Seeds of Change

One of the easiest ways to bring a room to life is to inject a pop of pattern that catches the eye and keeps its attention. Fashion-inspired floral prints – both big and small – are one of our favorite accessory picks for the home because they bring a bright, colorful element to any space with ease and a soft sensibility we love. Florals are right at home in a living room, of course, but can also liven up a home office, powder or bathroom, bedroom and kids’ space. Here’s how:

Large-scale floral patterns like the watercolor-inspired ones on our Tulle & Faux Silk Watercolor Blackout uMIXm curtain set or the boho inspired, smaller floral patterns like the ones on our Floral Blackout panels are a modern take on the trend that feels feminine and bold. You can match the floral pattern to any coordinating solid color as a backdrop and let it shine in its own light with its commanding size and stature. Both of these looks are easy to install and give your home a bright new look that feels like a breath of fresh air.

Softer florals like the ones on these Faux Linen Watercolor Rose Curtains and Faux Linen Bluebird panels have a sweet vintage allure that feels classic and elegant yet modern thanks to the relaxed drape and subtle sheen of the natural linen-like fabric. The delicate details soften the space and bring a pretty element of design to a standard window frame. Smaller floral prints also let you play with your patterns. Layer a few different styles in one room and they play off each other beautifully.

Incorporating the floral trend in a more neutral way is simple if you pick pieces with a more subtle sensibility like these beautiful Abelia Belgian Linen Daisy Lace Curtains. The embroidered floral pattern is light, airy and pretty, without being overwhelming. A floral valance like the one layered on these ever-popular Dimanche uMIXm set is another understated approach to the trend. The valance brings in just enough of the petal-adorned pattern while still keeping the look streamlined and simple.


Whether you go bold or bashful with the floral trend, stop and smell them all and usher this timeless look into your home décor in serious style.