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Trend Alert: Rose Motifs

What's not to love about roses? Their beautiful, curling blossom structure has made them one of the most popular flowers in the world; their scent has been transferred to perfumes and linen sprays, and their diversity enables them to flourish in home gardens across the world. Of course, roses are also popping up in the world of interior design. Take this rose round ottoman (on sale for $412). Made of wool rosettes, this unique furniture piece would add a touch of glam to a living room or bedroom. I can even think of some feminine modernists who would adore it.


The LA Times breaks down the history of the rose thusly:

The ancient Romans associated the rose with their goddess of love, and European aristocracy in the 17th century prized them so highly they were accepted as payment for debt. The tradition of beauty continues with a new crop of rose-inspired furnishings: ruffled-edge bowls, tiles with digital imagery, linen fabrics — even a whimsical chair upholstered in paper roses.

To see my picks for rose motifs in interior design,

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Allinds33 Allinds33 8 years
they had one of these in the multi color in sage and rose's room on Privileged. we almost put them in a very "kid friendly" clients house, they are really fun and dramatic.
ThePerfectScore ThePerfectScore 8 years
that ball of roses looks like a brain!
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