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18 February 2022

Written by Lorraine Lea – Simply Home

Keep the rest of your décor neutral to avoid clashing patterns

Floral prints have been one of the most widely used motifs in interior design for decades, and for a good reason!

With so many gorgeous colours and patterns, it would be a crime to wait until spring to adorn your home with roses, posies and more. We've narrowed down the best ways to incorporate floral prints into your home, including ideas for maximalists and minimalists alike.

Mismatched patterns

This is one for all of our maximalists out there. Sometimes more, really is more! By pairing a classic floral-filled wallpaper with bedding that's equally as bold, you can transform your room into a colourful kingdom of its own. When decorating, don't be afraid to use multiple patterns, prints, and colours. It's all part of the fun of discovering your own personal style story.

The floral feature

floral quilt covers

If going all-out with florals isn't your idea of a winning interior, opt for a single stand-out piece.

Whether you select a stunning feature wall of floral patterned wallpaper or something more interchangeable like a quilt cover set, a pop-of-floral-fun is sure to brighten your boudoir for the better!

Keep the rest of your décor neutral to avoid clashing patterns, and you'll have just the right amount of colour and texture to make your space the envy of all your friends and family.

Our top feature floral picks?
Alyssa, Netta, Kalina, Lulu and Kimba.

Tie it together

decorating with florals

For a bit of continuity in your floral-filled design, use similar patterns and colours throughout your space. By bringing similar patterns into other areas of your room, like art prints or cushion covers, the main focus will be even more of a showstopper!

STYLE TIP: We love adorning our ensuite with Cooper Towels and Bath Mats in similar colours to those found within the patterns of our quilt cover set or accessories like throws and cushions. Tying it together makes both spaces flow seamlessly together.

The subtle centrepiece

floral centrepiece

If you prefer the subtle approach to decorating, and want a hint of colour to add to your interior, keep it simple with a vase of fresh florals.

Go blue with Indiana and Marbella, pink with Dhalia, Loures or Serra, or choose a more transparent option like Solaire or Luminous to make your florals the main event.


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Lorraine Lea

Simply Home

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