Bring Spring Into Your Living Room With Floral Motifs

Last updated on May 15th, 2021

Using floral motifs in the living room décor can really transform the space giving it an interesting character. You can do this either using paintings, wall decals, murals or wallpapers, or even using a floral print in the upholstery.
Using floral motifs instantly makes a space interesting, as long as one remembers to ensure that this added feature blends in well with the rest of the décor and doesn’t look out-of-place in the living room setting.
Here’s a collection of a few elegant ways of adding floral motifs to the living room décor. Prepare to be inspired!

The floral accent that you want to give to a room can sometimes be added as a floral wallpaper like the one in the living room here. What also makes the setting more interesting is the lone floral throw pillow that’s been added for effect, not to mention the fresh flowers in the vase.

The center table upholstered in a floral print, and a couple of more floral elements added to the décor here, lend just the right amount of character to this living space.

The feature wall in this living space takes center-stage adding to it the right floral touch.

There’s an entire garden in bloom here, with fresh flowers complementing the motifs on the many throw cushions.


The huge floral wallpaper does all the talking in this living space. Need we say more?

The beautiful wing chair in this living room, with its floral motifs, adds a touch of class to the setting and manages to spruce it up.

The floral wallpaper with the blue flowers and the teal colored couch perfectly complement each other in this beautiful living space.

The beige wallpaper here with floral motifs works very well with the black and white accents that the other elements bring with them in this setting.

The red accents added to the living room here work perfectly well with the red flowers in the wallpaper.


The pristine nursery here done up in white looks bright and cheerful with the floral wallpaper breaking the monotony of all the white used.