Interiors are in full bloom this year with a bevy of botanical beauties that dance joyfully across the wall. Floral wall coverings are a top interior design trend, and I promise, there’s nothing grandmotherly about them.
Need some convincing? For today’s post, I’ve gathered a menagerie of fabulous floral and botanical wall coverings in all shapes, sizes and colors, whose undeniable beauty, delicate drama and clever charm make a room not only beautiful but unforgettable.
Go Big or Go Home
Dark and moody, dramatic and fearless, lush and romantic, these larger than life floral patterns splash garden goodness all over the wall. I’m talking dramatic, oversized blooms, in high contrast colors, such as black, white, pink, gold and luscious jewel tones. The grand scale of these flowers takes a commitment, but it’s so totally worth it when you see how they can transform a space, taking it from mundane to marvelous. It just goes to prove, there are definitely perks to being a wallflower.
A Painterly Approach
Inspired by traditional watercolors, these florals are softer and more contemporary, yet still dramatic.
Fresh and Fun
Not feeling the “old masters” vibe? Check out these contemporary wallflowers for a look that’s fresh and fun.
Classic Elegance Never Goes Out of Style
Maybe you love florals but want to update your traditional interior with an elegant but newer take on classic.
All that Glitters
Gold makes a striking statement in these unique wall coverings. I especially love that gorgeous 3-D install of brass leaves. How cool!
Black and White is Always Right
You’ll never go wrong with a black and white palette. These lovely options give your walls graphic interest in a most beautiful way.
Design by Marcia Moore | Photo by Anne Matheis
But so is Bold and Bright
More of a color lover? No worries. Flowers are supposed to be bright and beautiful, right? These vibrant beauties are garden ready gorgeous.
A Tropical Paradise Awaits
Splash your walls palm trees and fronds for a quick and easy way to take a mini vacay without ever leaving home.
Think Outside the “Flower Box”
Show your ceilings some love, too!
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