Welcome Seattle's Sunny Season With These Floral Print Home Accessories

Taking a cue from the runway, floral prints in home decor are in, in a big way
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Five Ply Design founder Peter Benarcik grew up in a flower shop and carries the floral motif throughout much of his laser-cut woodwork for trivets and coasters ($36 for set of six). Available at Five Ply Design Studio, Chinatown–International District, 815 Seattle Blvd. S

Popular stationery company Rifle Paper Co. released its whimsical designs on homewares this year, including pillows and wool rugs (for example, this 4-by-6-foot Juliet Rose Wreath in blue, $269) with its signature bouquets. Available at Stuhlbergs, Queen Anne, 1801 Queen Anne Ave. N; 206.352.2351Throw pillows are always the easiest way to incorporate a new color or trend; this feminine pastel cotton pillow with embroidered flower detailing ($75) does the job. Available at Camelion, Ballard, 5330 Ballard Ave. NW; 206.783.7125

With a vibrant explosion of color and some subtle shimmer, this ultraluxe wallpaper ($395 per yard) from Scotland-based Timorous Beasties will turn any room into a secret garden. Available at Adorn, Greenwood, 7000 Greenwood Ave. N; 206.499.6220Seattle-based tableware designer Rosanna Bowles brings the beauty of the outdoors inside with Arcadia, part of her newest collection. This delicate floral print is available on everything from teapots ($50) to 6-inch plates ($48 for set of four). Available at rosannainc.com

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