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Welcome Seattle’s Sunny Season With These Floral Print Home Accessories

Taking a cue from the runway, floral prints in home decor are in, in a big way

By Chelsea Lin & Jennifer Pinto May 6, 2019

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This article originally appeared in the May 2019 issue of Seattle magazine.

This article appears in print in the May 2019 issue and is part of our Top Home Shops feature. Click here to subscribe.

Five Ply Design founder Peter Benarcik grew up in a flower shop and carries the floral motif throughout much of his laser-cut woodwork for trivets and coasters ($36 for set of six). Available at Five Ply Design Studio, Chinatown–International District, 815 Seattle Blvd. S

Popular stationery company Rifle Paper Co. released its whimsical designs on homewares this year, including pillows and wool rugs (for example, this 4-by-6-foot Juliet Rose Wreath in blue, $269) with its signature bouquets. Available at Stuhlbergs, Queen Anne, 1801 Queen Anne Ave. N; 206.352.2351Throw pillows are always the easiest way to incorporate a new color or trend; this feminine pastel cotton pillow with embroidered flower detailing ($75) does the job. Available at Camelion, Ballard, 5330 Ballard Ave. NW; 206.783.7125

With a vibrant explosion of color and some subtle shimmer, this ultraluxe wallpaper ($395 per yard) from Scotland-based Timorous Beasties will turn any room into a secret garden. Available at Adorn, Greenwood, 7000 Greenwood Ave. N; 206.499.6220Seattle-based tableware designer Rosanna Bowles brings the beauty of the outdoors inside with Arcadia, part of her newest collection. This delicate floral print is available on everything from teapots ($50) to 6-inch plates ($48 for set of four). Available at rosannainc.com

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