Floral fans rejoice! Flowered prints are having a moment not seen since Bunny Williams' heyday. Popping up on dresses, wallpaper, stationery and beyond, there’s something fresh and fun about a good floral, and they keep coming back year after year because there are just so many ways to do them—big and bold, delicate and vintage inspired, or whimsical and ironic. Florals definitely have staying power, meaning you should feel confident about investing in floral pieces for your table, bath or bedroom.
Pomegranate Bed Linens are based on an 18th century design from Schumacher’s archive, Pomegranate reimagines a timeless botanical in three luscious colorways, green, pink, and bright blue. This vibrant style is printed in Italy on our 500 thread count Luca percale and finished with the subtlest scalloped edge and white tape—a perfect pairing of Schumacher artistry and Matouk craftsmanship and an instant way to add florals to your living space.
The Calypso bedding from Yves Delorme is a tropcial take on florals, with flowers, foliage and corals appearing in watercolor and delicate botanical drawings. A tale of plants illustrated in refined multi-colors with soft contrasts. The duvet and shams are coral reef print on the front on a white background and reverse to micro geometric print on the back with a piped finish. This is dreamy for a girl's bedroom, or a tropical beach house full of ocean blue, tropical greens, and punchy pinks.
Florals are extra versatile for entertaining, and are perfect pieces to mix, match, and style with loads of different table top themes and colors. This place setting from Deborah Rhodes pairs the gorgeous Orchid napkin ring with punchy Cabana Border Flax Napkin and scalloped woven indoor/outdoor placemat. Napkin Rings are the fastest and easiest way to make any table top spring into floral, and right now feel like just amount of flower power. For a Provencial feel, try the Wild Berry Spray rings, or for a more formal gilded mood, the gold Dogwood rings. Florals for bath can be a bit trickier, since dense patterns can overwhelm small spaces. A safe bet is to choose one floral motif in the bathroom, and layer in solids in similar colors. Abyss and Habidecor's Brighton Rug is unique in that the floral motif is cut into the layers of the rug, not printed, so it packs a floral punch without being busy.
It pairs beautifully with the Boudoir towels from Yves Delorme, which bring in the color with a bright floral pattern.