When I worked for my dear previous boss Phyllis Patyk we used florals. We used them quite often for chairs, pillows and drapery. Then the use slowly faded away. Phyllis designed with influences of Sister Parish and Albert Hadley combined with the current flair of Bunny Williams. I will have to post her home one of these days! Well, I think that florals can be worked back into today's design and depending on color way and boldness of print one can have a very chic eclectic space once all is said and done.
Here I am bringing you flowers today.
I felt the need to show you how far back fabulous florals can range from. Above and below are from collections dating back to the 17th century and would still be stunning in any interior today!
Look at the use of florals in these rooms, just beautiful!
My friend Joel Woodard's fabulous room at The Mansion In May!
Same floral chintz from years back done by albert Hadley for Princess Pyne!
Sorry couldn't resist this is one dress that got away from me
and I am so sad..
One can always count on Lee Jofa for their fill of Flowers!