With their clean, crisp shapes and bright, vibrant colors, graphic florals are an integral part of many home spaces today. Flowers by their very nature tend to brighten the view of anyone within eyeshot; bringing them indoors in creatively graphic ways has the same effect on interiors.
So even if you tend to associate floral sofas with your grandmother’s house, you might want to sneak a peek at some of these florals in modern home décor. And then go give your stylish grandmother a hug.
Common Space Wallpaper.
A floor-to-ceiling dose of large-scale floral print on the walls provides sufficient visual interest that little else is needed in the space. Modern florals allow one to simplify beautifully.
Modern flower silhouettes in neutral colorways with a pop of color provides instant graphic appeal, even (especially?) in a small space. Bonus: No additional wall art needed!
Balance out a busy floral upholstered set, like these dining chairs, with visually nonexistent acrylic chair legs and plenty of chunks of white and light colors.
Probably one of the last pieces you might notice in this gorgeously funky retro space is the chartreuse floral lampshade, but once you notice it, you’ll realize its major role in balance overall.
Make a huge statement – literally – with huge floral artwork. An oversized modern piece brings a great dose of edginess to a space that is tempered by the sweet, natural artistic content (the flowers themselves).
Pair floral pillows with modern geometric shapes, and you’ve got a recipe for fresh, vibrant style.
A bold, graphic floral print can be a focal point among neutrals, with grace and with ease. Choose large-scale florals for this purpose, so they don’t read as a neutral from farther away.
When you pair vivid, modern florals with contemporary pieces, the effect is cheerful, playful, and stylish. Using a few well-chosen colors from a floral area rug elsewhere in the space provides nice continuity.
Flowery print, almost suzani style, curtains add the perfect dose of energy to a sweet, all-white space. Pair with an oversized fresh bouquet on the coffee table, and the room is abuzz with positive life.