Style Guide – Florals
Spring is just over the horizon and with it comes a fresh new take on the floral trend. Popular in the spring fashion shows, the hero of this trend is Brit based designer Erdem Moragliogu, the man with the most creative take on florals since legendary mid-century florist Constance Spry. His enchanting prints are as fresh and fragrant as an English garden, transforming stale dull florals from seasons past into bold & bright patterns. A fabulous trend to take to your interior, add a statement floral home accessory or several key pieces, mix & match clashing floral prints for an instant spring interior makeover.
This Sonia Rykiel Masion bean bag will make a statement wherever it is placed. It features a pretty floral pattern in shades of orange, yellow and pink on a black background and is filled with polystyrene beads making it incredibly comfy.
Add an instant garden to any room with this fantastically vibrant Mebehal rug from Missoni Home. A perfect rug to transform any living area this rug is made from luxurious 100% wool making it super soft under foot.
Bright and breezy this Daisy Patch cushion is part of the Kids collection form Designers Guild. With a delightful patchwork design of flowers, stripes and polka dots, combined with embroidered highlights this cushion will bring a breath of fresh air to any sofa or bed.
Pip Studio’s shabby chic designs are perfect to fit the bill for this trend. This Birds in Paradise duvet cover set has a pretty floral design featuring pink flowers and birds on a khaki background, and the reverse has a pretty blue and white floral pattern.
Take the floral trend with you wherever you go with this Chinoise Weekender bag from Pip. With an all-over floral pattern & cute little birds on a brown background, it is the perfect size to fit everything you need for a weekend away, and it will brighten up the day of anyone who uses it.