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Barak Hand-Tufted Rug, 8' x 10'

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Floral Décor - Decorating with Florals, Flower Patterns

Floral prints can initially be intimidating when you set out to decorate with them, but if you know several guidelines they don’t have to be hard to work with.  Like real flowers, floral materials all have different patterns and personalities largely determined by the style, size, and shades in them.  Here are some pointers to consider when planning your floral décor.

Scale

This affects mood.  For instance, a pillow with a sizable print will look newer when compared to a pillow with that same pattern in a smaller scale which would have considerably more of a sweet, classic feel depending on the actual print. 

It’s Not Your Grandmother’s Sofa

Okay, to avoid that feeling of a granny sofa, avoid skirted bottom on any upholstered furniture piece.  Offsetting the floral printing with a rug that has a graphic border, you’ll have significantly more of an eclectic feel than an “old” feel. 

Flowers Can Look Good Anywhere

Also if you have a large oriental area rug, you can put floral pillows on your sofa or chair; make it work with a common palette.  Just make sure you select at the very least two colors from your rug and make certain the pillow has a lot of visible background with an open print. 

Mix Floral Prints

Pairing different prints works when you make sure to match up the background colors of each piece.  For a cohesive impact, select one large design paired with two small designs that all share the same background color, like white or off-white. 

Can Florals Be Masculine?

Sure!  There are plenty of florals available which are non-girlie.  First off, avoid little prints in pastel hues which are definitely very feminine.  Steer more towards bright primary colours and bold florals in big patterns that have more of today's vibe and are more male-friendly. 

Traditional Florals

If you love feminine, muted tones and delicate blooms which have a vintage feel, go for a classic pattern like an elaborate rose design with repeats.  Wear it the wall space in wallpaper for a far more dramatic look, or as a simple statement on a bedside lampshade or perhaps a lovely quilt.  Old-fashioned forms of patterns can look even more current when they come in bold, more saturated colors instead of soft and subtle. 

A traditional floral decorated room can include:

  • Tapestry pillows with thick, textured embroidery on a velvet sofa or chair.
  • A good linen throw with a delicate embroidered floral contact and silk trim can add a good touch to a chair or sofa.

Modern Florals

Contemporary florals are bold, oversized, and full of energy.  Modern florals have a very graphic feeling and also feel fresh new.  Repeating a well-loved design is okay, but understand that it won’t be delicate; it’ll dominate the room - in a good way.  If you like clear lines and neutral furnishings, contemporary florals are a great match for you if you want to infuse florals into your décor.  Contemporary florals are crisp, yet enjoyment and give your room warmth and cheer at the same time.

Modern floral touches:

A pillow with one huge graphic floral collection on an all-white mattress creates a sophisticated minimalist vibe.
A simple lamp shade with a large, bold floral on a good lamp base is always a nice touch.

Whatever way you end up decorating your home, what matters the most is that it's pleasing to you and the ones who live life with you.  If it feels right to you but breaks a principle or two - go for it!  That's why the word "eclectic" exists!

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