Flower Power

I adore bold prints and while I usually fall for those of the geometric variety, lately I've been into florals. When it comes to floral prints, a little goes a long way so it's important to temper them with items that aren't fussy. I like to juxtapose bold floral prints with sleek modern elements so that the space doesn't end up being too feminine. There are tons of bright, floral pillows, rugs, and fabrics out there and below I've taken a few to show how florals can be used to add color and interest without looking girly (or granny)!

Williams-Sonoma Home Classic Greek Key Bedding
Dwell Studio Masala Citrine Cases
Jonathan Adler Haines Chair

Carleton V Growing Wild
Jeff Lewis Doheny Pillow
ABC Carpet Color Reform Rug
Pieces Yellow Chrome Bench
Shop Ten 25 Chelsea Ceramic Garden Stool

Urban Outfitters Big Garden Print Rug
Pieces Blue Pottery Lamps
Windsor Smith Home Slim Chaise
Jonathan Adler Channing Buffet
Pieces Hide Slipper Chair
CB2 City Slicker White Tables

Etsy Extra Large Retro Floral Drum Shade Pendant
Room and Board Saarinen Table
Z Gallerie Concerto Dining Chair
Layla Grayce Dwell Studio Draper Stripe Rug

How do you feel about floral prints? Any favorites from above?


  1. Love florals, and these designs are particularly sophisticated. I especially love that bedroom!

  2. Like you, I tend to lean towards the geometrics- but you made a great case for florals. The first collection is my favorite!

  3. I NEED those hide slipper chairs. Uh huh, that's right. Need.


  4. I think mixing geometrics and florals is so chic. Am especially amazed by the floral pendant, wow!

  5. Those hide slipper chairs are fabulous! Gorgeous!

  6. Kyle, wow your blog is amazing! I love floral mixed with geometric, it is like the perfect balance! I would go with all those mood boards!

    ps: following you!

  7. these rooms work the same way an outfit with a floral element like a scarf or dress or shoes may work! love them!


  8. Love the chair in the first room