Brush with blush
Put a modern spin on a design classic with lashings of perfect pink
Let larger-than-life blooms courtesy of curtains frame your garden view. These prints effortlessly bring the beauty of blossoms inside. PS, a consistent colour or two throughout any room with multiple pa erns brings unity to your scheme. Osborne & Li le Nina Campbell Floriana (NCF4190-01), domustextiles.com.au.
amid a sea of plains and neutrals, floral prints – be they on fabric or wallpaper – can feel like a statement work of art. You can run wild with the pattern and go for bold outcomes or opt for something more subtle, as here, where the mood is more ephemeral. This is down to the impressionist painterly e ects and colours of the flowers. When you’re seeking a coordinating hue to pull the look together, you need look no further than the design for colour inspiration.
Carry your colour scheme through to dinnerware, layering modern ma -finish plates and bowls for a look that manages to be modern yet elegantly indulgent. As breakfast is usually an informal affair, present each freshly boiled egg in a tiny woven basket.
4 SERIOUSLY IN BLOOM
Your design ambitions for your home need not involve major changes or costly purchases. You’ll feel the floral love as you brighten and beautify your surrounds with a casual arrangement of seasonal flowers and blossoming branches, each of which could come straight from your garden.
5 BURSTS OF BEAUTY
An essential ingredient when decorating with botanical prints of all kinds is the inclusion of freshly cut flowers — they’re like the exclamation mark at the end of a sentence. If you’re a keen gardener, create a patch in your plot to cultivate cut flowers. Pop stems in vases and dot them around your home. Mantels, tables, nightstands and bathroom vanities are all fair game to grace with their fleeting beauty.