Do you have flowers in mind for a Mother’s Day gift this Sunday? Why just give or receive a single bouquet when you can celebrate with never-fading flowers for May and all year round. No, it’s not a miracle to have flowers that never fade but it can be possible with a pretty amazing wallcovering. And according to the latest in interior design, you’ll be decorating in style as floral and nature decor with bold color is all the rage. Personally, we think this never goes out of style, and even if it does, it tends to return.
Casart Coverings has many examples of never-fading flowers — in wallcovering. These few self-adhesive designs that we’ve highlighted here offer timeless appeal as well as repositionability and reusability.
You can easily put our wallcoverings up, leave them up or take them down and change color schemes whenever you want.
You can even reuse them in different locations or repurpose them (see another design example below) so they don’t go to waste.
We at Casart Coverings don’t like the waste mentality. If we can reuse it, we will because we like to recycle when we can.
You can even combine our designs as seen with our China mural paired with our Asia Blossom. This varies the look so effortlessly. Casart wallcoverings have the unique capability to adhere on top of one another and still remain removable and reusable, unlike a lower-grade temporary wallpaper. The width is nearly twice as wide at 52″ than traditional 21 – 27 inch wide wallpaper, so you get more coverage with less installation time involved.
We also like pink!
We like flowers in design, especially when they make an impact or when they are presented in a different way than expected, which is why we cascaded our Asia Blossom design from the top down, rather than the conventional direction from the bottom up, as most murals are depicted. Ours is an unusual concept! Even VanGogh depicted his famous Almond Blossoms with a bottom to top presentation.
We’ve always enjoyed this image of these hand-painted flowers because their giant scale makes you feel as if you’re an ant enjoying their beautiful canopy that surrounds and envelops you. Like our Asia Blossom with its small scale blossoms, this large-scale floral rendering is also Nature glorified in an interior space. Unlike the Asia Blossom, these flowers cover the entire space. They are taken from Manuel Canovas’ fabric, seen on the sofa and in the model’s dress. There is a pattern but they’ve been enlarged, cropped and painted on the wall to depict just one section.
We also wanted to create a floral concept of being completely surrounded by flowers. We certainly wouldn’t try to copy Manuel Canovas’ original design just because it was in a magazine or on the Internet. (This would infringe on this company’s copyright — particularly without their permission — and would be just unfair to their creation.) So we created a different design with our Flower Power. Our pattern is indescernable because every space is filled with flowers. It is like standing in front of a Rose Bowl Parade float.
This design can also be used in multiple settings.
There are other ways to enjoy never-fading flowers that extend beyond just wallpaper.
Pattern is making a comeback. Let’s not over focus on color blocking as historic patterns are being recreated with the strongest new trend: a white background. Foresee fabrics and wall coverings bringing small and massive florals with white backdrops, vintage prints with a twist of white, bold colors and patterns thrown onto a white canvas…. you get the jist! Whatever it is do it on white to make it in style.
Although the flowers are on a white background above, flowers on a dark ground are also eye-catching.
This gorgeous floral mosaic-tile background used by Fava Design Group in their Sanibel House as shown on Home Adore makes us think what a beautiful solution this is to adding design in often overlooked areas. This could also be achieved with wallpaper.
Florals can be found on unexpected surfaces — even on Sink Vessels. This one has a floral glass insert.
Of course, you don’t have to use a flower theme, or one that covers the entire room or even on an accent wall. Here are some clever ways to use panels of wallcovering as room accents and on accessories, as seen with our Artichaut design, and in the process, treat them as art.
Remember these are never-fading flowers, so repurpose when you are done!
Happy Mother’s Day and springtime decorating!
Oh and how could we forget, use flowers for all celebratory events, such as weddings!
If you’d like to make your own floral or other fascinator to watch the show, here you go, via Fashionista.
Happy Royal wedding watching next weekend. Cheerio!