Scarlet & Violet

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Scarlet and Violet
Kensal Rise
This exquisite flower shop takes your breath away the moment you walk in the door. An abundance of flowers are displayed casually in old jugs, buckets, glass jars and even milk bottles. The artless containers serve in fact to draw the eye to the extraordinary artistry displayed in the bunches made up in the very personal style of the owner, Victoria Brotherson (at her happiest when arranging flowers for parties in people’s houses). Old-fashioned and traditional country garden flowers are plentiful, including nodding peonies, and tall sticks of hollyhocks and delphiniums. Highly recommended
Venue name: Scarlet & Violet
Address: 76 Chamberlayne Road
NW10 3JJ
Opening hours: Open 9am-6pm Mon-Sat
Transport: Tube: Kensal Green tube
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4.3 / 5

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Anna T

Unbelievable flowers, beautifully and creatively composed by lovely people and they cater for any budget.

Maggie W
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This is the very best place to buy flowers in London – the staff are all super helpful, and really good about putting together a bouquet per whatever specifications I may have that day. I normally say to them that I want to spend around £25 and I like blue and purple flowers, and they just create this beautiful masterpiece. We’ve also found that their bouquets last for at least a week and half, and sometimes up to 2 weeks – so it’s really good value for money vs. spending £20 at Waitrose and them dying a week later. I would highly recommend this place!

diane frazer

spectacular highly original flowers. all prices available. exquisite arrangements. delightful helpful staff. I`ve been getting flowers here for years and they last.


My boyfriend spent a ridiculous amount of money on flowers from Scarlet & Violet for Valentine's Day. They arrived in water and I immediately arranged them in a vase, but just over two days later, the roses are already crispy and the peonies have not bloomed, just wilted. To add to it, the arrangement was almost entirely foliage. I understand that Valentine's Day is an expensive time to buy flowers but this is a p*ss take.