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        A GUIDE TO THE BEST FLORAL FACADES IN LONDON

        The Royal Chelsea Flower Show may be over but it doesn’t mean that the hype for gorgeous faux flower facades have disappeared. In my last post on where to shoot in London, I covered my trusted locations. This one is about the spots that serve up those Instagrammable floral back drops again and again. We all know about the pink corner bakery Peggy Porschen and the ‘unicorn latte’ trending Saint Aymes but do you really want to be the 1000th person to post an OOTD in front of them? Discover the newer and equally beautiful displays around the city and read on for the guide to the best floral facades in London!

        Walden Chemist's Elizabeth Street, a guide to the best floral facades in London feature on The Haute Heel

        Elizabeth Street, just round the corner from Peggy Porschen, is decked out in spring summer florals. My favourite is this wisteria endowed chemist’s because it’s so subtle and whimsical.

        Status: until mid-June

        Annabel's, a guide to the best floral facades in London feature on The Haute Heel

        Get there quick before it’s gone! This private member’s club is celebrating its relaunch in style with their rose and hydrangea floral facade. In terms of buzz, it attracts passersby as well as Instagrammers, so don’t expect an easy stress-free shot here unless you come at a ridiculous hour in the morning.

        Status: seasonal

        Mount Street Deli, a guide to the best floral facades in London feature on The Haute Heel

        Mount Street Deli is going big for #MayfairInBloom, especially with their Union Jack bunting.

        Status: ends soon!

         

        Eccleston Yard, a guide to the best floral facades in London feature on The Haute Heel

        This particular 3D mural may not be up forever but Eccleston Yard is an up and coming food and beverage location for those looking for respite in Belgravia.

        Status: until mid-June

         

        Rabbit restaurant, a guide to the best floral facades in London feature on The Haute Heel

        Rabbit is a quaint farm to table restaurant along the King’s Road brought the best of the countryside to the city with their floral display.

        Status: ending soon!

        The Ivy Chelsea, a guide to the best floral facades in London feature on The Haute Heel

        Who exists on Instagram, is based in London and hasn’t seen The Ivy in all of it’s glory? This particular yellow ombre feature is one of its best.

        Status: changes often but almost always has a floral facade.

        Les Senteurs, a guide to the best floral facades in London feature on The Haute Heel

        This beautiful perfumery also on Elizabeth Street deserves it’s own mention in this guide to the best floral facades in London, not just because of its popularity but how often it switches things up for our hungry cameras.

        Status: evergreen with changing displays

        Maddox Gallery, a guide to the best floral facades in London feature on The Haute Heel

        Another firm favourite in an Instagrammer’s roster, Maddox Gallery is always beautifully presented. This includes their Westbourne Grove branch too!

        Status: evergreen with changing displays

         

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