Dark Moody Winter Florals

published Nov 7, 2014
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If you recognized this post as a shameless excuse to show you a bunch of beautiful pictures, then you are absolutely correct. While we usually associate flowers with the warmer months, today we’re taking a deep dive into winter florals — dark, moody compositions with dark flowers (or dark backgrounds) that are just perfect for this time of the year.

Above: a beautiful painted mural of dark flowers in the home of French artist Claire Basler, from Inside Out Magazine via Poppytalk.

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Ellie Cashman makes floral wallpapers in big, dark, lush oversized prints.

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We spotted these gorgeous Fading Flower prints by Trine Hisdal at Decor8.

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Photographer Kari Herer makes these beautiful photographs of flowers against dark backgrounds. You can buy the prints on her Etsy shop.

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You can make your own dark floral photos by following this tutorial from Besotted Blog. Can you believe this was taken with an iPhone?

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Get the look at home (in three dimensions) by placing flowers against a dark wall. From Bringing Nature Home, via Latte Lisa.

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A winter-perfect bouquet by Grandiflora, photographed by Kara Rosenlund.

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The ‘Natura Morta’ series by photographers Gentl and Hyers showcases flowers in varying stages of elegant decay. They’re unusual and creepy and beautiful — click the link to the see the whole set.