus Is Always A Good Idea
How many ways can you make Eucalyptus work? Surely all you can do with it is drape it, or hang it over something to make it look pretty? WRONG. Our faux Eucalyptus stems, wreaths and garlands are super versatile and have many ways of making themselves useful. Whether you use for the home, an event, or even use for the garden, you’ll actually find it hard to think of ways you CAN’T use Eucalyptus. Here’s a few tips to help you on your way….
A Eucalyptus Garland is a great way to accessorise a stairwell, archway or even the chairs at your wedding. Not only do they dress up what is already there, but they add an ethereal touch to the aesthetics and bring the outdoors in. You can also dress up exposed brickwork with a Eucalyptus wreath. No matter what your wedding theme is, neutral Eucalyptus will match pretty much everything and add depth to your arrangement of wedding blooms.
You don’t just have to use our Eucalyptus stems for special occasions, you can use them all year round! One of the best things about faux Eucalyptus is that they last a lifetime and not just seasonally. For instance, not a fan of Christmas décor? Why not use a Eucalyptus Garland instead? Just drape lovingly along the mantelpiece and hey presto, you’ve got a tasteful display that will fit into all kinds of household interiors. You can also add a wreath to your kitchen to create a countryside inspired look.
Like to keep the outdoors outside? Our Eucalyptus is a great way to beautify even the dreariest of days, and they can make the man shed pretty! Simply add the Eucalyptus along the side of the shed and drape over the door and there you go a good looking shed. You can even wrap them around your garden chairs for an al fresco dining experience.
Shop Fittings And Photoshoots
There are so many great ways a Eucalyptus can dress up your store. You can drape over the shop window or use stems to adorn your shelves or till. Eucalyptus is also very photogenic. Why not use in the background of your imagery for a natural touch?