Have you heard? Floral prints are making a comeback. While you may feel like they only belong on your grandmother’s curtains, they’re actually a great addition to your home’s décor. Add a fresh, modern pop of color to your home with these floral decorating tips.

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If you’re hesitant about adding florals, start off light with a few throw pillows or blankets. Swap out some pictures you’re tired of for a pair of garden-inspired framed botanical prints. These are all easy and low-risk ways to try out the floral trend just in time for spring.

You can add floral wallpaper to your home without overwhelming your space. Consider an accent wall of paper behind your sofa or your bed. Small prints also look great in bathrooms or kitchens. Bonus? Most wallpaper is more durable than paint, so they’re perfect for areas that can get messy, like the kitchen and dining room.

Awaken a room with neutral colors by adding a lively floral palette underfoot. This is a great way to bring florals into your room because you can easily switch rugs in and out. Area rugs in certain rooms, such as the kitchen, should be made with durable materials that can withstand traffic and spills. But be careful, floral prints tend to hide stains, so make sure to keep up with professional cleaning!

Take it a step further by adding a piece of furniture with a bold floral print. Don’t be afraid to mix and match your furniture. In fact, layering patterns is a chic way to sophisticate your space, so try matching accent chairs and sofa pillows to tie together a cohesive look.

Once you find the right way to add floral designs to your home’s décor, don’t forget to keep it spotless! For fabric protectors and upholstery cleaning, call Triple S! We are a family owned business with over 50 years of experience and are here to help you keep your home looking and feeling Clean, Fresh, & Bright no matter how messy your furry friends might be!

Triple S has three main plant locations:

Stamford Plant | 400 West Main Street
Norwalk Plant | 337 Westport Avenue
Stratford Plant | 1800 Stratford Avenue