The ground is covered in white, but it’s not snow, it’s piles of gently flowing white petals from blooming trees. And it’s not only white, but there’s also hints of soft pink and lilac hues, blush and pastel yellow magnolias, forget-me-not baby blue fields, and other lovely soft colors. However these moments last only a few weeks and when the nature around you becomes vibrant and green, there’s a chance you’ll want to treasure and remember that gorgeous spring beauty somewhere in your home. Some choose to put up accessories such as floral pillows, throws, pastel-hued dinnerware or hang an artistic painting, but some cannot live without the visual of blooming trees or flower arrangements and choose a bit advanced decor idea – a floral wall. Nowadays a majority of people think that landscape, floral or other realistic murals or wallpapers belong only in traditional and classic interiors, but I wouldn’t totally agree. Floral wall idea can also be adjusted to a modern sophisticated home while using different techniques- by adding a 3d stucco decorations, or painting it on a gilded wallpaper and choosing a monochromatic palette with little bright color. The main point is to keep it simple in other accessories and decor and to make it a focal visual accent in that room. Take a look at my choices of this beautiful decor idea. You’ll find inspiration for both traditional/classic and modern/contemporary styles. P.S. Guess, which one is my favorite of the day?
Mural and Sculptural Wall Artist Peter Costello, also known as Applied Art Studios Artist:
Wall Decor Designer’s Zoya Olefir’s Beautiful Blossom creations:
Mosaic tile installation by Cheryl Hazan (below↓):
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All images below by incredible design studio de Gournay. They showcase a variety of amazing hand-drawn wallpapers and textiles. ↓