Creative design in home-ware products is able to bridge the gap between the outside and the inside. Bringing in elements of the natural world in the design, print and finish of various items is a tried and tested formula; the site of floral patterns and natural themes helps to create a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere.
World-renowned design houses and artists regularly use floral themes and patterns for home-ware items. The old image of floral prints on wall-paper and for decorating has also widely changed, and today using floral patterns throughout the home can be done in a modern and sophisticated way. Here are a few tips on how to do exactly that.
Illuminating Patterns in the Shade
With its effortless evocation of natural floral landscapes, the Wisteria Medium Lamp Shade from Bluebellgray is floral pattern use at its finest. Offering an exquisitely fashioned design of soft watercolour hues of pink, purple and green tones of colour.
The shade is simple to use, and provides a multi directional fitting so you can shade your light exactly how you desire. As a way of bringing natural patterns into the home, it is a beautiful success.
Reminders of Nature in the Home
Comfort and naturally inspired patterns combine to great effect with the Missoni Home Saturnia Rug. The stunning piece make dramatic use of floral patterns and is an explosion of colour and shape. Completely produced in soft wool, the rug performs the ideal role of showing off a love of nature in a modern and artistic shape. Vibrant and full of life, Missoni’s rug looks remarkable on the floor of any home.
Floral Cushion Comfort
Cushions are the ideal item for showing off a creative love of natural patterns. Dedicated to providing comfort, the natural imagery can help to spark off imaginative thoughts and dreams as we drift off to rest.
The above Bluebellgray Botanical Bedding Cushion is one such cushion that is brilliant at sparking off ideas while relaxing in style. Perfect for making a design statement, the mixture of colourful floral display and bright colours and tones is directly inspired by the Le Jardin Secret in Marrakech, Morrocco.
Another cushion with floral patterns at its heart is the Ted Baker Iguazu Cushion. With its giant floral shapes bursting out from the centre, the cushion brings a vivid depiction of life in full bloom to the home.
Floral Effect on the Walls
Gone are the days when floral wallpaper would be something reminiscent of tired old living rooms. The
Bluebellgray – Bluebell Woods Mural Wallpaper helps set the record straight with a beautiful print of vivid colour. Floral prints and home comfort – a match made in heaven!
Robert Monk October 18th, 2018