Strange euphorbia arrangement for local farm to table restaurant

Late April Arrangements at Origen

Gorgeous and Green provided another set of wild and local restaurant arrangements for Origen Restaurant in Berkeley.  Here is a pic of the large dining room arrangement.  The focal points were deformed echium branches, I thought it looked almost like a large oyster mushroom, along with locally grown protea and local greens.

weird arrangement for a local restaurant

In Green and Local Beauty, G&G

branchy and wild arrangement for local farm to table restaurant in Berkeley by Gorgeous and Green

Bushy arrangements at Origen by G&G

Last week Gorgeous and Green provided some bushy arrangements for the local Farm to Fork restaurant, Origen.  Local and branchy, it was a nice change from our usual, more sculpted and linear arrangements.

branchy organic arrangement for Berkeley Restaurant by Gorgeous and Green

Large bushy arrangement for local farm to table restaurant by Gorgeous and Green

In Green and Health, G&G

Berkeley office arrangement by Gorgeous and Green

Business flowers by Gorgeous and Green

Here are a couple of pics of some arrangements Gorgeous and Green has done for local East Bay businesses who are committed to local and sustainable practices and materials.

rustic bronze arrangement by Gorgeous and Green for a local business office in Berkeley

A rustic and branchy arrangement for a local Berkeley Office

long lasting office arrangement for a local berkeley office by Gorgeous and Green

A long-lasting arrangement, this is what it looked like one week after drop-off!

In Green, local businesses and beauty,


Calla and artichoke restaurant arrangement by Gorgeous and Green

G&G decor at Origen in April

I would like to continue sharing what Gorgeous and Green does at Origen restaurant in Berkeley, so here are a few more pics from my phone.  This week I tried to incorporate the local white calla lilies, that we've been getting from a local organic grower in Oakland, lovely local blooming camelia branches and some ornamental artichokes, since it is a restaurant! Here are two arrangements, one for the bar and a larger more branchy one for the main dining room:

calla and artichoke arrangement for local farm to table restaurant in Berkeley

Large dining room arrangement for local restaurant in Berkeley by Gorgeous and Green

Sorry it's a little fuzzy!

In Green and Local Beauty,

Gorgeous and Green

Bar arrangement with fun branches by Gorgeous and Green

Sustainable Arrangements at Origen in Berkeley

I have decided to start blogging again about the creative arrangements we create for local businesses and corporate offices.  Here's a look at two arrangements that Gorgeous and Green provided for Origen, a local sustainable farm to fork restaurant in Berkeley that just opened last fall.  We love partnering with local green and sustainable businesses, and appreciate the support when local businesses ask us to provide decor and designs for their business needs.

Here's the large arrangement we created for the main dining room.  We love including locally grown flowers and produce and try to use organic when possible.  Check out the pop of yellow from the lemons...

large restaurant dining room arrangement by Gorgeous and Green

And here's a smaller arrangement for the bar that also has the lovely blooming branches, flowering kale and lemons as well as some pops or orange

Welcome arrangement with citrus by Gorgeous and Green

In Green, Local Business and Health,


Our Restaurant clients last week

Gorgeous and Green does the weekly arrangements for the restaurant Paisan, in Berkeley.  We usually do just a few pieces, they have a small space and just a few touches of color brighten it up.  These were created by my assistant Ryan.


some small arrangements for a few tables

Last week at Revival I used a lot of green for the arrangements.  I love all the different textures and strange looking living things that show up in these arrangements.

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