The results are in! Keep scrolling to discover the winners of this year’s Belgravia in Bloom awards…

Best Overall Display 

WINNER – Chelsea Textiles

Lifesize animals dressed for the fairground welcome guests to Chelsea Textiles vintage funfair. The characters are designed by renowned illustrator and designer Domenica More Gordon.

Highly Commended – Fermoie

Fermoie used British-grown flowers to create an arch and flower meadow, complete with prancing carousel horses.

Best Overall Display Using Silk Flowers

WINNER – The Hari

A floral dodgem in the hotel’s signature blue and gold is surrounded by crawling ivy, white wisteria and purple clematis.

Highly Commended – Rococo Chocolates

Rococo created autumnal blooms to celebrate the changing seasons and the arrival of the brand’s A/W collection. 

Best Interpretation of the theme

WINNER – The Lanesborough

The Lanesborough created 14ft giant ice cream cones made with fresh flowers, gracing the grand entrance to the Regency landmark hotel.

Highly Commended – Bayley & Sage

Meander through Bayley & Sage’s path to the fair included a coconut shy and candy floss stall before reaching the carousel. 

Most innovative

WINNER – Errol Douglas

Errol Douglas’ carousel-inspired floral elephant is created from a fresh Sphagnum moss base with a mixture of seasonal brightly coloured blooms showcasing the highly decorated merry-go-round elephant ride. 

Highly Commended – Papouelli 

This children’s clothes boutique features a large moss circus horse with a flower saddle showcasing an abundance of bright circus colours.

Merit awards were given to: The Fine Cheese Company, Collier Webb, Ochre, The Orange, Daylesford Organic, Robert Kime, Chestnut Bakery, Me + Em, Stivalleria Cavallin, Moyses Stevens, Summerill & Bishop, Jo Loves, NRBY, PDP London and Masterpeace.

Silver awards were given to: Rococo Chocolates, Robertaebasta, Bonadea, The Odd Chair Company, Cox London, Bayley & Sage, Papouelli and Joanna Wood.

Gold awards were given to: The Lanesborough, Errol Douglas, The Hari, Fermoie and Chelsea Textiles.

Don’t forget there is still time to vote for the Belgravia in Bloom People’s Choice Award, choose your winner here.