We’re Calling It: Flowercore Is About to Take Over Spring

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Fashion and interiors have a beautifully symbiotic relationship, specifically when it comes to trends. Barbiecore started with pink '80s-inspired, slightly campy clothing and ended up taking over our houses. So, what's the next style trend to infiltrate the home sphere? Our prediction: flowercore.


Whether strutting the runways or gracing red carpets, it seems like everyone has been sporting three-dimensional floral embellishments on their clothing. From singular rose chokers and floral-clad heels to blouses and gowns covered in large fabric blooms, this lively, smile-inducing trend is flourishing amongst fashion-forward figures. The perfect everyday example of this? The folks at the Sheer Luxe office, who are constantly going viral on TikTok for their timeless yet impeccably on-trend work uniforms.


One of the latest "trend alert" videos features the team's #ootds, which all perfectly highlight the term "flowercore." And for clarity, this isn't referring to just any old floral pattern (like, duh — floral prints are always hot during springtime). It specifically emphasizes these corsagelike, vintage-inspired, rose-adjacent adornments we've been spotting left and right. And the next logical step is obviously welcoming them into our homes. So here you have it: a handful of flowercore-inspired furniture and decor that's about to be in full bloom.


Flowercore at Home

These romantic taper candles are exactly what your next dinner party needs.

Add texture to your walls with this beyond-lovely three-dimensional artwork.


A light fixture and sculpture in one.

The perfect alternative (or addition) to fresh flowers.

We heart this vase a ridiculous amount.


Art that thinks outside the box.

If you're willing to splurge, there's no prettier Dutch oven.

Moody yet warm.


Obsessed with a textured piece of dinnerware.

A candle holder at its finest.

Rifle Paper Co. has the most special selection of nature-inspired furniture and rugs.



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