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Incorporating Florals in the Home

Florals in the Home Spring is here

Spring speaks bright colors, warmer weather and visions of florals. Whether through texture, art or décor, our Nandina design teams love to incorporate floral elements in many different ways throughout the home.   

Take a look at how seamlessly varying floral elements are woven throughout these design plans… 

Florals in the Home Hughes Design by Sue Shannon of Nandina Home and Design Aiken

Design by Sue Shannon | Photography by Shelly Schmidt

Florals in the House Design by Sue Shannon of Nandina Home and Design in Aiken

Design by Sue Shannon | Photography by Shelly Schmidt

Fuqua Nursery Floral Curtains

Design by John Ishamel | Photography by Shelly Schmidt

Design by Jessie LaFalce | Photography by Shelly Schmidt

Design by Sue Shannon | Photography by Shelly Schmidt

Florals in the Home Design by Susan Victor

Design by Susan Victor | Photography by Heather Sargent

Floral Design

Design by Sue Shannon | Photography by Shelly Schmidt

Garden Club Event at Nandina Home and Design in Greenville

In March, our Greenville design team hosted a ladies’ garden club in our newest showroom. Designers Ashley Diggelmann and BethAnn Connor developed an interactive project for the group that drew inspiration from florals.  

“We wanted to tie back to the nature of the organization and incorporate how florals can be an integral part of a design plan. BethAnn and I designed a mood board, in advance, with one red tulip as our inspiration; we then let the group break up into teams and compile their own cohesive designs plans around the floral of their choice. By offering rug samples, fabric and wall covering swatches and small accessories, each group was able to get first-hand experience in to what elements are involved when pulling a design plan together.”

-Ashley Diggelmann, Lead Designer – Greenville  

Floral Mood Boards Graphic

 

 

“We wanted to tie back to the nature of the organization and incorporate how florals can be an integral part of a design plan. BethAnn and I designed a mood board, in advance, with one red tulip as our inspiration; we then let the group break up into teams and compile their own cohesive designs plans around the floral of their choice. By offering rug samples, fabric and wall covering swatches and small accessories, each group was able to get first-hand experience in to what elements are involved when pulling a design plan together. 

-Ashley Diggelmann, Lead Designer – Greenville  

 

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