It’s common knowledge that April showers bring May flowers. But, why restrict this to our gardens? This month, we can’t help but be inspired to bring all things floral to our interior spaces. And, there’s no better place in town to source beautiful botanical pieces than the shops and showrooms of the Dallas Design District. Read on for the scoop on just a few of our favorite floral finds.
Fine Art from ALG Collective
Perhaps one of the most effortless ways to instantly bring life to a space is with fine art. So, why not consider a piece with real floral flare, like this sculptural oil painting by ALG Collective’s very own Melissa Ellis. Not only does the flower in full bloom seamlessly evoke feelings of spring and a fresh start, but the stunning hues of purple, blue, and green add subtle pops of color to any space this piece calls home. To see similar options, visit ALG Collective’s studio and showroom to browse more works of art by Melissa and their other in-house artists.
Contact ALG Collective: (214) 509-8670
Lighting from Twelve Twenty Dallas
If you know us, you know that Twelve Twenty Dallas is one of our go-to’s for finding an eclectic mix of hand-picked home decor. And, items like this exquisite lotus chandelier are just one example of why. Made from ice glass, this statement piece instantly brings a whimsical yet sophisticated vibe to the space it inhabits, not to mention doubles as a great conversation starter. Another plus? The blush color is relatively neutral, allowing it to seamlessly complement other decor and furnishings with which it shares space. Should you be just as keen on this piece as we are, talk to the team at Twelve Twenty Dallas about finding something similar for your home.
Contact Twelve Twenty Dallas: (214) 748-1220
Draperies from Fabricut Dallas
If bright, bold, and beautiful are your aesthetic, then lo and behold have we found the perfect draperies for you. Fabricut Dallas’ “Secret Garden” print was designed by Vervain and is sure to breathe life into any space it inhabits. The striking shades and geometric botanical shapes command attention but in the most harmonious of ways. If you’re looking to add a vibrant backsplash to a particular room, draperies like this are a surefire way to do so. Connect with the folks at Fabricut Dallas for assistance in accomplishing a similar look in your space.
Contact Fabricut Dallas: (214) 651-0440
Textiles from Schumacher Dallas
It’s no secret that anything with the Schumacher 1889 name on it will be nothing short of chic. Case in point? Their “Bouquet Toss” textile designed by Celerie Kemble. Seen here on a sofa, “Bouquet Toss” elicits retro yet elegant vibes, appropriate for practically any setting. Not only does the lush yet muted color scheme seamlessly correlate with various other prints, patterns, and colorways, but it works equally well on both larger and smaller scales — from sofas and loveseats to ottomans and throw pillows. To see about how you might incorporate “Bouquet Toss” or something akin in your home, speak to the pros at Schumacher Dallas.
Contact Schumacher Dallas: (214) 748-3331 // Dallas@fsco.com
Wallcoverings from GRACIE
Wonder where some of our favorite wallcoverings come from? GRACIE, of course! And, “Georgian Ivory” is absolutely no exception. This ethereal wallpaper is a perfect fit for bedrooms, as seen here, as well as bath or powder rooms, dining rooms, or a lady’s study — the possibilities are truly limitless. The pale pink and green tones are just as soothing as they are uplifting, which further proves why it's a foolproof choice for any space. Get in touch with the gurus at GRACIE to go over all the potential ways “Georgian Ivory” or a comparable wallcovering could work in your home.
Contact GRACIE: (214) 749-5777 // Andrew.firstname.lastname@example.org // Sarah.email@example.com
There is no better time than the present to spring into action and bring the outdoors in with floral-inspired pieces. So, what are you waiting for? Make your way down to the DDD where our shops and showrooms are ready + eager to bring your botanical visions to life.