Flowers have even been paired with monochrome palettes, to contrast pretty feminine detailing with androgynous tones.
From wood block wisterias to lithographic leaf trails, the latest trend for graphic and illustrated florals has something for everyone, whether you’re a lover of contemporary styling or retro chic.
Flora abounds this season, with designs influenced by everything from the quintessential English garden to lush tropical rainforests and the architectural splendour of Japanese water gardens. To help you get the look you want, we’re focusing on two key floral trends, and in this article we show you how to create your own indoor oasis with graphic florals.
Scandinavians have always looked to nature for design inspiration, creating beautiful aesthetics from the colours and textures found in the surrounding landscape. We’ve used the same simple design philosophy to bring you Natur, a stunning range of curtains and Roman blinds inspired by Scandinavian design. This typical Scandi living room combines Freya Mustard block print floral curtains with the delicate leaf trails of a Lotta Roman blind.
When we and our partners at House Beautiful magazine were looking to nature for inspiration for our latest collection, the statuesque bamboo was a natural choice. Create a peaceful and relaxing retreat with this gorgeous Bamboo Linen Roman blind from the Origins House Beautiful range. The neutral palette and subtle design detail works wonderfully with any style of décor.
This season, florals are sharing the design spotlight with all manner of seeds, beans, grains and pods which translate beautifully into graphic and illustrative styling. We’ve used a stunning Silas Natural Roller blind to give this cosy living room a rustic, yet contemporary feel. To get the look, combine a neutral palette of warm cream, oatmeal and latte tones with natural cotton and linen furnishings.
For a sophisticated, sub-tropical look, choose luscious palm leaves and fern frond motifs printed onto sumptuous silks in rich forest shades of bark, moss and aqua. We’ve chosen a Safi Turquoise Roman blind to give this stylish kitchen a luxurious look.
Small and bright
This Nelda Fruity Vertical blind makes a colourful addition to this practical kitchen space. Vertical blinds are available in a range of performance fabrics, including wipe clean and moisture-resistant, so are ideal for kitchens and bathrooms, where you want to allow the light in, but keep prying eyes out. This fun design features tiny flowers in bright shades of red, orange, lime and blue.