By Melissa Dittmann Tracey, REALTOR® Journal
Think about introducing extra floral patterns into your staging. It’s daring and trendy, home designers say.
Floral prints are seeing a revival in home style and design, in accordance to the style and design community on Houzz, a home renovation and style and design platform. In actuality, they are calling florals just one of the best home style and design tendencies of 2018.
But its re-emergence in interiors does occur with a twist this time all-around. Floral types in contrasting hues is trending. It can make a big statement and can be an eye-popping sample to jazz up a area.
“Forget low-strength patterns and feel botanical references in higher-contrast hues, this kind of as black and white, or teal and gold, and above-sized blooms,” Houzz notes in its forecast.
Floral patterns of roses, peonies, and lilacs are preferred in wall artwork, throw pillows or bedding, rugs, or furnishings. It can truly feel classic, and increase a little flair to an normally neutral staging palette.