You know that moment when you find the perfect shirt, the kind that goes with pretty much any jacket, sweater, pants, or skirt in your wardrobe? This is one of those moments, but for bedroom decorating. We can’t get enough of this all-new, watercolor-inspired Wallflower pattern, a petite but never precious floral in a rich, saturated, multicolor palette that’s available as a sheet set, a duvet, and shams. It’s so versatile that we have yet to find a color it doesn’t work with, so we’ve been having a blast pairing and layering with all sorts of summer-into-fall hues and textures.
Today we’re featuring two takes on Wallflower: a lilac-y grey—let’s just call it Greylac—palette that’s soft and soothing with a touch of boho eclecticism, and a medium mauve color palette that plays with all-grown-up shades of pink and purple. Take a peek and see which one speaks to you the most. Then stay tuned for tomorrow’s post, where we’ll feature two more takes on this décor style star.