{wallcovering wednesday: large floral prints for spring}

Big, Bold Floral Wallcoverings

Spring is here and so are the flowers. Some of our favorite wallpaper collections feature large scale floral prints, with bold, modern takes on the natural classic.

Diva from Scion

Diva from Scion

British brand Scion makes a strong statement with the Spirit and Soul collection. Diva is a flamboyant floral that makes us smile.

Designer Stacy Garcia draws inspiration from flowers for York’s new Paper Muse collection.

Stacy Garcia Collection - York Wallcoverings

AQUARELLA by Stacy Garcia – York Wallcoverings

The blue brush strokes of AQUARELLA evoke watercolors and the “painterly” feel that’s so popular in women’s clothing. The Paper Muse collection features mod optics, sparkly stripes, and shimmery velvet flocks. Wild Poppies is particularly versatile, with a playful take on oversized flowers.

Wild Poppies by Stacy Garcia - York Wallcoverings

Wild Poppies by Stacy Garcia – York Wallcoverings

Thibaut’s Caravan Collection draws its inspiration from classic designs and worldly motifs, with large scale prints for a modern feel. Janta Bazaar embodies the collection with charming birds, winding vines, fanciful flowers, and a a tropical flair.

Janta Bazaar paper from Thibaut

Janta Bazaar wallpaper pattern

Janta Bazaar

Janta Bazaar – Thibaut Design

Villa Flora’s prints are even more realistic, and the scale of the flowers makes quite a statement.

Villa Flora

Villa Flora

If you’re inspired by the flowers – outdoors or in this article – give us a visit. The wallcovering libraries vary at each Hirshfield’s location. Call in advance if you’re looking for a specific book or just stop by and ask to see all the new wallpaper books!

Since Frank and Elizabeth Hirshfield opened their first store in 1894, it has been our mission to do the best job possible meeting customer needs and solving customer problems. Hirshfield’s. People and products you can trust.

One Response to “{wallcovering wednesday: large floral prints for spring}”

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