01 Jun Blooming Styles in Interior Design: Bold Floral
Spring is a time of rain, sun and flowers. To celebrate the return of beautiful blooms we have found some beautiful floral statement pieces to provide you with some fabulous interior design inspiration. Welcome to “Bold Floral Interior Design”.
Let’s start with a highly visible, big impact piece that can define a space… The sofa. This vintage inspired sofa has many rich colors, a unique pattern, and has a bright, bold boho feel. It can be a focal point in a room’s interior design or mixed among a colorful crowd of fun pieces and a rich wall color. Learn more about the Jessica Print Sofa from World Market.
If a sofa is too big of a commitment for a floral statement piece, no problem. You can always pair it down to a chair. The printed Alistair Chair from Anthropologie has a large pattern with beautifully bold colors. You can certainly find muted floral color palettes and patterns as well. But at this time of year, color is just bursting all around us and this chair seems to fit right in. This chair would be a lovely centerpiece in a reading nook.
One of my personal sources for colorful home goods is Zara Home. Our guest bedroom has a floral duvet that I came across in Belgium. The good thing is Zara Home is now available in the US. The bright colors have a cheery feel, exactly the look I was going for when putting together a welcoming guest room in our home design. The current collection is filled with beautiful floral colored bedding including this watercolor floral duvet.
Alice in Wonderland is back with the movie in theaters now, Alice Through the Looking Glass, and these throw pillows by MacKenzie-Childs remind me of the costume design. The garden show fuchsia pillow reminds me of the Queen of Hearts.
While Rose Pillow has a bit of a Mad Hatter feel. Both are featuring the theme of the interior design look I’ve noted through out the post, bold floral.
As I sit here crafting this post I realize I have quite a bit of floral artwork in my own home. I am seemingly drawn to it. My grandfather was a wildlife and nature artist, we have one of his original floral paintings proudly hanging in our home. We also picked up a set of three gorgeous peony watercolor paintings from an artist in Florence when we were traveling in Italy a few years ago. A great place to also find some wonderful artists and their work is of course, Etsy. Here are some pieces I found and think are great.
The colors really pop in this abstract print.
These peonies remind me of the ones I mentioned that we got in Florence, Italy.
Ah spring, we are glad you’ve blossomed… Stay tuned for another post looking at a lighter floral palette we are seeing this spring! Have a question about the choices in this post? Leave it in the comment below!