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How to Incorporate Florals for Spring

The weather hasn't fully committed to spring just yet, but the calendar tells us it's that time. That means starting to incorporate fun, fresh florals into our decor. Since you want furnishings that look beautiful this season, but have the potential to last beyond spring, we've put together a list of a few timeless floral-inspired pieces that you can find when you're out and about it in the Dallas Design District. 

What: 7430 Venetian glass bottle

Where: Decorative Crafts

Details: This is a hand-blown Venetian glass bottle made in Murano, Italy, featuring golden clear finish. It would serve as a lovely centerpiece vase for fresh flowers in your living room on either a coffee table or side table.

What: "Water Lilies" Impressionist painting on canvas by Hardy Martin

WhereGriffin Trading Company

Details: This is an original painting signed by the artist. Its serene, muted colors depict a water garden that would complement a neutral, calm environment such as your hall powder room.

What: Delphinium bowl

Where: Baker Furniture

Details: Featuring the foliage of a delphinium, an elegant and stately perennial, this bowl is made from antiqued bronze, conjuring a Roman feel. It begs to be filled with succulent and vibrant spring fruits such as apricots or limes.

What: Light floral detailed napkin or placemat 

Where: Bernadette Schaeffler

Details: These handmade embroidered masterpieces are the handiwork of Erika Lassen. Each set is unique and can take up to four months to stitch. Your kitchen or dining room table make the perfect setting for these delicate linens. You can use them daily for family meals or reserve them for special occasions.

What: Spring collection throw pillow


Details: This multi-colored pillow is crafted with velvet textures and an intricate floral design. It would be the ideal finishing touch in a collection of throw pillows atop a neutral bedspread or sofa. 

Each room in your home deserves to have a fresh look for spring, so as you weed out the old, check out the Design District showrooms to find ways to welcome a new look. Bonus tip: Check out SJ Silk Designs for a surreal floral creation that will keep your guests wondering how you developed such a green thumb. Every one of its lush displays will pull your entire spring look together.


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