Unfortunately, we are unable to deliver new orders (or provide arrangement change-outs for subscriptions) during the lockdown period. As our office is home-based, we are still working, and are able to take calls and respond to your enquiries. Any online orders placed will be delivered as soon as we are safely and legally able to.
LOCKDOWN OFFER - SAVE 20% USING PROMO CODE 'LOCKDOWN' AT CHECK-OUT
on all orders placed during the official lockdown period (for shipping post lockdown)
Stay safe everyone!
TAKE A FRESH LOOK AT
In an always-on, ever-changing, fast-paced world, Curated Botanics offer a welcome moment of connection.
We create moments of magic in the form of timeless faux flower arrangements that bring life to everyday living in New Zealand homes.
Created with the combined skills of a floral artist and interior designer, no two arrangements are ever exactly the same. But every one offers an abundance of joy.
ABOUT CURATED BOTANICS
Curated Botanics brings together the passions and talents of two Auckland based sisters, Abbey and Heather. With Abbey’s background in interior design (Abbey Lang Home) and Heather’s artistic flower-arranging expertise, they offer an impeccable eye for colour, texture, form – and importantly – placement.
From fully-bloomed flowers and luscious leaves, to contemporary cuttings and magnificent mosses, these arrangements are as enticing as they are enduring.
And just as flowers bring happiness, they’ll collaborate to ensure a seamless service that’s second to none. And of course, they are always open to their client's ideas and inspirations.
"Our botanical sculptures are a reflection on nature, an artistic snapshot of flowers and foliage at a specific cycle of bloom, curated and composed like a still life painting."
WHY FAUX FLOWERS & WHY
We agree; nothing beats the natural beauty of real flowers.
But that can also mean high costs, maintenance, a short vase life, allergies, and if we’re honest, a little bit of extra fuss. And where there were once fresh flowers, it often means empty spaces soon follow.