See ya, predictable floral prints. This year, realistic renderings are losing ground to more abstract floral trends and takes on garden-inspired designs. Think loose scatterings of obscured leaves, brush-stroked silhouettes of shadowy blooms and overlapping forms of petal-shaped daubs. These perfectly imperfect patterns are naturals when paired with today’s trends in rich woods, veined stones and free-form ceramics.

Waning:

Realistic and Precise

Winning:

 Artsy and Abstract Floral Trends

1. Velvet pillow,

$185, Glass House, SLC

2. Wisteria lampshade,

from $99, bluebellgray

3. Oyster Collection salad plate,

$95, ABC Carpet & Home

4. Miro vase,

$343, Dunker Beal Interior Design, SLC

5. AVA Mercury pedestal,

$65, Jayson Home

Fabrics and wallpaper

(featured image): Delphiniums Grape by Sanderson.  Mille-Feuille by Christopher Farr Cloth. Wisteria Falls Mineral by Zoffany. Rhodera Grape by Zoffany. Standing Ovation by Harlequin. Rose Mint by Zoffany, all to the trade, John Brooks Inc., SLC
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