Suppose you are rethinking your bedroom or dining room’s decor and overall atmosphere, or you find certain areas of your study or work area boring from spending too many hours there. In such a case, you might need to consider flower-inspired decorations, which come in many forms designed to beautify your space and bring you into a world of vibrancy, liveliness and tranquillity. So, here are some of the loveliest flower-inspired decor ideas for your home.
1. Fresh Flowers
Yes, fresh flowers are a great addition to almost any room anywhere, even though they do require some love and maintenance in order to keep their glow as it was on the first day. If you’re a lover of live plants you also have the option of getting long-lasting indoor plants that bloom occasionally or a fresh bouquet meant to be switched around every few weeks or so. When choosing a plant or bouquet, for best results and longevity consider the level of maintenance, weather conditions and space required before introducing such a delicate decorating addition to your home.
2. Floral Art Prints
If you’re not a fan of fresh flowers, perhaps suffer allergies or have pets and young children whom you want to keep away from fragile decor consider floral art prints instead. Online you can find a curated collection of flower art prints and canvas prints to bring the beauty of plants to your room. Match it with your existing wall art or contrast it with the colours of your sofa cushions, the choices are endless from minimalist and subtle to extravagant and glamorous. What’s more, floral prints are great decor options to soften the atmosphere and brighten up the mood just as well as live plants will, except that your flower prints will be permanent!
3. Nature-Inspired Wall Tapestries
The notion of weaving a picture into the fabric so that it can be hung around your home and moved around easily is great, isn’t it? Also, unlike a painting, a tapestry can be used to create a cosier and warmer atmosphere, especially if you have a cold or worn-out brick wall in your workshop or private space. A tapestry depicting scenes of nature, vegetation, meadows and flowers has done wonders to warm up the frigid castle walls of Mediaeval Europe which still serve as an inspiration for the modernised wall fabrics you can find on the market today.
Additionally, the different shades of green, baby blue, yellow and pink (commonly found in nature-inspired pictures and paintings) have been proven to be relaxing for the human mind, so take full advantage of one of those empty walls in your house, garage or apartment.
4. Dried Flowers
The beauty of flowers is widely acknowledged. But even when they dry out, flowers are still a visual treat. When compared to fresh flowers, dried ones are just as beautiful and fragrant and they have gained in popularity in recent years. The longevity of dried flowers is one of its main benefits. When given a commercial treatment, you get a better chance for preservation of their look and colouring. Dried flowers have an extended shelf life, sometimes up to ten years. Because of this, they simply are the best option for any long-term decorative arrangements for your favourite coffee table.
5. Hanging Flower Baskets
The beauty and practicality of the many different indoor hanging plants cannot be overstated. Hanging baskets are a great option if you’re short on floor space or just want to spruce up your balcony. Grow more plants without overcrowding the ground by suspending them from hooks or brackets to take advantage of vertical space. This is especially useful for cramped outdoor or indoor areas and small gardens. Consider these as a great gift choice for any plant lovers in your life as well!
6. Unique Floral Artwork
Floral canvas paintings provide a means of reconnecting with nature in a world filled with technology and concrete landscapes. They provide a window into the enchanting world of blossoms, allowing us to experience the peace and consistency that nature offers. The presence of flower-themed artwork can inspire feelings of tranquillity, inspiration and connection to the natural world. It serves as a gentle reminder to pause for a moment, appreciate the beauty surrounding us, and cultivate a much more profound relationship with the natural environment.