Four florists filled a London restaurant with luscious botanical art installations
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The The Flower Appreciation Society decorated the entrance to the restaurant, designed by James Wyatt in 1779, creating a beautiful passage leading visitors to the reception area. Once they reach the restaurant's Gallery dining room via a staircase decorated with roses and various flowers, visitors can enjoy an area filled with vintage furniture designed by Martin Creed, featuring a wall lined with sketches by artist David Shringley. Related: Artisan Moss’ plant paintings effortlessly bring...