Floral Patterns

A living room with floral patterned rug. Shown with Luminette Privacy Sheers, available at Boston Blinds in Newton, MA

Make your interior bloom

Adding floral patterns to your décor can bring brightness and joy into your home. Traditional choices include chintz and botanical prints, but contemporary designs are available too, including abstract patterns that sometimes barely look like leaves or flower petals. Many of today’s floral designs are totally up to date with current color palettes and decorating styles.

Depending what prints you choose, florals can create a feminine and delicate mood or make a bold statement.

A home office with Greige accents. Blinds are available at Boston Blinds in Newton
A pillow with an abstract floral pattern adds a pop of color.

Florals mix well with other patterns

Surprisingly, florals go well with other patterns such as stripes, plaids and checks. They also pair well with solids in complementary colors. You can even combine small-scale and large-scale floral patterns with common colors in each design to ensure a harmonious result.

Think about using floral prints for:
– Wall coverings
– Carpeting and rugs
– Upholstery fabrics
– Window treatments
– Painted patterns on wood furniture and walls

A bedroom with greige colored window treatments. Available at Boston Blinds in Newton
You can combine small-scale and large-scale floral patterns if they have a common color.

you can start small

If you’re nervous about adding florals to your home décor, remember that just a small addition of a floral print can lighten up an entire room. Experiment just a little with:
– Decorative throws
– Pillows
– Bedding
– Table linens
– Floral decor

Bring spring indoors this season by adding floral prints to your décor. They’ll refresh your home environment with a bright, natural look.

A bedroom with white and greige bedding, a gray upholstered bed and greige colored walls and window shades.
A beautiful floral pillow and bouquet bring spring indoors.