Flowers certainly get the most attention in the spring, but since they never fail to brighten my day, I do my best to surround myself with them all year-round. As a result, we’ve filled our house with beautiful and meaningful floral details. From botanical prints passed down from family members on our walls, to my favorite wildflower wallpaper in Clementine’s room, to floral paintings throughout our space, we experience the joy that flowers bring in practically every room, no matter the season. Whether you’re hoping to add just a few floral touches to your home this spring, or you’re dreaming of using them in bigger ways like we do, I rounded up some of my favorite garden-inspired home decor below. Be sure to keep an eye out for unique, vintage, and one-of-a-kind floral artwork and details in local antique stores and galleries as well—that’s where I’ve discovered some of my most cherished pieces.
One of the most natural starting points is to think past traditional centerpieces, looking for other ways to add florals to your tablescape. From subtle touches, like these etched tumblers, to bolder pieces, like this block print tablecloth, there are countless ways to layer floral motifs to create a stunning set-up.
Some of my personal favorite florals in our home show up throughout our linens and on our walls. Committing to a wallpaper can feel a little intimidating at first, but if you truly love the pattern, it instantly makes a room feel unique and special. In a temporary space, opt for more interchangeable floral pieces that you can take from one home to the next, like lamps, pillows, and headboards.