Romantic and feminine - these floral accessories will put a spring back in your step
Keep up the latest home accessory trends with nine of our favourite designs. Chosen by 25 Beautiful Homes.
Primary colours in ever decreasing, wavy circles create a sunny feel to this Single Tier Small Cranham cake stand, £20, available from the queen of florals, Cath Kidston.
Is it a flower? Is it a sculpture? It’s actually a sunny Floral Tea Strainer, £18, a natty number from The Natural History Museum Shop.
Keep your hands safe from spills and burns, and add a bit of spring time to your cooking proceedings while you’re at it, with the Cora oven mitt, £7.95, from Cuckooland.
The perfect sentiment, decked in pretty pink and surrounded by a floral wreath. Live Laugh & Be Happy Wall Art, £9.50, from Marks and Spencer.
Store favourite cakes, biscuits and other sweet meats in these pretty containers. Caroline Gardner Ditsy cake tins, £33.99 for a set of three, from Lakeland.
A wonderful addition to a bedroom that is both practical and attractive. The Blossom bedside table, £229, from BhS contains so many wonderful hues, it would suit any colour scheme.
Clear enough to see exactly how much you have left, yet pretty enough to be more than purely functional, the Flower print soap dispenser, jar and tumbler, from £14 per item, are available at House of Fraser.
It’s all in the detail with this pretty floral cushion – from the beautifully painted flowers, to the little tassels around the edge. A must for a sitting room, bedroom or boudoir. Tetbury Meadow Tassel linen cushion, £185, Bluebellgray.
Ever thought of decorating a disused container of olive oil one day? Well now you don’t need to with this Forget Me Not Bottle, which is just £3, from Wilko.
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