Gucci are leading the way in bringing back the graphic and colourful floral prints of the 1970s and we are seeing it creep into wallpaper trends as well, with bold colour and organic shapes. This is for the brave designers who aren’t scared of being a little “out there” with their clients.
Still keeping with the 1970s is the return of florals in hues that speak of sun and sand like ochre and terracotta. They are a gorgeous backdrop to use if you are wanting to layer a space or for a kid’s bedroom where you are looking for something more subtle. This is the new monochrome in florals and is such a beautiful update to the use of black and white, allowing you to bring in a bit more life to a space.
What would a floral blog be without mentioning oversized floral wallpapers? Bigger is better in our world, especially when it comes to blooms. Updates are around colour and pattern or the combining thereof.
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