Flowers have been scientifically proven to make people happy. From boosting your mood or by lowering stress, there’s nothing quite like a bouquet of colourful blooms to heighten your mood and interior. Colour therapists believe that different colours correspond with different vibrations throughout the body. If your vibrations are skewed then therapists believe that if treated with the right colours, they can be restored and rebalanced.


Pink Tulips:

Pink tulips encourage emotions of kindness, compassion and affection. Pink is used as the colour for relaxation and has calming properties.

Yellow Chrysanthemums

Yellow inspires feelings of happiness and warmth. Chrysanthemums also symbolise optimism and joy - the perfect choice of flower and colour to keep in your home on those dark, dreary winter days.

Orange Ranunculus

Orange, as one of the warmest tones and vibrant tones. Helping to rebalance joy, optimism and wisdom, orange ranunculus can brighten the gloomiest of winter days.

Red Roses

Symbolic of romance and passion, red roses are associated with love and the heart. Red stimulates physical energy, courage and alertness. In colour therapy, red stimulates physical energy, confidence and courage, and promotes alertness – the perfect choice of bloom to help show your emotions.

Purple Anemones

Purple promotes inspiration, creativity and calm - it has a sense of magic. Purple Anemones are the perfect gift to give to motivated and inspired for all those creative projects and keep you calm

Green Hellebores

As an earth colour, green brings nature back into the home. Its calming and peaceful nature that helps us deal with anxious feelings, balance and calm.