These aren’t your grandmother’s florals. Bring the garden inside with pretty finds.
Seedling by Thomas Paul Slipper Chair in Garden Court Orange
If your living room is surrounded in neutrals, this vintage-inspired chair will add an eye-catching detail. The dark background color makes it sophisticated enough for any style.
To buy: $108, target.com
Botanist Knoll Potholders
Protect your hands in the kitchen with these potholders that look more like a delicate painting than a cooking accessory. The pair is machine washable, so it can withstand any kitchen mess.
To buy: $12, anthropologie.com
Garden Floral Tray
Made of durable melamine, this tray is ideal for entertaining indoors or out. Use it to corral drinks, straws, and cocktail napkins—and to add a bright punch of color to your table.
To buy: $15, surlatable.com
Floral Coaster Set
There’s no need to worry about water stains with these colorful floral coasters. The set of 8 is made of thick pulp board, so they’re sturdy enough to pass around during your next cocktail party.
To buy: $16, luluandgeorgia.com
Multicolored Floral Ceramic Knobs
Swapping out hardware is an inexpensive way to update an older piece of furniture. Take your plain, old dresser and install these ceramic floral knobs made in India. Whether you mix and match different hardware or keep a uniform look, your piece will look brand new.
To buy: $8 (for set of 2), worldmarket.com
Floral Gem Sheet Set
Bring some brightness into your bedroom with this sheet set. And since sheets are easier to swap out than an expensive duvet, it’s a great way to add a new pattern to your room—without making a huge commitment. The set comes with a fitted sheet, flat sheet, and two pillowcases.
To buy: $99, landofnod.com
Brushed Steel Table Lamp with Red Poppy Shade
This hand-painted floral shade was designed by a French painter, which lends the lamp a touch of romantic European elegance. The sophisticated pattern will dress up a simple end table.
To buy: $50, bedbathandbeyond.com
Cheerfully greet guests by placing this blooming mat at your front door. The coir doormat can be used indoors or outdoors and will keep dirt away from your house.
To buy: $20, pier1.com
Peony Melamine Side Plate
Peonies seem to be having a moment, so here’s a way to keep them on your table year-round. Serve appetizers or desserts on this melamine plate that features a hand-drawn illustration.
To buy: $12, shopterrain.com
SONOMA Outdoors Floral Tablecloth
Spruce up your old picnic or outdoor dining table with this cheerful, blooming tablecloth. Made from polyester with a spill-resistant design, you don’t have to worry about messy eaters—pop it into the laundry machine when it needs a good cleaning.
To buy: $16, kohls.com
Place this sunny yellow pillow on your bed or sofa for an instant refresher. With its bright color and interesting texture, it’s anything but an ordinary throw pillow.
To buy: $44, homedecorators.com
Crimson Crush Cotton Throw
Use this cotton quilted throw for naps or just curling up with a good book. It’s reversible, too—one side features a watercolor-inspired print, while the other has an orange and red geometric pattern.
To buy: $26, wayfair.com