No matter the weather, these spaces are blossoming year-round, thanks to floral fabrics, wall coverings, and furnishings
Hand-painted floral wallpaper by is the star of the show in Marjorie Gubelmann's Manhattan dining room; an ormolu-and-cut-glass chandelier hangs above the mahogany dining table, and the Venetian mirrors are from a Paris flea market.
The medicine cabinet in the powder room of Erika Bearman's Miles Redd-designed home is by Restoration Hardware, the fittings are by Waterworks, and the wallpaper is by Marthe Armitage.
In the master suite designed by Jeffrey Bilhuber, a vintage chaise is upholstered in a Designers Guild floral, the custom-made chair is covered in a hand-batiked fabric from Hungry Palette, and the carpet is by Stark.
In Roberto Begnini's master bedroom, the toile wallpaper is by Colefax and Fowler, the piano stool in the bedroom is 19th century, the deer sculptures are from Bali, and the tile floors were installed in the 1930s.
Interior designer Alidad in his Baroque-inspired dining room; the walls are covered in stamped leather, and the shutters are by the New England Shutter Company.
In Jeanine Lobell and Anthony Edwards Manhattan home, the games area features an artwork by , the chairs are upholstered in a Designers Guild fabric, and the tree sculpture is a C. Jeré piece; the vases are by , and the rugs are Chinese Art Deco.
In Patricia Lansing's Long Island, New York, home, the artwork in daughter Carolina's room was a gift from grandparents Carolina and Reinaldo Herrera.
In a home in the Hamptons, pedestals in the formal dining room hold busts of Caesar (left) and Hermes, and the wall covering is by .
The dining room of sportswear designer Adam Lippes's New York City apartment showcases pieces from the designer's collection of vintage furnishings, like a 1930s FontanaArte table, Joseph Hoffman chairs, and Thonet benches. Blossom chandelier and a hand-painted silk wallcovering by add softness and sparkle.
The walls and sofa in this dressing room are covered in a Manuel Canovas cotton, and the light fixture is French; the antique armchair is upholstered in a fabric, and the carpet is by .
In the Tampa, Florida, home of Allison and Robby Adams, decorator Nate Berkus used silk wall panels by to create a whimsical look in a girl's bedroom. The Italian light fixture is from the 1960s.
The dressing room's cabinet is 19th-century French.
In the living room of Kit and Tim Kemp at their 1920s London townhouse near Hyde Park. Antique mirrors flank a painting by .
For a young girl's bedroom, designer Katie Ridder uses a floral cotton by for the walls, bed curtains, pillows, and fanciful canopy.
When guests arrive at her Long Island home, glamour girl Veronica Beard ensconces them in a bower-like bedroom where a jungle-flower floral pops against walls clad in an overscale damask print. More blossoms dapple the bedlinens, while the diamond-pattern carpet recalls classic garden trellises.
Meg Ryan's dining area's pendant lights are by , the armchairs are slip-covered in a Summer Hill fabric, and the metal sign is vintage.
The dressing room in the Manhattan apartment of Estée Lauder creative director Aerin Lauder Zinterhofer is a tribute to her grandmother's signature style—including Estée's favorite blue-and-white color scheme and wall coverings. The chandelier is by Baguès, and the circa-1970 desk is by Gabriella Crespi.
Interior designer Katie Ridder dappled the bold apple-green walls of a client's powder room in San Francisco with painted-aluminum blooms, their delicate colors and silhouettes reflected in a fanciful ebonized mirror. Sink fittings by .
In the courtyard of this Madrid home, 1960s Jansen daybeds are upholstered in a Madeleine Castaing fabric, the cast of a Michelangelo sculpture is from a Paris flea market, and the Gothic Revival doors are 19th-century Spanish.
The study's antique desk is from RD Imports, and the Nelson Minor lamp is by ; the wallpaper is from .
Hoteliers Kit and Tim Kemp papered the foyer of their London townhouse in a vivid floral by . The longcase clock is Swedish.
In this Manhattan foyer a hand-painted wall covering by adorns the wall, the antique French mirror is from Bijan Royal, and the rug is by .
The designers silver-leafed the niches to add dimension to the walls before the decorative murals were done. Rugs play on the Asian theme. Flowers and Asian porcelain add shots of texture and color.
In Cynthia Rowley's dining area's chairs, banquette, and bolsters are covered in a; the wall covering was designed by Rowley and produced by