Bathroom Interior Designs — May 17, 2011 at 12:35 am

Bathroom's Interior Design With Floral Patterns

Floral Patterned Bathroom

Floral Patterned Bathroom

Floral patterns are extremely popular right now in all fields of art and design. There is a return to Impressionist roots with wonderfully represented paintings of flowers and gardens. Fashion lines are using floral motifs in all their clothes. Even fabrics used in homes, like carpets and cushion covers, are full of fresh patterns of flowers and leaves. Flowers represent a strictly feminine aesthetic.

When designers use floral patterns, they usually use it in two ways. They either pair these patterns with light, breezy and delicate pastel shades like blue, pink and yellow. If they do not do this, they go an entirely opposite route by creating bold, abstract prints with bright colors and stylized lines and drawings.

This bathroom is an excellent example of feminine design. Floral patterns are in abundance and are seen in the window screen and the small art pieces. A bright fuchsia pink is predominant. It is bold and sophisticated, and avoids being a tacky, gaudy mess thanks to the use of brown and white.

The floral window screen is magenta with orange and pink flower motifs. This could be a very clashing color combination, but somehow ends up looking wonderful and elegant. These bright colors, when paired with white, look excellent. The white tub is in perfect contrast to the floral pattern, not just in terms of color but also in terms of style. There is a wonderful juxtaposition of the old and the new in this type of design.

Floral patterns can easily look tacky and unfashionable, however. This is why it is important that you act carefully. Motifs of sunflowers and roses can look very matronly and cheap. A good way to incorporate floral motifs that look classy and interesting is to use Oriental design. These look original and are a breath of fresh air.

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