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Wild Flower: Bunch different pretty blooms together

OCT 16, 2015 | By Risha Merchant
For those whose spirit belong to the ’60s, rich Rococo floral prints, as seen in this vignette, will inject the right amount of romance without too much whimsy

Let your imagination run wild as you pick these vibrant finds to create your personal indoor garden. Since each flower has its own shape, style and colour, recognise your type. Small prints in faded pastel hues look soft and lend to vintage aura, while bold florals, in abstract forms can take on a modern art vibe.

For those whose spirit belong to the ’60s, rich Rococo floral prints, as seen in this vignette, will inject the right amount of romance without too much whimsy.

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Cotton tassel from Shyam Ahuja

Ceramic Decor Rose Delhi tile from Etre Luxe

Handmade ceramic tile and dull pink Azul series tiles from Keramos

Ceramic blue tile, aqua green tile and Victorian peach tile from HMD Design Studio

Ceramic pink Pura Bubbles tile from Rajeev Sanitations

Pure cotton Garden Harbor Floral Sky by Ralph Lauren from Villa D’este

Floral round tray from Crafted Passion

Ceramic Siena Pink tile from Ratnagiri Ceramics

Rani pink cotton Omega 17 fabric from Sarita Handa

Wisteria pink floral wallpaper by Clarke & Clarke from Seasons Furnishings

Light rani pink Water Lily bowl and yellow and green Floating Water Lily candles from Good Earth

Rani pink Hydrangea Ball candle from Pure Home+Living

Light pink ceramic Fugi flower from MoonRiver

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