You don’t have to search far to see how important flowers are in interior design. You’ll find floral patterns in all kinds of decorative styles, from rustic to Provencal to Asian. They’ve been used for decoration by cultures around the world, and they can also elevate your living room décor to another level!
Blooming flowers stimulate senses and invoke the relaxing atmosphere of aromatherapy. They make for wonderful decorative elements thanks to their lightness, elegance and… warmth. Canvas prints with this motif can be used in all kinds of interiors. They work wonders in minimalistic, rustic, Provencal and English styles. Flowers come in many different shapes and colours, which is why the design matches white and beige just as well as vivid violet, navy blue or even black walls.
They may additionally serve many functions in various interiors. In the living room, the flower print can become a breathtaking window and optically enlarge the space. If you hang it over the bed in your bedroom, the entire room will instantly fill with summer atmosphere, especially if you enhance the effect with a romantic bed cover and sheer, linen curtains. Flowers depicted in Eastern aesthetics make for incredible decorations for narrow hallways. You can complete the Japanese look of this space with a simple rack and a trailing plant. You can pair the print with other vivid decorations in red or black or let it play the first fiddle and leave the rest of the interior white.
Regardless of your favourite style, flowers are always a safe bet. What’s more, they can be used in both feminine and masculine interiors – it all depends on the colour scheme you choose. If you want your wall decoration to be eye-catching, make sure its colour contrasts the rest of the room. However, there’s a case to be made for consistent colour schemes as well – you can discover new, beautiful details of the décor every day. Whichever option you prefer, you can’t go wrong with a canvas print – this decoration will become a link between your personality, nature and art, which are the three most important components of home décor.