"Florals for spring...groundbreaking." As Miranda Priestly sarcastically quips in the The Devil Wears Prada, the thought of showcasing florals this season may not seem like the most inventive idea. But, lately the budding pattern has been fertilized for fun. Gone are the days of chintzy roses and daisies fit for the prairie: blooms are now bold, bright, and edgy.
The first place to stop and shop is Zara Home: their collection of psychedelic florals leads us to believe they may have started the trend. The African print lily pillow is perhaps our favorite find, apt for a Hendrix-inspired lair. Also, Debbie Carlos, the artist to see for affordable (and amazing) large-scale art, interacts with florals in new way for her "Touch" print. Shop a few of our other finds below; we guarantee they're immune to Priestly's pursed lips.
|African Print Pillow, $36, Zara Home||Parasol, $18, H&M Home||Flowers Lamshade, $70, Everything Begins|
|Touch Print, $40, Debbie Carlos||Beach Towel, $13, H&M Home||Pineapple Pillow, $50, Zara Home|
|Siirtolapuutarha Paper Napkin, $6, Marimekko||Saturday Morning Mug in Photo Floral, $10, Kate Spade Saturday||Plum & Bow Luna Flower Duvet Cover, $99, Urban Outfitters|
|Empress Print by Aeropagita Prints, $39, Little Paper Planes||Parrot Cushion, $50, Zara Home||Uniqlo Andy Warhol Flowers Bandana, $6, Moma Store|