10 Marketplace Floral Finds That Bring Spring Indoors

10 Marketplace Floral Finds That Bring Spring Indoors

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Lauren Hannel
May 10, 2017
"Dutch Love" By Alison Woodson Bailey on Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $125.
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"Florals for spring? Groundbreaking."

Fully acknowledging the cliche presented by The Devil Wears Prada's Miranda Priestly, we're still ready to embrace this seasonal favorite with open arms. New blooms don't just work to liven up your outdoor space; getting colorful new floral accents can seriously improve the mood of your interiors. Starting with smaller buys and working up to bigger style commitments, let's see what Apartment Therapy Marketplace has to offer to help wake up your post-winter decor.

Little Everyday Essentials

Not super confident about turning your home into a garden? Start small. These beautiful vintage buys will see daily use, while not inconveniencing your personal style or wallet.

1940's Floral Dinner Set at Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $64.
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You'll be hard-pressed to find a 13-piece vintage set for a better price! This delicate floral set would be perfect for springtime entertaining.

Vintage Scandinavian Coffee Mugs at Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $64.
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You know what goes best with your morning cup of joe? A bold visual pick-me-up graphic print on your mug. And...make it a double.

1960's Mod Flower Glassware at Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $45.
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The 60's are alive and well with this mod set! Pair these glasses with a colorful fruity punch, and you have the perfect recipe for a festive get together.

1950's Hand-Painted Tea Tray at Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $30.
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For those who like something a little more subtle, but still with vintage charm, this painted tea tray should cover all of your serving (or organizing) needs.

Bigger Decor Accents

Now that you've dipped your toes into the world of fresh florals, get something with a bigger impact! A new rug or piece of artwork acts to instantly upgrade your interiors.

Vintage Lotus Flower Runner at Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $920.
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Rich and textured, this lotus flower rug was handcrafted in Persia in the 1920's, meaning it's oozing with old-school charm.

"Dutch Love" by Ashley Woodson Bailey at Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $125.
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Dark florals are big this season, so why not proudly display them on your walls? This is a nice change-up from the more traditional bright flower prints you usually see.

Round Bohemian Mandala Rug at Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $155.
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Fan of bohemian style? A patterned woven rug lets you express your design preference in a way that encourages people to gather.

Acrylic Tulip Painting at Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $1,950.
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It's like this artist managed to capture all of the fresh feelings of spring into one seriously beautiful painting! Guaranteed to be a standout focal point on your walls.

Full-Size Floral Furniture

For those of us that are diving headfirst into the season, fully flowery furniture is the way to go. The best part? You get to enjoy the fresh cheerfulness of the season all year long.

Pair of Mid-Century Probber Club Chairs at Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $995.
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When it comes to accent chairs, think pink. Nothing counteracts the gloom of a long day like a bright and comfy place to kick back.

Mid-Century Patio Chairs at Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $120.
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And in the off-chance you actually wanted to get outside and enjoy some of that beautiful spring weather, this duo is the perfect fit for you and a friend. Just don't forget the cocktails.

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