Bringing floral patterns to your house is simpler than it seems, and you really don’t have to be intimidated by it. Flowers are usually regarded as delicate and feminine additions to decoration, but more than that, they can bring a wonderful energy and vibrant colours to a room.
Fabric, painted or stained furniture, china and light fixtures can all help you bring floral details into your property. It is possible to begin it small, using a couple cushions or some delicate floral dessert plates. Whatever you decide on, let some florals brighten up your interiors this summer. — Luciane from Home Bunch
Claudette Bedding – GBP 7.50
Floral patterns in sheets provide a summery and romantic feel to the bedroom. This set is indeed fresh.
Cottage & Bungalow
Flamingo Rattan Lamp – $579
You really don’t have to wind up with your grandma’s lamp to bring some flowers to your living room. This lamp has a natural shape, and its own floral design could not be more subtle.
Albero Floreale, Grey – $56.25
Wallpaper is not as big of a commitment as it used to be. It’s a lot easier to remove if you become tired of this, but chances are you won’t get tired of this one since it has a very neutral color and design.
French Garden House
Vintage Shabby Hand Painted French Style Floral Bed – $3,500
This vintage, shabby chic, French mattress is totally stunning. I really like the details along with the colour. Simply bring some white sheets and also a comfy mattress, and you’ll be able to call it heaven.
Tall Three Drawer Chest, White Floral – $2,136
A floral torso is a big commitment (don’t tell your husband), but it would look great at a cabin or any space you want to bring a vintage, shabby chic texture.
Garden Gorgeous, Navy and Red – $78
You can design an entire room with this stunning color palette. It’s quite inspiring, which is just the type of thing that you need to bring in your house.
An angel at my table
Custom Fabric Coffee Table Stool – GBP 295
I’m really in love with this ottoman. Its classic design could be a great addition to any space.
Live Like You
Leigh Sofa, Cleo Spring – $3,945
I really like how elegant yet casual this couch seems. Balance the floral print using some cushions that are neutral.
Spring Floral Shower Curtain – $49
Shower curtains can be quite stylish. Find one that matches the existing components in your bathroom for a quick makeover.
I have this one! I enjoy adding some fun florals using china.
Anything that you put on a gorgeous plate appears to taste much
Coqo Floral Rug, Navy – $98
This carpet has the classic look of blue and white but with a modern twist.
Tapestry Fabric, Vintage Floral by Queen Decor – $30
This vintage floral fabric could be great on cushions or an ottoman. The secret is not overdoing it and understanding how to balance it out with other pieces that are impartial.
Mercury Glass Decanter – $32
This decanter is the perfect feminine touch to add to a dining area or bookshelf. It’s delicate and lovely.
Capel Rugs Piedmont Floral Damask Light Turquoise Wool Rug – $101
A floral damask carpet is a excellent way to bring some pattern to a living space. Additionally, its design helps disguise any small spills in the kids.
Custom Color Ruffle Rose Pillow, Small by That Funky Boutique – $29
How about changing your couch into a plushy place to relax? Build your “indoor garden” with cushions.
The Southern Home
Folkloric – Garden Whimsy Pillow – $120
This pillow is the right accession to bring colour and a summery feel into a room.
Ceramic Melon Knob, Aqua – $8
I’m a big fan of Anthropologie’s knobs. They’re a simple and inexpensive way to add a vintage look to furniture and doors.
Worlds Away Venus Pendant Capiz Shell Floral, Turquoise – $423
It is possible to use this dramatic and enjoyable ring over a kitchen island, in a foyer, powder room or office. It comes in yellow, turquoise, white and pink.
An angel at my table
Retro Flower Suitcases – GBP 15
These retro suitcases would look great beside a girl’s bed. It is possible to use them for decor and storage at precisely the same time.
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