Back in bloom | Trending

HEAVEN SCENT: What would spring be without a generous splash of flowers. Photo: Shutterstock
HEAVEN SCENT: What would spring be without a generous splash of flowers. Photo: Shutterstock

Spring is truly about to blossom, thanks to pretty and playful designs on the predictable and most unexpected of places.

Protea #1 print, $170. Part of a limited edition range, this image was captured by Australian artist and photographer, Lauren Daly. ldarthouse.com.au

Sarena sneakers, $169.95. Everyday leather shoes, elevated thanks to the subtle floral print. buenoshoes.com.au

Kalina quilt cover set, $369.95 - $469.95. Pure French linen bedding that's guaranteed to add colour and character to your bedroom. luxotic.com.au

Poppy ceramic bowl, $199. Designed to accompany the iconic stand mixer, baking has never looked so artistic. kitchenaid.com.au

Superfresco Easy Urban floral wallpaper, $77.38. Wallpaper can instantly transform a room and floral designs are usually a safe option. bunnings.com.au

Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria plate, $14.95. Featuring a couple of Willy Wagtails behind a bunch of Sturt desert peas, this fine bone china plate is quintessentially Australian. maxwellandwilliams.com.au

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KOO Brindabella cushion, $18. Emblazoned with a native gumnut print, this is an affordable addition to any new spring decor. spotlightstores.com

Mambo Glenno short sleeve shirt, $30. The perfect way for a bloke to wear a floral shirt without feeling like he fell into a bowl of potpourri. bigw.com.au

Apotheosis deep V drama maxi woven dress, $598. A first for clothing label Karen Millen, this is part of a breathtaking artist collaboration with Kate Bickmore. karenmillen.com/au

Push-up triangle bikini top, $27.99. Hear that? It's summer, slowly creeping around the corner. Time to get cossie ready - matching bikini bottoms are also available. hm.com/en_au

Joy apron, $90. Made from 100 per cent sustainable linen, this is so stylish you could wear it to your local farmers market, or when you're swanning around the kitchen at home. buxtonhanley.com

Embroidered earrings, $85. A subtle nod to spring, accessories are a clever way to introduce florals to your ensemble. bodenclothing.com.au

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