Florals aren’t for everyone but I have always had a love for them, particularly flowing, large scale prints. I have used these types of prints previously as an accent on my couch and currently in my bedroom and children’s bathroom. From subtle and serene to bright and bold these prints all speak to me of summer days.

A style note: floral patterns can fit with modern, country or traditional decor, it all depends on colour and scale. A small to medium scale floral with soft colours is suited to a country setting; a medium to large scale print with a variety of colours (though jewel tones are common) works well in traditional; large to very large scale florals, in either high contrast colours or subtle tones, fits nicely into modern settings. But of course, we don’t always play by the rules and some of these prints can fit into one or two of these categories. Where I was able I showed the fabric in use (as a pillow, curtain, etc.) so that you can get an idea of scale. Enjoy!

1. Tulipani in Linen by Designers Guild
2. Rolling Meadow Chambray by Waverly (This one seems very country to me but is rather large in scale. C’est la vie, rules are meant to be broken).


3. Morisette Amalfi by Kravet
4. Sakura Blossom by Baremore
Roseto Indigo by Designers Guild
5. Roseto Indigo by Designers Guild (A large scale traditional print with saturated blues. With a matching wallpaper too!).
6. Owlish Multi by Kate Spade New York
7. Fleur, Summer by P/Kaufman (Here is an example of that subtle, large scale modern floral.)
8. Katia Fiesta by Waverly


9. Bermuda Bay Palm by Robert Allen (A high contrast, very large modern botanical.)
10. Craft Stitch Summertime by Kravet


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