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Thursday, February 4, 2016

Hot Trend for 2016 - Florals

We all know by now that the colour of the year for 2016 is Rose Quartz -" is a persuasive yet gentle tone that conveys compassion and a sense of composure". We love the softness and subtle elegance of this colour....but another trend for 2016 is florals! I know, I know, did florals ever really go out of style? The answer is no.  Florals are a classic print in fashion and home fashion but we will be seeing more florals this year.  Many think of florals as fussy and traditional but this year expect to see florals used in a different way.  A more current or modern twist!

Over sized - when it comes to florals try and over sized print in textiles or over sized art. We love this floral art, it adds some bold colour and some softness against this white on white room decor.

 Chic dining room features a white sideboard cabinet topped with clear glass tasseled lamps under a ...:

 Mix your prints. To keep the look modern think about mixing in some florals with other prints. In this image, we love the floral pillow in bold colours next to the Dalmatian print drapes. It makes the space chic and sophisticated.

[Decor] Trends To Try: Dalmatian Print #homedecor #interiordesign #dalmatian:

Mix styles. We love the balance of taking an older or more traditional pieces and adding a modern or current textile.  We love this traditional chair paired with the bright and big floral print. It updates the whole piece and adds an interesting element to the room.

We're going to leave subtle hints around the office so that someone orders us this glorious chair for our showroom!:

On the floor.  Add a statement area rug to any room for an instant update.  This area rug is fun, fresh and makes a big statement.  It's like art on the floor.  Pair with a glass coffee table so the rug can be seen and add neutral furniture.  This rug speak for itself.

Aline Floral Area Rug

Play with texture.  Don't get too soft and fussy when decorating with florals.  Try pairing them with hard textures like wood, metal and glass.  We love the over sized floral art pieces against this concrete wall.

I'd love to do this along one of our long hallways and spread them out! So cool.:

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