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Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair

Flower Power became a slogan in the 1960's to promote peace.  There was a movement of "Flower Power" pop art, songs were written about wearing flowers in your hair and the rest is history.  

But bright graphic images, paintings, prints on fabrics and wallpapers were not JUST the 1960's.  They have always had a place in design.  Flowers were used as the symbol for peace in the 1960's because they make us feel good. 

We chose to take all of our "flowers" from our Flower Power Blog Board this week and create a perfect sunroom using flower prints to make you feel as if you are outdoors.

We love this floral linen print.  The timeless pattern feels more modern on a gray background.

Our Shenandoah Spool Chair feels fresh in a gray lacquer finish and set off our Chi'en Print Dragon Pillows.

 

And for the ultimate "Flower Power" moment you must have our Flower Power Pouf in our Favorite Raoul Textiles "Pondicherry".

Have an AMAZING Memorial Weekend!

Flower Power

Our gardens are now blooming and in full "Flower Power" mode.  Many of the prints that we love and use in our designs have floral influences.  One of our favorite lines that can't seem to not use some kind of flower and fauna is Raoul Textiles.  So many of their beautiful prints are adorned with flowers, vines, leaves and petals.  Their use of vibrant and unique color palettes make a little go a long way.

  

Using a Raoul Textile on pillows and poufs, like we did here a few years back, gives a room the perfect amount of POP and WHIMSY!

 

Check out our new Flower Power blog board this week!  We will be featuring a few of our favorite pieces this week.  We can't get enough of the Robert James Collection this month!  Especially the Santa Ynez console that is going to be the anchor to our room this week.

 Don't miss tomorrow's "Friends Win Friday" giveaway!  Have you entered to win?  You still have time….http://us10.campaign-archive1.com/?u=d08da4dc9855c580ccf6aab3f&id=79a154ff6c