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Interior Design Trend: Australian Native Flowers | Gold Coast Interior Design

Do you love earthy tones, botanical accents and boho-inspired styling? This week on the blog we’re sharing one of our favourite current design trends: native Australian flowers!

Interior Design Trend: Australian Natives! Tailored Space Interiors, Gold Coast Interior Design

If you’ve visited our showroom recently or seen our latest arrivals, you may have seen some native flora making an appearance through our new artworks and accessories. Drawing inspiration from botanical motifs like proteas, banksia and eucalyptus, this design trend is perfect for creating a modern bohemian feel throughout the home.

Keep reading for our top tips on styling with Australian natives, including some of our product picks and visual inspiration to get you started!


Interior Design Trend: Australian Natives! Tailored Space Interiors, Gold Coast Interior Design


How to style with native flowers

When it comes to styling with natives, there are a few different ways you can begin to introduce these colourful blooms into your home decor.

Statement artworks and prints are one of the best ways to jump on board with this trend, by creating a focal feature and adding a pop of colour into any space. We love using hero artworks that highlight Australian native plants and flowers in dining rooms, living rooms and entryways - go bold with an oversized print to create depth and interest. 


Interior Design Trend: Australian Natives! Tailored Space Interiors, Gold Coast Interior Design

Interior Design Trend: Australian Natives! Tailored Space Interiors, Gold Coast Interior Design

Interior Design Trend: Australian Natives! Tailored Space Interiors, Gold Coast Interior Design

Interior Design Trend: Australian Natives! Tailored Space Interiors, Gold Coast Interior Design


Product picks: Protea Oil Painting, Sugar Bush, Proteas artwork, Botany Print

Textiles and accessories are another way to bring botanical motifs into your home accessories. Opt for cushions in botanical prints and floral patterns to dress your lounges or bedding.

You can also highlight Australian native flowers simply by clustering individual stems together in a statement vase. King proteas in particular look beautiful when displayed on coffee tables, benchtops, entry tables and other surfaces throughout the home!


Interior Design Trend: Australian Natives! Tailored Space Interiors, Gold Coast Interior Design

Interior Design Trend: Australian Natives! Tailored Space Interiors, Gold Coast Interior Design

Interior Design Trend: Australian Natives


Product picks: King Protea stem, Pippa vase, Botanica cushion, Protea Aqua Cushion


When it comes to colour palettes, native flowers tend to highlight earthy hues like blush, sage and amber. Try to complement your artworks and accessories with a neutral palette of timbers, whites and tan - or, for a deeper look, contrast against charcoals, navy and black. Natural textures and materials like cane and rattan are also great pairings for this look.

Keep scrolling for some of our favourite current inspiration for all things Australian flora!


Interior Design Trend: Australian Natives! Tailored Space Interiors, Gold Coast Interior Design
Image source: Elise Hassey
Interior Design Trend: Australian Natives! Tailored Space Interiors, Gold Coast Interior Design
Image source: The Design Files
Interior Design Trend: Australian Natives! Tailored Space Interiors, Gold Coast Interior Design
Image source: Pinterest
Interior Design Trend: Australian Natives! Tailored Space Interiors, Gold Coast Interior Design
Image source: The Design Files
Interior Design Trend: Australian Natives! Tailored Space Interiors, Gold Coast Interior Design
Image source: Apartment Therapy

Shop our range of artworks, textiles and homewares online or in-store at our Tweed Heads showroom, with AfterPay available. Don’t forget to keep up to date with our new releases and current design trends by following us on Instagram and Pinterest for more styling inspiration from our team!


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