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10 Rooms Where Floral Prints Shine

by Lauren Chorpening

It’s no secret that the Design*Sponge team loves floral prints. We’ve done several features on the subject over the years. While it’s been done, it’s time once again to round up our favorite floral prints in the home in time for spring. There are so many new tours featuring floral patterns and prints that the oldest photo in this roundup is only four months old. It may have popped up here and there before but this trend is definitely on the rise in 2017 for a gorgeous way to add color, pattern and personality to any space. From wallpaper and rugs to curtains and pillows, you can add the perfect amount of floral print to your home — no matter your design style. –Lauren

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Emily and Euan Murray chose a large-scale floral print from Christopher Farr and used it to upholster their sofa bed.
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A pink floral rug in Abi and Ryan's home adds color and interest in their Oakland, CA dining room.
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Natalie and Alan Papier's foyer greets guests with a cheery, yellow and red floral wallpaper from Anthropologie.
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These floral wingback chairs were a steal at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore. April Lawrence's rustic home suits them well.
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Floral curtains are in almost every room of Hanna and Dustin's Kentucky home. Their daughter's room has beautiful pink and green curtains that incorporate all the colors in the room's palette.
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Simone wanted to make a big impact in her Norwegian home without overspending. She chose a bold flamingo and floral wallpaper for the foyer instead of furniture to start with.
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Claire and David Mandell's Vancouver home tour proves that floral print doesn't have to be colorful or bold. This sweetly subdued, traditional rug in the dining room adds a floral print covertly.
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Renting doesn't have to mean blank walls. Lauren Noel commissioned friend and artist, Rachel Angelique Dewey, to hand-paint stunning flowers in the bathroom of her Ohio rental.
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Susana and José have filled their Mexican home with color, print and texture. Christian Lacroix's floral pattern used in the living room is on the walls, lamp and pillows.
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Sarai Mitnick sewed her own floral print curtains to match the sweetness of the spare bedroom she uses as a dressing room and closet space.

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