Rebecca Hayes Interiors
Edwardian House, South West London
with the neutral daubs in the wallpaper. This is a great example of pretty florals that feel fresh rather than trad.
Choose a cool colourFlorals don’t have to be pink or red. By picking a bold, painterly print in cool blues, you can enjoy florals with
Try a cool floralIf you love floral wallpaper but don’t want anything too girlie or pink, try a more
wallpaper. This is a great example of pretty florals that feel fresh rather than trad.
Soften the look with floral patternsAlthough this scheme doesn’t i
modern furniture or vintage pieces.Discover 10 ways to work with modern florals
Fiddlehead Design Group, LLC
St. Paul Carriage House
Florals can work well with a dark palette, too
contraste paraîtrait fade. Sans ces rideaux à imprimé graphique, le papier peint floral resterait plat et vieillirait le style de cette chambre. Les oreillers,
midnight garden mantra to the very max with all-over wallpaper in a striking floral pattern on a moody background.This design technique works brilliantly if
Glam it upThis gorgeously glam bedroom illustrates how flexible vintage florals can be. The pink rose wallpaper could look rather traditional, but instead
with it, it looks exciting and feminine.TELL US…Are you a fan of vintage florals? Share your thoughts in the Comments below.
STEPHEN FLETCHER ARCHITECTS
HOUSE IN WIMBLEDON
Mix florals tough materials and grown up colour
ed, too, thanks to the exposed brick and grown-up colour scheme. Using florals on one wall only introduces pattern without making the space feel cluttered
light and neutral bedroom suite. The colour is also echoed delicately in the floral wallpaper at the head of the bed. This scheme shows how just a couple of
Florals + exposed brik + fireplace...The light bedroom and floral wallpaper
Pal + Smith
Embrace a bold floral. Lots of eccentrics know the exuberance and power of large-scale flowers
Bold florals. Florals in the '70s were big, loud and proud, in some color combinations that
downright obnoxious, brazenly expressed in bold geometries. Here a more subdued floral mixes with an op-art-like floor in an eclectic mix.
patterns made modern floral wall paper
Its clear that we think 'orange is the new black'. If you love the color, try wrapping your island and installing a...
Tamar Schechner/Nest Pretty Things Inc
White and color Bedroom
Floral pillow case mixed with white and colorful patch quilt.
Faded florals. Speaking of roses, they are a preppy British import when it comes to fabrics. Some of the preppiest floral fabrics come from
votre période hippie. Les plus romantiques d’entre vous trouveront l’imprimé floral charmant.
floral and bright colours...Square florals...love them
Hughes Design Associates
Kiawah Island Residence
Who makes the floral fabric on bedskirt and pillows..and pattern name
Recover the couch, but leave the chair as floral, and keep the floral throw pillows. Then add blue touches.
See Yellow Floral Bed Skirt & Solid Bedspread
wall color, touch of floral bedding...floral patterns/yellows
Tucker & Marks
serene but airy, plaid with floral and patterned rug
plaids similarly colored florals and solid colors
curtains when paired with vibrant colors. Pairs well with: Similarly colored florals and solid colors. Pulling it off: "Pay attention to matching the pattern
curtains when paired with vibrant colors.Pairs well with: Similarly colored florals and solid colors.Pulling it off: "Pay attention to matching the pattern
Laura Hammett Ltd
Combo Buffalo check and floral/laurel patterns
Lovely muted colour with check and floral detail
This checkered bed and floral wallpaper proves you can effectively mix-and-match patterns
Like this idea with the floral design and the plaid but want to carry one of them to the window coverings
Limit the colour palette for a calm effectFlorals needn’t be multicoloured: the delicate shades in this wallpaper show how
design from feeling too intense. Checked patterns can work beautifully with florals – this checked headboard beautifully complements the wallpaper behind. A
way to dip your toe in without getting too deep into the combinations of floral fabrics and furnishings. Don’t be afraid to build up your design slowly