With bloomcore as one of 2023’s most-touted design trends, it’s no surprise fans are looking fit the aesthetic into their own spaces. If you’re a lover of all things floral but want a way to tastefully incorporate an element of flower power, the classy-yet-playful ultra-floral wallpaper trend is for you.
The key element of this trend is, of course, using floral wallpaper. But we’re not talking any wallpaper with floral motifs on it—uber-floral walls are absolutely brimming with fresh(ly painted) blooms. Typically smaller in print (leaving space for more flowers), the wallpapers reflect vintage designs, and they’re perfect for welcoming the spring and summer seasons.
Many lovers of flower-filled wallpaper look to upgrade their bathrooms and powder rooms first—this way, you don't need to use as much wallpaper as you would for a full room, and it’s easier to swap out other bathroom accessories to match the new aesthetic.
User @shannonclaire wallpapered the upper half of her walls, leaving gorgeous teal subway tile to cover the bottom half to create a floral theme that isn’t too overwhelming. Plus, even though the floral wallpaper she’s chosen is plenty colorful on its own, the tile grounds the overall blue color scheme of the room.
Balance is key here: If you’re not planning on doing a half-and-half wall space, smaller powder rooms can easily veer intense. Use your floral wallpaper on an accent wall to help minimize crowding, and place it opposite the bathroom mirror so that it's reflected and the space appears larger.
Metals like gold and copper beautifully complement uber-floral prints, especially if you’re choosing colorful wallpaper. This doesn’t mean you have to get rid of your trendy moody powder room just
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When we talk about foliage superstars, coleus has to be at the top of the list. The breadth of options is vast and colorful. Depending on the garden center you’re at, you can choose from a rainbow of leaf patterns, colors, and shapes, as well as plant sizes.
If the latest whirlwind of social media-fueled interior design trends has you feeling a bit dizzy, you’re not alone. These fresh and splashy trends can be fun to try out in your own space, but if you plan on selling your home in the next several years there are some trends you may want to avoid.
It’s time to start thinking about getting your garden ready for spring, and with the season comes new (and timeless) garden trends. If you haven’t heard of a moon garden before, the idea is both straightforward and unique. A moon garden allows you to focus not only on how your plants will look in the daytime, but also at night.
It’s nearly spring, and there’s no easier way to celebrate the season than by DIYing some seasonal candles. Though it’s fairly easy to find decorative jar candles or tasteful scented ones, pillar candles are a whole different story. You might get lucky and spot a few cute colors to include in your spring decor, but more often than not, you’ll only end up with plain white candles.
A shady corner, border or garden can be brought to life in spring with the right planting. Silver or variegated leaves work really well to brighten a dark spot, as do white or pale flowers, which almost seem to glow in shade. There is a plant for every shady spring garden and here we share some of our favourites. Included are plants for both dry and moist soils, evergreen perennials to provide interest all year round, as well as deciduous plants that seem to appear from nowhere in spring to brighten the garden with their delicate beauty. Our choices include recommendations from the Gardeners’ World team and familiar faces from across the gardening industry.
You can sense it in the slowly stretching evenings, the higher skies, the shifting quality of light, and the noisy chatter of birds. And you can see it in the flowering hellebores, witch-hazel and sweetly perfumed daphne, as well as the snowdrops, daffodils, cyclamen, aconites, crocuses and dwarf irises that have pushed their snouts through cold, wet soil to burst into determined, brilliant bloom.
Spring is the start of it all—the time when everything you have dreamed about since last year becomes possible. These possibilities come alive with your first plant picks of the season. Reliable, hardy foliage, rather than delicate, fickle flowers, has always been my first choice when creating a container arrangement. Another factor I consider when choosing plants is finding the right ones for the right situations; no plant will thrive in unsatisfactory conditions.
With TikTok and Instagram churning out new micro-aesthetics fast enough to give you whiplash, the number of new design trends that popped up in our social media feeds throughout 2023 was seemingly endless. Unsurprisingly, not all of these trends were a hit among the professionals.
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