Blossom into spring! Soft pastels and delicate flowers will have your home looking like a sweet, romantic cottage—perfect for welcoming a fresh new season. Lavender in particular has a light, airy appeal, and we love it in all areas of the home! The lavender rose decor shown below is exclusive to Touch of Class®; you won’t find it anywhere else.
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Floral wall accents in lavender will look charming no matter where you place them. Oval wall plaques have a quaint beauty reminiscent of yesteryear. The metal flower wall swag, designed by Joanne Ferrara, can be displayed indoors or outdoors under a covered area for springtime versatility.
Leave bland bathrooms behind; this garden-inspired bath decor in lavender will make your daily routine feel special rather than mundane. Designed by Touch of Class®, these pretty floral accessories will “paint” your bathroom in gentle colors of lavender, pearl, light cream, and green.
Let those lavender roses vine their way to the bedroom too! Dreamy rugs and bedding designed by Touch of Class® will help you to create your own slumber-ready bower. A polyester faux silk comforter set and plenty of coordinating accessories will encourage you to get your best beauty rest. A lavender rose rug underfoot will leave you feeling like you’re tiptoeing through an enchanted garden.
Why not let romance bloom in your home all year round? This beautiful red rose decor can be used to sweeten the appearance of any room—no vase required! This gorgeous home decor draws its inspiration from the iconic flower that symbolizes love and romance. Cultivate a fairy-tale ambience in your home with these decorating ideas. Click here to view all the red rose decor featured below.
Place a red rose flower-shaped rug in a vanity area, then surround it with white or ivory furnishings and hang delicate lace curtains on the closest window. The contours of the rose-shaped rug and its bold scarlet hues will make it seem like an enchanted garden has started blossoming across your floor. A gleaming red hobnail lamp will look lovely placed nearby with its vintage aesthetic.
Feel truly pampered when you decorate with red rose decor in the bathroom. Dark red and champagne form a sophisticated color pairing, while the flower blooms will be simply charming beaming back from your shower curtain, towels, bath accessories, or window valance.
Dream your sweetest visions beneath red rose bedding. Enhance its beauty with lush layers of shams and pillows, including a red rose petal pillow. Accent the ensemble with a cranberry hurricane-style lamp atop your nightstand, and you’ll think this bedding is the utmost in romantic bedroom decor.
For wall areas, let red rose decor shine exquisitely all by itself, or hang a subdued neutral piece nearby for gentle contrast. Red rose metal wall art with curving shapes can be used to give a framing effect to an off-white floral oval mirror.
Is your holiday decor looking a little humdrum this year? Let poinsettia accents flourish anywhere your home needs a decorative boost! With their saturated, showy red bracts, poinsettias are just the thing to perk up a floor, furnishing, or window. Decorating with poinsettia accents allows you to bring a cohesive element to your room while still giving you the flexibility to mix and match a variety of items.
For this holiday living room, we started with five larger pieces that would set the stage for all kinds of accessories to be added afterward. We used the following:
- a full, coordinating window treatment (curtains with tiebacks and a matching valance)
- a tall, flat-back tree that could be pushed close to the wall (decorated with faux poinsettias, of course)
- a grand wall mirror set (central mirror and two grille-style sides)
- a decorative stained glass fireplace screen
- a statement rug (a poinsettia runner with shaped edges)
From here, we simply embellished the room with smaller poinsettia accents or glimmering accessories:
- two different holiday throw pillows nestled together on a loveseat
- a trio of glittering red wire tree accents grouped on the floor
- a ribbon-and-greenery garland placed across the mantel
- a pre-lit poinsettia wreath hung over the fireplace
- an angel topper with poinsettias displayed atop the tree
To recreate the look, click here to view the holiday decor that we used!
Do you love to entertain? You’ve probably been waiting for the weather to shine in your favor so you can host an intimate gathering or a swanky soirée outdoors. If your style tends to be more casual, you’ll love these laid-back patio decorating ideas. Let the outdoor entertaining begin!
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1. Patio dining furniture
Whether you’re serving up a light brunch or delectable island-inspired fare, attractive patio dining furniture will only enhance the ambience. The durable aluminum frames on these outdoor furnishings have a faux bamboo finish, while oak slats complement the design.
2. Outdoor area rug
A lively outdoor rug can brighten your entire patio. This dazzling hooked rug boasts an array of tropical blossoms in warm and cool tones.
3. Outdoor chair cushions
You want your guests to feel comfortable, so don’t forget the outdoor chair cushions. These chair pads are perfect for outdoor settings due to their mildew-, weather-, and stain-resistant properties.
4. Outdoor curtains
If the sun is spending too much time at your outdoor gathering, create your own little haven with outdoor curtain panels. The fade-, stain-, and water-resistant panels below have hook and loop tabs.
Those tender shoots of grass, that brilliant yellow daffodil… Nature is reinventing itself, urging you to do the same. If you’d like your home decor to bloom in unexpected ways this spring, just try one of these fabulous color pairings!
Gray + Yellow
Sophisticated yet fresh, gray and yellow complement each other beautifully.
Beige and gray create a soothing ambience.
Buttery yellow and pale gray have a soft, classic appeal.
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Aqua + Pink
As if picked from a fantasy garden, aqua and pink revive any space with a sense of whimsy.
Teal and crimson effuse a dreamy vintage aesthetic.
Turquoise and coral make a coastal setting pop.
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Green + Purple
Romantic and timeless, green and purple will sweep you away to a country meadow.
Mulberry and sage radiate a dusky splendor.
Lilac and soft green have a sweet pastel charm.
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Your bare feet sink into the wet sand as you pad along the shore, searching for the prettiest shells. After vacation’s over, you take your lovely shells home and place them in a clear jar—but you still miss those sunny strolls on the beach. So get swept up in a little coastal decorating! These seashell-shaped rugs will make you want to start your own “shell collection” on the floors of your home.
These seashell rugs have contoured edges and cool or neutral tones, as if they’ve just washed onto your floors by the foamy tides. Place a seashell bath rug on your bathroom floor for a soft surface underfoot, a runner down a hallway for an unexpected touch, or an area rug beside your bed to complement your dreamiest coastal bedding.
Click here to view seashell-shaped bath rugs and area rugs for your beach-inspired bungalow.
March is winging its way ever-closer, and what better way to celebrate than with butterfly home decor? You might not have much time to admire butterflies in nature before they fly away, but you can gaze on them all you like in your home. Allow butterflies to flit over your walls and bedding, or let them pause in seemingly perpetual beauty on your furnishings or floor.
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And here are just a few butterfly facts to get you in the mood to decorate with this delicate creature!
- According to the North American Butterfly Association, there are approximately 575 species of butterflies occurring regularly in the lower 48 states of the United States.
- The monarch butterfly is the state butterfly or state insect for seven states: Alabama, Idaho, Illinois, Minnesota, Texas, Vermont, and West Virginia.
- According to the North American Butterfly Association, an adult butterfly has an average lifespan of approximately one month; however, a few varieties can live up to nine months.
- Lepidoptera is the scientific order of insects that includes moths and butterflies.
- The butterfly can symbolize life, renewal, change, and hope.