Summer is in full swing and that means gardens are filled with blooms of all colors and varietals. Decorating your home with touches of floral patterns is one way to bring summer botanicals indoors to last throughout the year. Modern floral patterns are popping up everywhere again, with fresh interpretations finding their way into textiles, wallpaper, home accessories, rugs, and even light fixtures.
Timid tea rose patterns are now a thing of the past! This century’s options allow you to layer your home with contemporary chrysanthemums, bright dahlias, and bold zinnias to add those fresh blooms but with modern flair.
Retro inspired floral fabrics are surging in popularity, they are guaranteed to infuse your home with an energetic vintage vibe.
Wallpaper has remained popular for several years now and the bigger bolder patterns are fantastic for walls or other do-it-yourself projects like this papered table top. Don’t miss these twelve great sources for wallpaper!
Looking to layer your home with contemporary florals? Here are a few of my style picks!
From top left: Caymen Wallpaper, Thibaut (see retailers); Memento Sunset Wallpaper, Graham & Brown, $85/roll; Capiz Lotus Pendant, MBW Furniture, $418; Bliss Living Posey Pillow, Amazon, $64; Flower Tea Lights, Z Gallerie, $10; Silk lison pillow, ABC Home, $125; Oilcloth chair cushions, Urban Outfitters, $24; Watercolor Placemats, World Market, $20; Coco curtain, Anthropologie, $168; Happy Poppies pillow, Layla Grace, $104; Garden Roses Tools, Wild & Wolf; Flower Print Tray, West Elm, $16; Floral Slipcover, Pier 1, $40; Floral Tray, Burke Decor, $46; Poppy Garden Canvas, Overstock, $52; Lavender Slipper Chair, Target, $199; Mod Floral Quilt, Target, $60; Catalina Rug 7’ x 10’, Overstock, $199; 5 x 7’ Verona Rug, Rugs USA, $417
Where is your favorite place to use floral patterns in your home?
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