Flowers on the walls, furniture and even ceilings - curvyBouquets and modest ornaments triumphantly return to the interior fashion. How and where they should be used and with what you can combine? Our article with tips and examples will help you turn your apartments into ever-flowering Flowers come back. Not only in neoclassical interiors and art deco, but also in ultramodern spaces. Designers and decorators are increasingly using their variegation and multicolor to dilute the dry functionality, add room to optimism and freshness. The main trends are large bright flowers and elegant flowering branches. The main thing is to accurately choose the color and do not overdo it with quantity. Flower as an accent The larger and brighter the pattern, theyou need to handle it more carefully. In Scandinavian or minimalist interiors, the floral print is used mainly as a bright accent. This could be a floral wall, a mural, a stencil, or a colorful sofa. For accent walls or draperies, tryChoose a large picture. The pattern in this case must be proportionate to the object, otherwise it will be "lost" and can not play its role. To agree a catchy accent and not turn it into a source of irritation, try to select the rest of the range of the room, based on its basic average shades. Flower meadow The opposite is also possible.A solid floral ornament and a combination of colors is a completely traditional solution for English classics, French Provence, and oriental interiors. In this case, the emphasis will be on just plain objects. To successfully combine flowers with each other orTo connect a flower ornament with other traditional patterns - a cage or a strip, it is necessary to remember some rules. First, it is the consistency of colors. Figures should be at least consonant and not create unnecessary variegation. Secondly, the consistency of size and rhythm.For example, you can sew from the same fabric, and from another - lampshade and covers for upholstered furniture or chairs. Moreover, one floral pattern can be smaller and less frequent, and the second larger and more frequent. Floral compromise If a flower mural ora bright glade around the entire perimeter of the room seems too bold for you, make a compromise. Flowers go well with wood furnishings and paneling. And parquet or plank floors perfectly balance the variegatedness of the walls. If you want to make a floral theme the leading one ininterior, consider the size of the room, lighting and other furnishings. , try to choose a drawing on a light background, and support it with discreet objects of simple shapes without bulky decorations, a natural even tone: beige, milk, blue, etc. Garden in the house Once upon a time, a floral pattern was included inaristocratic houses with hand-embroidered silk fabrics. Now it is more democratic than ever. You can choose from a variety of options, from painted plastic chairs and floral china to woven wallpapers, pillowcases and tiles. With the help of all these items, a magnificent garden is easy to "grow" in any room - a tiny hallway, a typical bathroom ,. a bedroom under the roof or a luxurious living room.
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