Forget soft pastels and unassuming neutrals… the Pantone Color of the Year for 2023 is bold, vibrant, and beautiful! Viva Magenta is a stunning reddish-pink hue that is ready to stand out in any decor. How will you bring this gorgeous shade into your home this year? For romantics, a floral wall art set with pretty petals is a great place to start. If you favor vintage styles, an old-fashioned hurricane lamp or a rose-rimmed oval wall mirror might be just the accent you need.
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The radiant Blooming Rose Triptych Wall Art features three canvases that together form an unfurling rose in orchid pink. The Rose Melody Oval Wall Mirror brings garden inspiration to your home with blossoming flower vines in deep rose and sage green.
The Beatrice Hurricane Table Lamp looks like it was plucked out of yesteryear with its handpainted rose bouquet designs, clear glass chimney, and scalloped top globe. Unlike real flowers, the blooms on the Rosa Impressions Canvas Wall Art are here to stay! Large roses in fuchsia and scarlet with handpainted gel embellishments will be a showstopper in your home decor.
The trouble with flowers is they never last. Hang them upside down, press them between the pages of a book—the result is always a dehydrated husk that only vaguely resembles that once-vibrant blossom. Porcelain flowers, however, are another story entirely. Whittled meticulously from clay, right down to the veins in the leaves, porcelain florals are lifelike up to a point—after all, they never wilt!
Porcelain wall art pieces, especially florals, effuse a dainty, old-fashioned charm that just can’t be replicated with a real bouquet. The Ariella Wall Plaque Set, with its sepia-toned backgrounds and ivory lace and cream cording trim, is a vintage parade of porcelain roses. Aqueous pastels like mauve and apricot tinge the petals and offset the beige grounds, as though the bouquet is materializing from some old-time photograph. The three-dimensional petals project into the room, but gold leaf-finished frames keep the composition tidy and contained.
Though smaller, the Mary Anne Petite Nosegay is no less enchanting. Blue wildflowers sprawl languidly on a bed of sage green leaves and ivory ribbon in this porcelain arrangement. Smaller pink florals offset the dreamy blue and add a touch of serendipity, as though their taking root there was simply a happy accident.
In no danger of decay, porcelain florals can also become permanent additions to more practical home accents. A gold leaf-finished frame gives the Leanna Wall Mirror an antiquated touch, but the little stowaways blooming near the bottom are what really make this piece stand out. Pink, golden apricot, and lavender blossoms here are interspersed with greenery and smaller yellow flowers. Still allowing ample space for your reflection, the arrangement follows the delicate curve of the frame.
The Olivia Porcelain Floral Nightlight will make it appear as though a luminous flower is blooming straight from your wall, with its speckled periwinkle petals and yellow pistils. A bloom toward the top sleeps on, not roused at all by the light emanating from below.