5 Ways to Introduce Florals to Your Kitchen

5 Ways to Introduce Florals to Your Kitchen

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Taryn Williford
Nov 9, 2015
(Image credit: Debi Treloar)

The beauty of a flower is hard to resist. But while floral patterns and motifs are pretty standard fare for bedrooms and bathrooms, somehow the kitchen remains fruitless when it comes to flora on display. It's time we change it up, don't you think?

Here are five different ways we can think to introduce florals to the kitchen. Whether you go for something big and bold or small and subtle, I think you'll like adding a bit of the organic to your kitchen style.

Floral Wallpaper

Here's your big impact moment. The kitchen above is from a book called Decorate: 1,000 Design Ideas for Every Room in Your Home by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick.

(Image credit: Annie Schlechter)

A Floral Backsplash

It could be wallpaper or tile or anything else, but I love the effect a sliver of pattern has here, like in this kitchen from House Beautiful.

(Image credit: Babies and Biscuits)

Floral Fabric Lining the Cabinets

A showcase for all your serveware, add some fabric or even paper to the back of your kitchen cabinets, like in this home from Babies and Biscuits.

(Image credit: Meredith Heron)

A Floral Print or Painting

When in doubt, add some art. I love the the Chinoiserie floral piece in this girly kitchen from designer Meredith Heron.

(Image credit: Fresh Pastry Stand)

A Floral Tea Towel

Probably the easiest, fastest and least expensive way to add something organic and pretty to your kitchen. Drape a flowy flower towel over your oven handle, like this pretty flour sack tea towel from Fresh Pastry Stand, and call it a day.

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