Six manufacturers are shaking up this traditional pattern with modern visuals and textures.
Here are a few examples of how some manufacturers are shaking up the traditional floral pattern and making it into something fitting for the 21st century.
This is a thank you to winter for letting us off easy this year (at least he did in the North East). In honor of the first day of spring, we’ve gathered up a few examples of how some manufacturers are shaking up the traditional floral pattern and making it into something fitting for the 21st century.
1. Graham & Brown
Graham & Brown’s Sway pattern is part of their new Superfresco Delight wallpaper collection. This view of leaves swaying in the wind also adds texture to the product’s hand, and is a more modern and realistic take on movement.
Now available on their Stoneground® wallcovering material, Enyo depicts poppies swirling and eddying into a gentle undercurrent where they float just below the water’s surface.
3. Skyline Design
This installation by Skyline Design is larger than life. Custom AST™ III/Vitracolor® flowers in the foreground are paired with partial height Organics™ Seeded Eucalyptus™ in the background.
4. Lea Ceramiche
The Audrey tile collection from Lea Ceramiche offers a number of new florals but Blossom, featured here, digitizes the traditional flower with a pixelated effect that runs throughout, making it resemble actual wallpaper.
5. OMNOVA Solutions
OMNOVA Solutions’ latest Boltaflex® contract upholstery design gives flashes of metallic to these loosely-defined layers of a secret garden. The durable vinyl is covered with Omnova’s PreFixx® protective finish.
MissoniHome brings bright beautiful splashes to many a hospitality project. Big colorful florals take us back just a few decades to the acid rock of the 1960s. Now that’s a throw-back we can live with.