It's All Material: Flower Power

Aviva Gat

18 April 2024

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Floral prints are a classic in design for a reason. With a mere suggestion of a bloom or a petal, florals infuse spaces with natural elegance and beauty. While florals are often written off as traditional, vintage, or even antique, we at S. Harris still see them as a mainstay and a point of innovation in contemporary design.


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We love the sense of imagination and possibility that comes from abstract florals in a space. When forms are a suggestion rather than a stipulation, we get to experience their essence. They are striking statements, wherever they are. 

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Just as negative space can speak just as boldly as the positive elements of a design, the background of a floral pattern can play just as significant a role as the pattern itself. Too, backgrounds can be solid, or they can be patterns, too. 

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Florals are a testament to enduring beauty. Bold, abstract, and imaginative, modern florals continue to captivate and inspire while honoring tradition and heritage. Drapes, pillows, bedding, and even sofas paired with floral designs create depth, whimsy, and timeless charm. 

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Join us on social—we'd love to see how you use S. Harris florals in your projects this season. #itssharris

Aviva Gat

Aviva is a content writer, journalist, and author with expertise in various fields including corporate finance, health and wellness, fashion and culture, and more. When she isn't writing, she is taking care of three kids or running on the beach.

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