The humble dandelion is the latest floral decor star – but it’s being heralded at its seed stage, not its blossom stage. Small wonder – the yellow blossom is reviled around the world by manicured lawn lovers and appreciated only by organic wine makers and naturopaths. The round, airy seed ball with its feather down delivery system however, is another thing entirely. As children, it was these spherical, magical works of art that we hunted. Find one and blow on the seed ball, scattering the tiny white snowflakes everywhere – and your wish would be granted. Times were simpler then. But now, you can celebrate your memories in your home decor with dinnerware and furniture – or in marvelous works of art. Bring back the child inside – with dandelion decor.
Dandelion decor pattern chair from Nathan Furniture UK
Objet D’art – acrylic with a real dandelion – from the Museum of Modern Art, NY
Now there’s dandelion decor for you – Sally Bridge Metal’s dandelion bench.
And here’s the matching dandelion chair (there’s a bed too)!
How about some green wall art dandelion decor? Source
Or some dandelion dinner decor from Global Views?
The Dandelight – battery powered dandelion decor – from MoMa.
Stunning dandelion art by Miki Asai
This dandelion decor serving set from Michael Aram is functional artwork. Don’t you love these pieces?
There’s a hand picked dandelion seed head preserved perfectly in this office paperweight from Uncommon Goods.
This dandelion upholstered wing back chair would fit well in a room with more traditional decor. Source
Iveta Abolina’s Little Dandelion shower curtain brings the dandelion to bathroom decor. Source
Dandelion Haiku cork coasters from Zazzle.
Kate Spade dinnerware, anyone?
A commissioned dandelion work by Ruth Moilliet would elevate any decor.
Dandelion napkins in 100% certified organic cotton by Prosper Design Studio. Because your table is an important part of your decor theme.
Pair those napkins with Kelly Tomfohr’s terrific turquoise plate.
In Kangaroo Valley, Australia, we have a piece of Al Phemister’s Dandelion Series – featured at Sculpture in the Valley.
Fragile Future iii: Art sculpture by Studio Drift containing real dandelion seeds. The ultimate in dandelion decor.