The New Way To Decorate With Florals For Spring 2017
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While we all know that florals usually herald the beginning of spring, the season’s garden prints are being found on far more than just the runways. In fact, flowery décor at home is set to elevate everyday style to chic new heights, with last year’s granny florals being replaced by more contemporary alternatives. If you’re wondering how to upgrade your floral print home décor for the season ahead, look no further than these stellar interior design tips.
Combine lavender and blue with hints of gold: To instantly revamp a neutral bathroom, try adorning your white-painted windows with pale purple and blue floral curtains. Meanwhile, a marble tub with gold fixtures can bring a hint of luxury into your space. Add lavender branches in a minimalist white vase, and prepare to transform a humble bath area into a blossoming spa-like paradise.
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Turn to the boho chic trend for your inspiration: If you’re currently dreaming of a bohemian escape and the upcoming music festival season, you can easily achieve the look at home. Embrace an adventurous look with a vintage inspired floral print sofa in punchy shades of bright blue and pink. Meanwhile, colourful paisley printed accent cushions, white crochet blankets and watercolour paintings help to capture the flowery spirit in the air.
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Entertain at home with delicate floral dishware: For anybody in the mood for a tea party, spring is certainly the perfect season. Turn to black and white gold-trimmed plates adorned with breathtaking floral motifs, and prepare to impress your guests. Springlike patterns and splashes of violets and sunflowers ensure that sunny days are quite literally on your plate.
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