Last week we ran through the elements required for transforming an interior with the latest florals trend; big, bold and beautiful, modern designs have come a long way from their nanna ancestry. Now let’s take a look at the latest and greatest décor options to help you add that touch of romantic aesthetic to your home (and no, these won’t leave your hip pockets sad and empty). 

Tulip Bloom Limited Edition Print by Lamai Anne (from $96.95)

First up, an artwork fit to adorn walls for generations. This beautiful number by Lamai features a small bouquet of pink and purple tulips in differing tones and stages of bloom – the understated yet elegant design is printed on archival cotton rag paper meaning you can enjoy this limited design for years to come.

Louisa 2 Drawer Rounded Bedside Table by Early Settler ($399)

Who knew that moody florals could sit so well on a bedside table? With its hand-painted roses sitting nestled amongst a black, French-inspired design, the Louisa bedside table is sure to make a statement of vintage elegance in your bedroom.

Mrs Darcy Candles (from $29.95)

If any brand is serious about embracing florals, it is Mrs Darcy. From the explosion of beautiful blooms on the packaging to the elegant crystal jars, their extensive range of hand-poured soy candles will have your home filled with floral-scented goodness in no time.

Manzanilla Quilt Cover Set by Linen House ($179.95)

Embracing florals doesn’t mean limiting your décor to sunflowers and daffodils. The latest foliage design by Linen house features Australia’s own flora without resorting to an oversupply of actual blooms. The understated colour scheme of muted green and olive means this fresh cotton percale is perfect for keeping your bedroom on trend in the cooler months.

Florence Broadhurst Japanese Bamboo Wallpaper by Materialised

Luxurious, eclectic and flamboyant – Florence Broadhurst is the name behind some of the boldest and most well-known designs to come out of Australia. Decorating a living room wall in this signature oversized floral design is a sure way to wow the guests over and over again.

Ficifolia Corymbia Tablecloth by 4 Leaf Clover ($234)

Contrary to popular belief, tablecloths are not the cheesy piece of linen you use to save your table from the wild lunches and dinners of Christmas and Easter. Turns out they have become a fantastic way to liven up your tabletop all year round – what better way to do that than with an Australian made tablecloth design celebrating our native flora in a beautiful array of colour.

Daisy Floral Weave Rug by Armadillo & Co. ($220)

Adding florals to your home doesn’t mean you have to resort to bright pops of colour or big moody blooms. This gorgeous rug from Armadillo & Co. features a natural weave of playful coiled petals in hand stitched Bangladeshi hemp – perfect for adding a touch of understated florals to your dining room or hallway.

April 17, 2018 — Milena Tsitovitch