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The POWER of FLOWERS

Marianne Cotterill's edit of the top floral homewares around

Florals is a huge trend in design right now. Taking its cue from fashion, blooms in all shapes and sizes can be found on wallpaper, cushions, tablecloths and lampshades. Chintz used to have a reputation for being trad and boring but now it is having its day with big, bold blooms taking over from the jungle prints that have been so popular recently.

For me, best in show comes from Designers Guild: its florals are on another level. If you can’t face prints, try filling your space with the fragrance of a Fornasetti Flora candle, which leaves you with a lovely container to put your buds in after.

3 Orange Tulips in Striped Vase limited edition print, from £25

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Designer’s Guild Kasuti Alchemilla cushion, £90

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Seletti Hybrid Cecilia Soup Bowl, £63

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Burleigh Blue Calico Etruscan jug, £82

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The Rug Company Bluebell Daydream Rug, from £4,688

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Handmade paper poppy by Emmeli, £20

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Monique Lucas lavender bag, £8

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Club Matters Botanical Table Mats, £60 for four

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Graham & Green Peacock chair, £275

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Flower Studies limited edition print by Veronica Rönn, £50

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Flower Table by Alexander Girard, £549

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Flower VP3 table lamp by Verner Panton, £265

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Birdie Fortescue Andalusian dish, £45

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Angel candle holder by Consuelo Rendon, £150

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Designers Guild Minakari Cobalt cushion, £110

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