Wild meadows and exotic gardens
Floral patterns are composed of single flowers,
bouquets or sprays of flowers and leaves. Their size varies from tiny motifs
scattered on fabric to large images covering whole background. Nature provides
an endless repository of flower forms and colours. Designers can choose from
small wild flowers (e.g. daisies, violets, forget-me-nots) or more imposing,
colourful ones (e.g. roses, camellias, chrysanthemums, dahlias), creating modest or
more sophisticated patterns. The designs evoke an image of a wild meadow or
resemble a garden full of exotic blooming plants. The queen of the garden (and
the queen of the floral prints on textiles as well) is, undoubtedly, rose.
Roses of all sizes, red, pink or of any other colour decorate printed clothing
fabrics and as a pattern they are timeless.