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Close up detail of blue sofa with dark floral curtain behind

Larger than life

Say hello to maximalist florals

Samantha Gibson

by Samantha Gibson

Trend and Styling Expert

Published: 02/10/2019

Updated: 08/12/2020

Dining room with floral print velvet curtains

Still life

Vintage is the new modern, and there’s nothing that says granny chic quite like a bold floral print. But this season’s vintage styling has a glamorous edge that takes this classic look from dowdy to howdy. Aurora is a painterly velvet that blends soft and subtle colours in the style of an old master. We’ve chosen Aurora Ember curtains for this rustic dining room. This deliciously decadent print combines delicate tones of blush, primrose and vanilla with earthy browns and ochre.

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Go wild

Tropical prints are still the darlings of the interiors world, as they bring such a riot of lush pattern, energising colour and exuberant style to your look. They’re great for pepping up a neutral scheme, especially if you want to dip your toe into the maximalist look without going all out for clashing colour and pattern. In this open plan space, the outdoors-in feel is echoed in the forest green curtains and lush greenery. 

Blue floral roman blinds and matching cushion on bed in children bedroom

Night garden

Even scandi prints have taken a dark turn, with illustrative florals in sweet shades of pink, putty and ochre set against a background of dusky lilac. This bold take on traditional scandi styling brings a new level of sophistication to this classic folksy print, making it an ideal choice for every room. For bedroom schemes, choose curtains or Roman blinds with a blackout lining to help create the perfect environment for sleep.

Dark painted bedroom with floral curtains behind a double bed

To the max

If you’re ready to embrace modern maximalism, then bold florals are a must. Pair moody floral prints with dark walls and luxe textures. To keep your look on track, clash patterns and style genres, but stick to a consistent colour palette. In this deeply glamorous bedroom, a palette of inky black with pops of pink, lilac and ochre bring the whole look together. 

Explore all the floral fabrics in our new curtain and Roman blind collection

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  • black coloured fabric with a repeating leaf pattern in green and blue colours
    Mirissa Twilight
  • Mirissa Jungle
  • Folded fabric in a neutral colour with a repeating leaf and stem pattern in a slightly darker style
    Adhara Lilac Hush
  • Neutral coloured fabric which has been folded is decorated with a repeating leaf and stem design
    Adhara Silver Birch
  • Watercolour style in bright colours like blue and white along with black and neutral tones to create an exotic look for aurora lagoon
    Aurora Lagoon
  • afolded fabric of aurora moonlight with a repeating watercolour style in black, pink and white
    Aurora Moonlight
  • Broadleigh Aubergine
    Broadleigh Aubergine
  • folded fabric with a repeating floral pattern in purple, pink and grey
    Claudia Lilac Fog
  • White fabric that is decorated with flowers in an ink blot style
    Claudia Mist
  • Ink patterned design of Claudia Shadow on a roller blind
    Claudia Shadow
  • Dark blue fabric decorated with a repeating pattern of flowers in various styles
    Coraline Twilight Blue
  • Delizia Indigo Roman Blind and Curtain
    Delizia Indigo

There’s so much more to see

Take a look at all the highlights from our new season curtain and Roman blind collections

blue and red velvet curtains against a grey wall and a blue pouffe in the middle with a book and glass on it

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