Often considered as old-fashioned or chintzy, florals would usually be our last choice when we want to modernise our homes, but that’s set to change as florals are back and are bigger than ever.
Painterly florals have been quite popular over recent months and it’s clear to see why. These pretty and vibrant prints are a softer way to incorporate florals and work really well with simple modern furniture to add warmth to a minimal look.
If you want to create a fresh and elegant look, then a floral style such as this Whitworth fabric could be perfect. Pastel shades like the Duck egg shade we’ve used on the wall, match the delicate petals within this print perfectly.
Vintage florals can be anything between muted and sophisticated to bold and loud, so are a versatile choice when working with a floral scheme. Delicate vintage florals look chic when paired with a neutral colour palate and French furniture, whereas more brashy styles, are best kept to scatter cushions or can look great when used as a feature in an ornate picture frame such as the ones below.
Some florals when accessorised correctly will never go out of fashion, and this Montartre fabric from the Prestige Collection, is no exception. This look is lifted by pairing the floral fabric with the bold stripes of our Picasso fabric and co-ordinating scatter cushions.
There’s a floral style to suit all tastes, whether that be clean and modern or decorative and traditional, so if you’re thinking of making home improvements and would like any help incorporating floral fabrics or any other styles into your home, then contact Plumbs today and one of our expert Home Consultants will talk you through our huge range of furniture fabrics.