RHS Houseplant Studios 2022

RHS Houseplant Studios 2022 in collaboration with Malvern Garden Buildings

We’re delighted to, once again, be working in collaboration with the RHS – providing six stunning garden buildings for the Houseplant Studios area at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show.

Tucked away on the Plateau in Ranelagh Gardens, our practical studios will offer houseplant enthusiasts the perfect space to showcase their designs and give visitors the inspiration to bring their homes to life with on-trend, plant-filled rooms.

Meet the Designers

RHS Chelsea Flower Show

24 – 28 May 2022

Meet the Designers

We know what a positive impact well designed spaces can have on quality of life, and we’re thrilled to be collaborating with designers who understand the extraordinary benefits of houseplants.

Find out more James Whiting from Plants by There

@Plantsbythere

  • Designer: James Whiting
  • Studio: Planet Studio
  • Garden Building: The Kew Garden RoomSponsored by Malvern Garden Buildings

Former RHS Chelsea Gold Medal winner, James is a stylist and curator with a love for enhancing spaces with houseplants and ceramics. His design, Planet Studio, is inspired by the iconic Manhattan club Studio 54, where retro classics and wonderful oddities of the houseplant world will collide in a nostalgic feast for the eyes.

Frankie and Rob Vincent from Hutch Houseplants

Hutch Houseplants

  • Designers: Rob & Frankie Vincent
  • Studio: Rewilding
  • Garden Building: Flat Roof Studio

Exeter based Hutch Houseplants exist to show that anybody, anywhere can be a plant parent. Their 2022 design, Rewilding is a celebration of houseplants in their natural state, where the plants will ‘reclaim’ the studio, to create a walk-in terrarium.

Find out more Charlotte Durrant from The Aroid Attic

The Aroid Attic

  • Designers: Charlotte Durrant & Mo Bhula
  • Studio: Social Media versus Reality
  • Garden Building: Flat Roof Studio

Owner Charlotte has teamed up with social media plantaholic Mo Bhula of The Botanical Archive to create their design, which will explore the juxtaposition of social media and reality.

Find out more Emily Lawlor from Happy Houseplants and Sarah Gerrard-Jones The Plant Rescuer

Happy Houseplants x The Plant Rescuer

  • Designers: Emily & Mark Lawlor with Sarah Gerrard-Jones
  • Studio: The Plant Clinic
  • Garden Building: Studio Pavilion

Happy Houseplants and The Plant Rescuer will be bringing together independent businesses and social media influencers to create the Plant Clinic, an interactive space for people to learn how to better care for their houseplants.

Find out more Antonia Macgregor from The Planted House

The Planted House

  • Designer: Antonia Adams
  • Studio: A Room to Dance
  • Garden Building: Studio Apex

The Planted House is an immersive space to excite and inspire plant lovers and the curious. A dramatic aerial garden will be the focus of their 2022 design, with rattan woven throughout the space.

Find out more The Edible Bus Stop

The Edible Bus Stop

  • Designer: Mak Gilchrist & Pascale Duval
  • Studio: Botanical Rhapsody
  • Garden Building: Studio Pent
  • Sponsored by: Close Brothers Asset Management

The Edible Bus Stop are a spatial design studio specialising in transformative landscape design for the public realm. Following on from their medal-winning success at last year's Houseplant Studios, they return with 'Botanical Rhapsody'. Their immersive studio offers a sensory experience, that through sound, vision and touch, explores our innate connection with nature.

Find out more The Plant Workshop

The Plant Workshop

  • Designers: Dave & Steve Morley
  • Studio: The Grass Is Greener Where You Water It
  • Garden Building: Flat Roof Studio

The Plant Workshop will create a beautiful and inclusive work from home space, balancing productivity and downtime, which they hope visitors will take inspiration and ideas from to replicate a sense of sanctuary irrespective of locality, space or budget.