Incorporating floral prints, patterns or pieces into the interior of a home can sometimes be a tricky task. You don’t want your space to look or feel like a kindergarten classroom, nor for it to resemble a room from your favorite 70’s sitcom. Fortunately, there are unique, tasteful ways in which one can introduce floral vibes. Read on for a few of our current favorites.
Despite popular belief, florals don’t always have to be brought in by fabrics or upholsteries. For instance, Duralee’s Neon Floral Collection is comprised of colorful, floral hardware pieces that instantly evokes that “wow” factor + makes the functional fun and funky. This way, you’re able to keep your fabrics simple and sophisticated and let the little pieces act as the floral element.
Another common misconception is that florals must always be showcased in bright, vibrant shades. However, the beautiful Murphy Chandelier from Arteriors proves quite the contrary. Its vintage vibe coupled with the intricate dandelion detailing make it versatile and suitable for any room. Or, if you’re looking for a lighting option that’s a bit more subtle than a chandelier, the Adam Sconce from Allan Knight are perfect pieces for a hallway or entryway.
For those looking to bring in a floral element that’s sure to be a focal point, look no further than Annie Selke’s Floral Bright Glass Wall Tile from The Tile Shop. The distinctly artistic tile installation is guaranteed to elevate any space it inhabits. Each 24" x 30" tile has a bright, modern take on a floral print that is based on a colorful custom art piece from Annie Selke's personal collection. While the installation will likely dominate its space, it should pair perfectly with other soft neutrals in the room.
The beauty of designing with floral-inspired pieces is how versatile they really can be, both in terms of form and function. For a better idea of what the Dallas Design District shops + showrooms have to offer, come see us and do some perusing in person!