Monochrome is still happening, and images of dandelions fit this enduring trend beautifully. For example, look at the great wall gallery in the chic Scandinavian home of Nina Holst, owner of Stylizimo.com. Do as she does and keep the frames black (or made from natural wood) and stick to black and white artworks.
A close-up of a dandelion on a black background, with a black frame, gives a modern monochrome touch to a bohemian home like this. We also love how it echoes the potted palm and bouquet on the table.
The best place to think about your biggest dreams and deepest wishes is your bedroom. So dandelion art will be a fitting choice for this space. Match it with an equally featherlight image, for example of a… feather.
This bedroom is as sweet as it gets. Not only because of the white and pink colour scheme, the bronze accessories and the soft bedding, but also because of the dreamy artwork by Etsy shop My Own Dreamland. Note the fact that this bed is made of only a matress: such a romantic nest!
The dandelion trend is taking over our floors, too. Look at these wonderful dandelion tiles made by Marrakech Design, available in enchanting colours. The wonderful wool rug is by West Elm, and made by special order.
Once again, the monochrome interior. We are a fan, as they are the perfect place for displaying your favourite illustrations – like this one of a dandelion, of course. The lovely thin frames and matching side table create an elegant atmosphere.
This wallpaper by Karwei is lovely: it transforms any room into an enchanting place. The dandelion print can be combined with a monochrome interior, but will also look great in more bohemian and colourful spaces.
Instagram-worthy bathrooms are on everybody’s wish list nowadays. Be inspired by this space in soothing shades of grey. The pretty dandelion artwork is a lovely eye catcher.
Images from: stylizimoblog.com, style-files.com, etsy.com, myscandinavianhome.com, marrakechdesign.se, westelm.com, karwei.nl, koti-ikava.fi