If you’re looking to create an eye-catching feature on a budget, you can’t go wrong with a flower wall! They’re everywhere these days, from the Love Island villa to statement hallway makeovers, they sure make an impact.
Whether you use it as a backdrop at special events or style it at home, #diyflowerwalls look super effective, and are actually really simple to make.
- Artificial plant wall: how to create a faux greenery wall for your home
- Wall décor ideas: wall art for every style and budget
- Where should you put your feature wall?
- How to create an outdoor living wall
- How to wallpaper a feature wall
- How to dry flowers and 3 styling ideas
Before you get started on your own flower wall, here’s everything you need to know!
What is a flower wall?
A flower wall is a type of backdrop that is made by attaching large quantities of fresh or faux flowers to a panel of wire mesh. Flower walls are often used at events, such as parties or weddings, to zone a space or provide an aesthetic background for photographs.
Flower walls are also used in people’s homes as an alternative to traditional feature walls, adding interest, colour and texture to a living room, bedroom or even dining room.
How much do flower walls cost?
The overall price of a flower wall will depend on the size of the wall and whether it is made with fresh or faux flowers, but artificial flower wall tiles tend to start at a price of around £12 each. A complete, professionally made flower wall can cost anything from £500 (for a 4ft by 4ft wall) to upwards of £10,000.
How do I make a flower wall?
To make your own flower wall, you will need:
- Fake or real flowers with at least 3 inch stems
- Wire mesh (sized dependent on how large you’d like the wall)
- Garden wire
- Wall hanger
As mentioned above, you can use fresh flowers to make your wall, but faux flowers are a more cost-effective option because they last much longer and can be purchased online, in bulk.
We recommend using a mixture of large and small flowers to give your wall a full, natural look, but the colours and styles you choose are totally up to you… get creative!
Arrange the flowers into piles of the same colour, so you can evenly distribute them as you build out your flower wall.
Starting from the outside, thread the flowers through the metal mesh panel and secure them as you go along using the garden wire to help hold them in place.
Work your way inwards, making sure to vary the colours so there’s a natural mix of colours.
Once your panel is full, add your choice of wall hanger and secure this to the back of the panel, so you can attach it to the wall or the rail (depending on where you’d like your flower wall to go).
If flowers don’t appeal and you prefer more greenery heres how to make an artificial plant wall
Best flower walls
Looking to invest in a pre-made flower wall? Here are some of our favourite options on the market.
White Flower Wall Backdrop
- Buy now from Etsy (£19.80)
Hot Pink Flower Wall
- Buy now from Etsy (£515)
Pink, White, Ivory Rose flower panels
- Buy now from Etsy (£54.98)
Luxury Soft Pastel Flower Wall
- Buy now from Etsy (£80.10)
Flower Wall Tile
- Buy now from Argos (£12)
Looking forward to black Friday? Check out our choice of the Best Black Friday homeware deals and sales