The Floral Patterns Of Today And The Ways To Use Them In Home Decor
We finally reached a point when we’re giving florals a second chance. We know they kind of look like grandma’s furniture but we’re starting to see past that and to rediscover their beauty and charm. It’s a great thing since a floral pattern can fit in almost anywhere. The trick is knowing how to use them to create the desired look and ambiance. A look inspired by nature can take many different forms and floral patterns can be a big part of it.
Florals on walls and wallpapers
Back in the 18th century when chintz was very popular, wallpaper started being the new way to decorate the walls. At that time wallpaper was expensive, being made of leather and silk. Today things are different. You can find wallpaper everywhere and it comes in all imaginable colors and prints. Floral patterns are just one of the options.
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Floral patterns on carpets and rugs
If you feel like covering your walls with flowers would be a bit too much, there are other ways of introducing a floral pattern into a room’s decor. For instance, you could pick a carpet or an area rug with a floral pattern that matches your style. It can be something cheerful and colorful or it can be something more abstract and toned down.
Florals on furniture
Yes, floral patterns on furniture can definitely give that grandma’s house look but don’t just to conclusions yet. Sometimes that look can actually be comforting and you can definitely give it a chic spin. Still, if you want something more suitable for today, there are plenty of fresh new prints and patterns to choose from. Florals have really evolved over the years. It’s probably why they never really go out of style.
Last but not least, we have all the accessories and the small things that can be used to introduce a beautiful floral pattern into a room’s decor. This includes things like the bedding, all the accent pillows in your home, lampshades, vases and other similar things. This is the easiest way to bring nature inside and to make the most of its vibrant colors.