Thursday, May 20, 2010


The Kate Spade store on lower 5th Ave. with the back wall covered in a jaunty floral wallpaper.
For the past few months, every where I look, I am seeing tiny floral prints. Spring is always welcomed with floral blooms, and each season the trend differs. One year it is huge, stylized flowers, the next it it natural, hand rendered artistic blooms. However they are done, flowers and spring are perennial favorites.

Julian Mejia Design Liberty napkins. Liberty is back in a big way!

For a jot on the go. Brit Celia Birtwell's iconic prints appear on the Pretty Woman Notebook from Wild and Wolf.

Courtesy of Topshop
Cute Vera Espadrilles from Topshop mean your feet can be trendy too.

The Floral maxi convertible dress from The Gap can be dressed up or down.

The Crackle Floral Laptop Sleeve from Topshop ensures your computer travels in style.

Verdant Acres Dinnerware with anemones and poppies from Anthropologie has a watercolor effect that I adore. These were introduced last year and I am glad they are back.

Mix and Match Batik Napkins in Bloom from Anthropologie bring that island spirit to the table.

Photo Courtesy of Tory Burch
Tory Burch was inspired by interiors with her Navy Garden Print


Josh Urso Design said...

We love the floral print trend. We're reluctant to go head-to-toe with it but the accessories you've chosen are both approachable and fun!

JustJoan said...

It's so Laura it!

lisaroy said...

Great finds! I'm loving the mini florals - they feel so retro! : )

simplygrove said...

The floral laptop sleeve is divine. xx