The use of artificial flowers on a large scale can be both challenging and difficult without "overdoing it," often resulting in a bland and unimaginative scheme.
However; this fear was overcome by plantART at Leila Lily's, with expert use of the highest quality artificial flowers, along with ivies, complimentary foliages and plants of all sizes and species.
Many innovative ideas were employed to create one-off, unusual displays.
These displays included large light rings, extended bar and ceiling canopies, a large ivy arch and window surrounds built on ornate wrought iron frames.
But it doesn't end there, many other items such as a selfie-stand, embossed glass table display and artificial trees set into large stone urns, all add to the drama.
These displays have significantly transformed Leila Lily's, in Grey Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, into an enchanted, yet comfortable and welcoming venue.
Decorative, bespoke wrought ironwork was used to create a large archway structure set within an already impressive entrance doorway, and perhaps more interestingly, to create the illusion of five internal window frames which were fitted along the main wall within the restaurant.
The window frames and feature archway were decorated with entwined, Fire Resistant (FR), artificial green ivy garlands. The frames were also dressed with complimentary flowering artificial lilies, thereby continuing the same theme as used throughout the venue.
Similarly, above the two entrances, plantART assembled colourful floral displays on specially designed and fabricated steel frames. Leila Lily's resides in a magnificent listed building; therefore, these displays could not be fixed using conventional means but were clamped onto the doorway structure to not damage the stonework.