Styling Rooms In Bloom

Pink and green interior design moodboard with pink and green floral fabric and light green embroidered fabric layered on a light pink fabric background

We’re celebrating some of our springtime favorites—our Willow, Annabelle, and Orchid fabrics and wallpapers—all of which are perfect for adding a colorful yet elevated touch to your home. Designers love working with these jewel tones, and they’re sharing some of their top styling tips below.


Use Annabelle Orchid in the Guest Room

“With spring having sprung and summer right around the corner, I love to indulge in a softer palette, especially when it comes to designing guest rooms. Adding the Annabelle Orchid fabric to throw pillows and perhaps even matching roman shades allows for the perfect amount of warmth when welcoming guests.” — Mahsa Afsharpour, founder of Saga Interiors

Close up of pink and green floral drop repeat cotton fabric


Bring Some Drama to the Living Room

“The Willow Mint fabric is perfect for dialing up the drama in several spaces of your home. Consider elevating the window treatments in your living room while using the rest of the fabric to create matching throw pillows for the couch!” — Dominique Fluker, founder of DBF Interiors

mint green chenille and woven jacquard fabric swatch


Add a Sweet, Feminine Touch

“The Annabelle Rosemary wallpaper is reminiscent of toile and highlights femininity, whimsy, and romance. It can easily be used as an accent wall in dainty parts of your home, such as the entryway, guest bathroom, and closet.” — Dominique Fluker

Close up of a nursery corner with a white changing table and green and pink floral drop repeat clay coated wallpaper styled with a toy dog


Design a Stylish Ottoman and Use it to Anchor Your Space

“I think Willow Orchid would make for an incredible cocktail ottoman. It is durable and has textural interest and geometry. Cocktail ottomans are so great for family rooms because you don't need to worry about children getting hurt and everyone gets a spot to put their feet up. You can style them with an oversized clear tray to show off the fabric. I’d consider pairing that ottoman with glossy brown walls and drapes in Annabelle Orchid. I think the pattern on the drapes would add height to the room and cut the decadence of the walls.

Dog sitting in front of two chairs upholstered in pink and citron chenille and woven jacquard fabric in a living room with blue walls and a gallery wall

Frida Pink would make a great throw pillow in that scheme. With upholstery, you could stick with the coordinating solid and white for a matched look or add in some other colors to the equation like light blue or goldenrod.” — Adnan Anwar, founder of Adnan Anwar Design


Mix Graphics and Florals

“I love pairing graphic and floral patterns with the same palette to give a room that delicate balance of masculine and feminine elements, and the coordinating Willow and Annabelle patterns are such a great example of this mix. The Willow fabric has such a great texture that gives custom pillows or curtains a really elevated look that feels very designer. It’s something I would easily choose for multiple elements of a room to give it a bespoke feel.” — Kevin O’Gara, founder of Kevin Francis Design

Living room with pink and citron chenille and woven jacquard curtains on a window behind a white couch with a light pink pillow and a coordinated pink and citron chenille and woven jacquard pillow


Treat a Little Girl to Her Dream Room

“I’ve been eyeing the Annabelle Orchid fabric for a sweet, sophisticated, classy, young girl’s room. I have been thinking of using the Orchid fabric for window treatments, specifically roman shades, and adding the coordinating Rose pom poms to add interest, texture, and a playful element. Matching the wall color to the neutral background of the fabric, painting the ceiling green—either the same tone or darker—and adding some throw pillows on the bed upholstered in the Orchid Fabric and trimmed with the Rose poms and/or the Sage band would beautifully tie everything together.” — Elana Mendelson, founder of Elana Designs

Orchid is absolutely gorgeous for window treatments, paired with the Rose pom pom trim hanging against the Annabelle Rosemary wallpaper. PERFECTION! It's a delicate, soft combination for a little girl's room or even a feminine study.” — Megan Pisano, founder of Megan Pisano Design

Dining room with pink and green chevron rug and light wooden table and light pink curtains hanging on two windows


Design Dashing Drapes

“I love both the Willow Mint and Willow Orchid fabrics and would use either of those as drapery in a heartbeat because they’re both neutral enough to work well with a lot of different colors and styles while also being calm enough not to overwhelm or feel chaotic in a room. They’ll almost appear solid from a distance, but the print creates interest. I’m a believer that greens and blues can be used as neutrals, so I’d use the Willow Mint with almost any color under the sun; I’d put it against blue walls and millwork in a sitting room that will act as a library with built-ins throughout. And with deep, oxblood red having a moment, I think the Willow Orchid would provide a lovely, soft contrast to oxblood red walls or trim in a space. Both of these fabrics would be really lovely as drapes in a bedroom, too, again because the pattern creates some interest and texture but it’s not too wild or overwhelming.” — Mary Kathryn Wells, founder of Mary Kathryn Wells Interior Design

Green chenille and woven jacquard custom curtain hanging on window in room with white walls and green chair


Anchor Your Gallery Wall

“Apply Annabelle Orchid wallpaper to the walls and then create a gallery wall featuring botanical-themed artwork in shades of pink and green. This could include prints of tropical leaves, floral watercolors, or botanical illustrations. Frame the artwork in coordinating frames for a cohesive look, and arrange them in a visually pleasing layout on a focal wall in your living room or dining area to bring a touch of nature indoors.” — Payal Bansal, founder of Payal Bansal Interior Design

Light pink and green floral drop repeat clay coated wallpaper on a wall behind a wooden chest styled with a gallery wall


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