Lavender Green takes larger London store
Lavender Green has moved to a bigger store on London’s Sloane Stanley Estate to enable it to offer an expanded range of services to customers.
Previously operating from a Victorian greenhouse on Fulham Road, the retailer has now taken a 1,700 square foot store on King’s Road.
The shop will stock Lavender Green’s range of flowers and plants, as well as a collection of gifts, homewares and antiques. It will also offer coffee facilities and a dedicated space for Lavender Green’s newly developed flower school.
Operating in conjunction with its head office and studio in Windsor, Lavender Green works with British flower farms to deliver premium quality flower bouquets, arrangements and installations. Services range from bespoke floral and interior options for the home and private parties, to creations for galleries, museums, and high-profile events.
Sue Barnes, creative director at Lavender Green added: “This new space allows us to deliver even more of what Lavender Green customers love, including our dedicated flower school, homewares and freshly served organic barista coffee, and we couldn’t think of a better flagship environment for our brand. With the Chelsea Flower Show and a huge floristry scene in this part of London, as well as the loyal following we have developed in this area over the past five years, we knew we wanted to re-commit to Chelsea, and are so pleased, with the support of Sloane Stanley, to have found this position on the King’s Road.”
Sloane Stanley has also recently signed pet and grooming brand Love My Human for a new three-floor townhouse concept in the district.
Hannah Grievson, head of property at Sloane Stanley, said: “Lavender Green’s flagship makes a wonderful addition to the King’s Road, which already attracts a vibrant and affluent clientele with a passion for interiors, design and homewares. We are delighted that Lavender Green has chosen to expand their creative offering with us and feel confident the new store will be a success with their loyal customer base and new consumers alike.”
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