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20 Gorgeous Rooms Inspired by Gardens

Gardens around the world spark creative floral designs for every room.

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Photo: Julie Soefer. From: Marie Flanigan Interiors.

English Influence

“Our client’s Herend wedding china served as inspiration for this dining room’s hand-painted Gracie Studio wallcovering. The look is a celebration of both the family’s unique story, as well as the home’s 1930s charm, and we worked closely with Gracie to capture the essence of both,” says designer Marie Flanigan. The china, with Chinese influences in the pattern, debuted at the First World Exhibition in London in 1851 and was purchased by Queen Victoria, and then named after her, according to Herend.

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Photo: Lynn Bagley Photography. From: Kress Jack.

East Meets West

English country garden meets exotic Asian garden in this bedroom by designer Kress Jack. “The bright flowers and bold paint colors we chose, draw you down the long hall into this room, and instead of it feeling like a dead end, it is alive with color and flowers and attitude,” she says.

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Photo: Tomas Espinoza

Italian Renaissance

Italian gardens inspired the hues in this fantasy-like bedroom by Catherine M. Austin. Her design decisions, such as chinoiserie scenic wallpaper, were drawn from photos she had taken in northern Italy’s Villa D’Este at Lake Como at dusk and the Venetian Lagoon at sunset. “The palette was inspired by some of my fondest travel memories of the past year. I kept coming back to certain images I had taken where the indescribable colors stayed with me,” she says. “I was continually drawn to the combination of spring green with shades of lilac and orchid.”

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Photo: Nick Johnson. From: Bea Pila.

Island Garden

“My clients live in Grand Cayman, and of course, the garden is of incredible importance to them,” says designer Bea Pila. The artwork depicts the flora of the islands with an enlarged scale, creating a dramatic and impactful piece of realism. “My client is also not afraid of color, and that is why we were bold enough to use the crimson color linen on the drapes while ‘cooling’ down the scheme with the soft blues on the rug and chair fabrics,” she says.

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