02 November 2017 | Post By: Warings At Home | Home Inspiration
Go bold with floral patterns
Florals. A trend that everyone assumed had died back in the 1970s came rushing back this year. The truth is that for many people floral designs and greenery might sound outdated. However, some interior design ideas stand the test of time no matter what and floral centrepieces are proof of just that. You can pretty much apply this look to any style of home – from Scandinavian to Bohemian – as long as you use it with caution. This trend, it seems, has come back to stay, and it can let you create a chic home just by knowing what works in your space. From greenery to stunning floral designs, there’s certain to be something that suits your particular abode.
Rock an ultra-vintage theme in your home by incorporating flowers and greenery in your home décor. The flowers should complement your other interior decorating ideas in the best possible way. That’s why, before you do anything else, you should make sure that you take note of the tones and patterns in your home - this is the golden rule.
The 'brights' garden bird cushion's distinctive abstract pops of colour are layered underneath the fine lines of a botanical woodcut.
Embroidered Rannoch thistle rectangular cushion with a check pattern on the back and has Duck lining with a zip.
This throw has a beautiful repeated Damson pattern in a gorgeous heather, and trimmed with tassels.
Kangaroo Paws spray in red orange - combine a few stems to create a lovely winter decorative centrepiece.
Papering the walls in your home is a lovely way to create a sensory look with rich textures to explore. The new wallpaper collection from Farrow&Ball features large petal motifs, as well as classic floral patterns in various colourways.