Get the Look: Watercolor Home Decor
Spring home decor doesn't have to be all about flowers. Watercolor-inspired pieces are a beautiful and modern way to update your space this season. I've always been a fan of watercolor art, and now the look is available on so many other items like kitchen ware, linens, and candles. Pictured: Dior Nail Polish Watercolor Fashion Print by Rong Rong Illustration
I love how you can pick from several different color schemes. A neutral, modern look calls for a wide mix of colors or the warm shades like red and yellow. For a feminine look of course you can go with more pinks. For a calming and rich look, go with dark purples and blues. I'd use the cool tones in a bedroom, a wide mix of pastels in a living space, and the warm tones in a kitchen or office. You can still go with a beautiful floral print when decorating with watercolor accessories, but it's also a great opportunity to incorporate modern abstract patterns.
For a girly bathroom or office or even a large walk-in closet, I'd definitely go with a watercolor fashion print like the one pictured above!
Incorporate the watercolor trend into your kitchen with beautifully hand-painted teal towels or a cute food-themed art print. How cute is that "Donut worry Be happy" print!?
1. Könitz porcelain mug 2. Painted Plumes Acrylic Tray design by imm Living 3. Elise Flashman shower curtain 4. Paddywax artificial candle 5. Fringe Brilliant Ideas Water Study Journal 6. Colored vase 7. Fringe Be Still Water Study Small Square Tray 8. White floral bedding 9. Mikasa soup cereal bowl 10. WoodWick candles candleholder 11. Dot Bo throw pillow
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