Flowers bring an incredible sense of life into the home. For centuries they have been favoured for their beauty and scent; and for their ability to make people happy! Perhaps it is the array of colours; the gentle patterns their petals make, or the variations from small, soft clusters, to grand blossoms that make them so attractive. However, when it comes to fresh flowers, after a few days the petals start to wilt and the leaves fall off causing them to lose their beauty. That’s why we were so pleased to discover the beautiful range of artificial flowers available at Saafa Enterprise. These floral arrangements that have been carefully crafted from soap, look good and smell even better.
The owners learnt the art of making these delicate soap flowers while in Japan and this has been passed down from mother to daughter. For years they practiced together, making them at home and using the arrangements to adorn their personal spaces. However, when friends began to notice and the demand for these beautiful flowers started to increase, it was clear that these creations needed to be shared with the rest of Brunei.
As soon as you walk into Saafa Enterprise you are greeted with a soft, clean perfumed scent. The arrangements are attractively displayed and available in all shapes and sizes from small, subtle table ornaments that are perfect for gifts, to grand bouquets that are sure to make a statement in any room.
Customers can even bring in pictures of their dream bouquets and it can be made to order. The possibilities are endless as these flowers can be molded to create the most amazing decorative pieces.
Even after four years these flowers will maintain their stunning look, and although the scent starts to fade a bit, they can simply be sprayed with a pleasant air freshener to enhance the fragrance.
So if you are looking for ways to brighten and freshen up your home for Hari Raya go to Saafa Enterprise, you will definitely find an arrangement to suit your style.
(Safaa Enterprise located in Tanjung Bunut, just opposite Hua Ho Bunut Building).