Look We Love: Dark and Moody Fall Florals

Look We Love: Dark and Moody Fall Florals

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Katie Holdefehr
Oct 31, 2016
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As the days grow shorter and darker, our favorite summer florals are coming over to the dark side, showing up in deep hues on wallpaper, textiles and even tiles. Like a walk through the garden at night, the prints are lush, romantic and moody in the best way possible.

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This isn't your garden-variety wallpaper: The backdrop behind the dining table in this tiny Swedish apartment featured on My Scandinavian Home is Sandberg Wallpaper's Ava pattern.

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Dark flowery wallpaper that peeks into a room with a lighter floral motif balances the moody and the ethereal. The space was styled by Tinsely Interiors, using Colefax and Fowler wallpaper.

(Image credit: Lucky Miam / Le Mordant )

In the Parisian restaurant Le Mordant, featured on Lucky Miam, a glimpse of Ellie Cashman wallpaper draws you into the dining room.

(Image credit: Ashley Woodson Bailey)

Ashley Woodson Bailey's larger than life floral patterns turn walls into visual gardens, and similar motifs are creeping into fall fashion as well. Found via Anne Sage.

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Anthropologie's big and bold Fleurir Mural isn't for wallflowers.

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To replicate this high-end trend on a budget, check out H&M Home's dark floral duvets. Good luck choosing between this moody blue-toned one, or this pretty pink option.

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Nature goes rogue with a dark floral sofa and unruly, vine-filled bird cages in this space by Marks & Spencer.

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Midnight florals were popular on couches in the 1960s. To get the look for less, search thrift stores and flea markets. The pretty one above is from a home in the Catskills designed by Jersey Ice Cream Co., featured on Design Sponge.

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A Dutch Masters-esque tapestry hangs behind a clawfoot tub in designer Simone Rocha's London home, captured by Vogue.

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This lush entryway covered in Lottas Träd wallpaper makes an unforgettable first impression.

We're swooning over The Tile Shop's new floral tiles, designed in collaboration with Ted Baker. They look beautiful as a decorative tile trim in the kitchen, but I'm also imagining framing one to use as wall art.

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When we're talking about dark floral patterns, it's not long before our minds turn to William Morris' designs, like the deep green wallpaper above from a home on 1st Option. The clawfoot tub in the middle of the living room only adds to the off-beat opulence of the space.

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