collections | Apr 8, 2021 |
In bloom: 6 cheerful floral textiles

While spring is nature’s reminder of the beauty of flowers, ebullient floral patterns like the ones in these six new textiles will brighten your home year-round.

Veronese velvet border from Samuel & Sons
Veronese velvet border from Samuel & SonsCourtesy of Samuel & Sons

Samuel & Sons — Veronese Velvet border
This sumptuous velvet tape, from Samuel & Sons’ collaboration with interior designer Roger Thomas, captures the bountiful look of a freshly cut bouquet, layering the fabric in a way that is both dainty and dimensional.

Lulu and Georgia’s Edyn wallpaper
Lulu and Georgia’s Edyn wallpaperCourtesy of Lulu and Georgia

Lulu and Georgia — Edyn wallpaper
Painterly blooms reminiscent of an impressionist landscape dot a soft pink background in this lovely wallpaper from Lulu and Georgia’s latest collection, which was inspired by the colors of the 1980s art deco revival.

Peonia A wallpaper from Mokum
Mokum’s Peonia A wallpaper in BlushCourtesy of Mokum Textiles

Mokum Textiles — Peonia A wallpaper
Blooming peonies, green foliage and buzzing bumblebees make up this elegant print from New Zealand–based textile brand Mokum.

French Toile Poplin bedding from Linen Salvage et Cie
Lilac French toile bedding from Linen Salvage et CieCourtesy of Linen Salvage et Cie

Linen Salvage et Cie — French toile poplin bedding
This delightfully feminine bedding mixes the sophistication of toile with candy-colored hues for a playful update on a classic.

The Grove wallpaper from Phillip Jeffries
The Grove wallpaper from Phillip JeffriesCourtesy of Phillip Jeffries

Phillip Jeffries — The Grove wallpaper
This tropical-inspired motif from Phillip Jeffries brings to mind the glamour of Palm Springs. Using an innovative new technique, wood is laser-cut into a fanciful pattern and applied to gold or silver grounds for a fabulous result.

Schumacher's Brinda tape
Schumacher’s Brinda tapeCourtesy of Schumacher

Schumacher — Brinda hand-blocked tape
The latest collection from Schumacher showcases traditional Indian techniques and celebrates the subtle variations that give these textiles beauty. This deceptively simple pattern is made by hand.

Products featured in this article have been sourced from BOH’s Collections vertical, a showcase of the latest debuts from some of the industry’s leading brands.

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