Spring is coming so we decided to select some home design ideas with floral trends to your home interior.
We found an article in Elle decor that we believe we would like to see:
When setting the table, every element counts: the textiles, the china, the flatware and, most importantly, lots and lots of beautiful flowers.
Brooklyn-based floral designers Kathleen Hyppolite of Kat Flower and Emily Howard Kudva of Phileanor know a thing or two about setting the perfect tablescape. The pair just launched, The Flower Salon, a collaborative workshop series for floral enthusiasts (and those, like us, who simply can’t wait until spring).
The designers met with ELLEDECOR.com at You & Yours Fine Vintage in Greenpoint, Brooklyn to share four of their creations, as well as some new and exciting floral trends to keep an eye out for in 2016.
Centering around Rose Quartz, one of Pantone’s top colors for 2016, Kat Flower features a beautiful centerpiece with French anemoes, garden roses and sculptural greenery made up of rainbow eucalyptus.
source: Elle Decor
The eclectic style it is characterized by the fact that it is not a particular style. It is the borrowing of a variety of styles, ideas and theories, drawn from different time periods and different origins and combining them within a single project.
Of course, a lot of efforts, thoughts, and creativity is necessary in order to make the project in eclectic style look great and at the same time logically interconnected. More than just throwing everything together, eclectic design works to make all these different styles work cohesively. Elements are thoughtfully connected with the other parts of the style in the room.
It can sometimes seem inelegant or lacking in simplicity, eclectics are also sometimes criticized for expressing a lack of consistency.
But with an eclectic mix one can simply overcome a stylistic stagnation and easily innovate and suit the interior to the needs and personalities of their owners, be it a neo-classicist assortment or some new age fun with a vintage feel.
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