A Few Floral Picks For A Spring Home

Pantone’s colour of the year is a pleasing shade of pink, feminine tones are on the rise and the trend for sustainability is becoming ever more popular so embracing a few well chosen floral accents is a great way to bring your home bang up to date and in line with all these interior design themes.  

Floral gallery walls like this one from Desenio costing £184.50 are a relatively cheap way to introduce a floral theme into your home, without reaching for the wallpaper paste and paint brushes. The more pictures you add to your gallery the greater impact you can create.

Floral gallery walls from Desenio - Chartford Homes

Choosing florals in shades of blush and rose like this one ties in perfectly with soft neutrals and other feminine tones while going for a lusher, jungle inspired floral design can introduce more greenery, the perfect pairing for an eco-interior.  

No one quite does floral prints like Cath Kidston but we especially like this set of three bamboo storage pots at £20 which take a more modern approach to the floral style, yet with Cath’s signature style and sense of fun. Small decorative items and accents like this are perfect for just making a small gesture towards the latest home trends, without going the whole hog. As the saying goes, a little can go a long way.

Cath Kidston Bamboo Storage Pots - Chartford Homes

Last but by no means least are soft furnishing, bedding, curtains, cushions and upholstery are always going to be a reliable source of floral printed fabrics and designs. These beautifully embroidered Jimena occassional chairs from Anthropologie demonstrate perfectly how florals can be given a modern twist and make a serious statement without going too girly.

Embroidered Chairs from Anthropologie - Chartford Homes

And there you have it, a short and sweet piece on how to give your home a floral feel this spring.