Flowers are back in, in all of their beautiful glory. We love it.
The most wonderful thing about floral design is that there is a style of floral to match absolutely everyone’s taste. Whether you like muted, subtle designs, modern minimalism, or bold and beautiful, you’ll find a floral bed that meets your needs.
In this article, we’ve taken a look at some of the best floral bed designs from some of the world’s best interior designers, to help inspire you. Whether you want your bed as the focal, feature point of your bed, or you want it to fade into the background, or you’re looking for everything to blend in together like one big feature, we’ve searched the highs and lows of Pinterest and the internet to bring you the very best ideas interior designers have to offer.
Caera’s house might be a little bit grander than the average home, but we can still take inspiration from the pretty florals she’s incorporated into this bedroom.
Using a colour palette of green and orange, she’s chosen a meadow-like print for the bedspread, then purposefully positioned a couple leafy patterned chairs alongside it to carry the theme on.
It’s a pretty and subtle way of bringing flowers into the room without having them take over.
Olivia Outred avoided flowers on the bedspread and instead incorporated them into her bedroom on the headboard and the bottom sheet of the bed. This is a lovely way to include florals on your bed in a muted way.
Just be careful you don’t make it too busy. If you’re going with this theme, it’s a good idea to keep your bedspread plain, and potentially white or cream.
This is such an interesting take on floral, and we understand it won’t be for everyone. It’s striking, unusual, and featureful, and though we know the entire design is not centred around the bed, the bed incorporates floral design elements focused through the wall.
It’s a gorgeously different way of running floral themes throughout your bedroom and across your bed.
This guest bedroom is a timeless take on floral, and falls under the category of floral expansion. Though it doesn’t incorporate flowers exactly, it does incorporate other elements of flowery nature, like trees.
Floral expansion is very popular at the moment, especially when we consider the rise in popularity of jungle themed bedspreads and wallpapers. This is a more muted version of those designs, and would be ideal for a home with a cottage theme, or out in the countryside.
Black is very trendy at the moment, even when we’re looking at florals. In this design by Richard Smith, we’re looking at a bold floral design in monochrome colours, but where the black overtakes the white as the key feature in the room.
We absolutely love the splashes of green incorporated within this floral design, and the way the bedspread matches the curtains by the bed and the wallpaper.
If you can’t afford to do all of that – and let’s face it, most of us can’t – then consider a block colour that matches the bedspread on your wall, black if you’re looking for that dark, trendy look, and white or green if you want something a little brighter.
We’ve already mentioned floral expansion previously, but this is a great example of it. It’s not exactly flowers in the traditional sense, but it does count as floral.
We’ve seen these bright green leaves paired with plain and pretty accessories – like in this example – and also with black and white stripes and big pink flamingos. The key here is to be brave with it. If you’re going to go floral expansion, don’t be ashamed of it, and we highly recommend incorporating it as the focal point of your bedroom through your bed.
We’ve spent most of this article telling you to tone down the floral and not go overboard, and then in comes Caroline Gidiere, proving it can be done stylishly.
In this example of her work, she’s used the same colour across everything, the floors, walls, headboard and bedspread, but deliberately different floral designs.
Everything is so very much the same, but also strikingly different. There are big flowers and small flowers, and everything is tied together by two elements, pink and cream.
There’s such a massive emphasis on matching everything these days, it’s amazing to see a bedroom where things are deliberately different. Victoria ties this bedroom together with colour, but uses stripes, florals and plain block colours for a mis-mash effect that we think is perfect for a beach house or similar.
We particularly love how the bedspread does not match the pillows. That’s a lovely, simple touch, and really finishes off the room.