Celebrate Spring’s Approach with Floral Wall Art

With floral wall art, you can sow a seed of spring ambience into even the drabbest wall. A bouquet of sweeping tendrils and pastel petals will invoke the freshness of springtime, and more importantly, embellish any empty areas.

One stunning form of floral wall art is the Metal Wall Sculpture; distinguished by their gently swooping stems and understated colors, these sculptures are cheerful statements either on their own or when framing another piece. Sweet striations of lavender, pink, and cream rollick through clusters of blossoms in the Hydrangea Wall Art Set. Pastel green leaves upturn their fronds, motioning for a little spring rain.

Wall Tapestries lend an air of sophistication to spring decor. The Magnolia Crimson Wall Tapestry features blithe magnolias spreading against a regal background of dark green and crimson. The striking contrast between blossom and background will captivate all eyes and melt away the pale tones of winter.

Wall Plaque Art also has a way of thawing out a tired winter wall. The Carissa Floral Wall Plaque Set is soft and antiquated, like a fond memory of spring. In each set, yellow, mauve, and apricot roses swim in an off-white porcelain background, each arrangement arrested forever in time by encircling gold leaf frames.

On the other hand, if “artsy” is more your style, it’s worth looking into some Canvas Art. The Marche de Fleurs Canvas Set is a serene depiction of drifting wildflowers and butterflies, with a classy scroll of French words blooming just beyond.

Whichever you choose, floral wall art brings a certain liveliness to your home, a breathless anticipation of warmer days and clearer skies.

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