Flowers represent a natural beauty that is surprisingly versatile in decorating. For some, the phrase floral decor might bring to mind your grandmother’s old-fashioned drapes or sofa, but there are myriad ways to use it in contemporary design. Floral decor changes with the times to fit many different design sensibilities. It can even be featured in gender neutral spaces when used correctly. With all the different types, colors, patterns, and styles of floral decor you can do a lot with it to enhance a space and bring some life to it. Check out these inspiring examples of floral decor with a modern twist.
Modern Floral Decor
1 A lovely pink and green floral wallpaper gives character to this feminine home office and inspires the rest of the decor.
2 The simplicity of this room with its white walls and furniture allow the blue and gold floral rug to make a chic statement without overwhelming the space.
3 The floral motif in the wallpaper offers a nice mix of vintage and contemporary in a room that reflects both.
4 A floral pattern doesn’t have to have a huge impact. Here, a simple pillow roll adds a touch of elegance to the bed.
5 To lessen the impact of a floral comforter, try folding it at the foot of the bed for an effect that is less bold but still shows off the pattern.
6 Floral pillows play well with the art and fresh flowers to add some life to this simple contemporary space.
7 The bold red pattern on the comforter doesn’t even appear floral at first glance, but its abstract nature looks great in this teen bedroom.
8 A large piece of artwork adds a “wow” factor to this bedroom, serving as a headboard that reaches all the way to the ceiling.
9 Here’s another example of large artwork above the bed, this time in a much more colorful way that informs the palette of the rest of the room.
10While so many elements play a part in this beautiful dining room, the mural on the wall certainly is the statement piece. It’s simple but adds some character to this sophisticated space.
Which of these examples of floral decor would you most want to incorporate into your home?