Spring 20

Somerset

Each season, From The Post House focuses on a different area of Britain to guide our curation of each box.

Delivered from the start of March, this season’s box will be full of the first blush of Spring, featuring vibrant floral designs, delicate pressed flowers and wildflower seeds. Inspired by the County of Somerset, the Spring box will feature one of the area’s most exciting designers and growers. And while the box’s colour palette of warm peach with fresh yellow and green highlights reflects the honey hues of Bath Stone and vivid wildflower meadows, the overall feel of the Spring look pays homage to Somerset’s free-spirited reputation for celebrating wild, beautiful nature in a truly contemporary way.

Specially curated to create bursts of seasonal accents that can be dotted amongst other décor products as well as a dedicated Spring vignette, the Spring Box is all about bringing whimsical florals and vivid colours into the home as we banish all thoughts of winter.

The box will feature a cutting board by Somerset based product designer Avenida Home with a flower design and artwork by Nathalie Lété, from their ‘In the Garden of my Dreams’ collection.

In-keeping with the floral theme, the box will also contain two packets of Somerset grown borage and cornflower seeds by florist Grace Alexander. These bee-friendly will help you create your very own wildflower garden and wildlife haven.

The Spring Box will also include a brass photo frame and a selection of pressed wild flowers that will look beautiful presented between the glass, keeping spring alive all year round.

Inspiring subscribers to create an on-trend seasonal tablescape, the Spring box features a beautiful green glass vase and dried Lagurus stems otherwise known as ‘bunny tails’.

To create the perfect Easter floral display, From The Post House has included three peach hanging glass eggs with a marble finish as well as styling notes on how to create an eye catching centerpiece of eggs, wildflowers and spring stems and a seasonal recipe from Castle Farm Midford restaurant to help create a Somerset-inspired springtime feast.
Spring Box FTPH