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After years of simple solids and geometric prints, the lowly flower is making a comeback in decor. Floral patterns have been blooming all over fashion runways in recent months, and they are slowly finding their way back into the world of home decorating, too.
From leprechaun beards to shamrock hats, a few simple crafts can turn you from a spectator into a participant at a St. Patrick's Day parade or party.
This photo provided by HGTV.com Weekday Crafternoon shows a felt shamrock craft that provides a pretty way to wear some green. “Once you know how to make these shamrocks then when we get to spring you can make them in different colors and have a bouquet of flowers,” says Marianne Canada, host of HGTV.com's Weekday Crafternoon. “It’s a handy little craft to have in your back pocket.” (AP Photo/HGTV.com Weekday Crafternoon, Marianne Canada)
In this photo provided by Brian Patrick Flynn, for HGTV.com's new digital series HGTV Spring House, interior designer and executive producer Flynn uses the art of layering pattern to pack its master bedroom with classic, feminine appeal. Flynn says the trick to mixing several floral prints successfully is all about a range in scale, claiming one small, one medium and one large pattern will often strike the perfect balance. (AP Photo/Brian Patrick Flynn/HGTV Spring House/Sarah Dorio)
Following the general trend in home décor, holiday trim and accessories this year are an eclectic mix of traditional and non-traditional colors and styles.
As temperatures drop and daylight is in shorter supply, we fight back: We crank up the heat in our homes and turn on lights earlier and earlier. And yet we also want to keep our heating and electric bills as low as we can.
Beautiful and sturdy with a flair for the dramatic, alliums are a graceful way to add color and architectural dimension to your garden.
Halloween, the holiday built around the twin pleasures of playing dress-up and eating too much candy, is obviously a hit with children.
This undated photo provided by Brian Patrick Flynn shows an inexpensive but spooky Halloween party display by designer Brian Patrick Flynn for HGTV.com, where he soaked the labels off empty bottles and spray-painted them black, in Atlanta. He then used scrapbook labels to add new names ("Eye of Newt," "Deadly Nightshade"), and after clustered them together on a sideboard. (AP Photo/Brian Patrick Flynn/HGTV.com, Scripps Networks Interactive/Sarah Dorio)
This undated photo provided by Brian Patrick Flynn shows a haunted-house entryway, with ripped pieces of cheesecloth that were soaked in weak tea, created by designer, Brian Patrick Flynn for HGTV.com, in Atlanta. Once dried, pieces can be draped from staples or small nails. Start the party before your guests even enter your home. (AP Photo/Brian Patrick Flynn/HGTV.com, Scripps Networks Interactive/Sarah Dorio)
This undated photo provided by Brian Patrick Flynn shows how the designer Flynn for HGTV.com creates the illusion for Halloween party decorating that guests will actually become the feast by turning chairs into straitjackets, in Atlanta. He added pairs of black leather belts around the backs and the legs of dining room chairs, fastening the buckles away from the diners' backs. (AP Photo/Brian Patrick Flynn/HGTV.com, Scripps Networks Interactive/Sarah Dorio)
This undated photo provided by Brian Patrick Flynn shows bare branches, spray-painted black and secured in vases with gravel, floral foam and a layer of moss, that make a stunning and inexpensive Halloween centerpiece created by designer, Brian Patrick Flynn for HGTV.com, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Brian Patrick Flynn/HGTV.com, Scripps Networks Interactive/Sarah Dorio)
Looking for a cheaper way to fertilize flowers or keep pests at bay? A better tool for planting tiny seeds?
This undated publicity photo provided by Justincave.com shows Atlanta-based landscaper and former HGTV show host, Justin Cave. (AP Photo/Justincave.com)
This undated publicity photo provided by Brian Patrick Flynn shows a family focused dining room. Interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn had his client's family photography cropped tightly, then printed over scale in black and white for use as dining room art. Flynn suggests focusing tightly on faces rather than landscapes or surroundings to instantly warm up and personalize room's designed for family gatherings. (AP Photo/Brian Patrick Flynn, Sarah Dorio/HGTV.com)
This undated publicity photo provided by Brian Patrick Flynn shows a playful family room in a home shared by two young parents and their two active sons. Interior designer Flynn deliberately used youth as a part of the room's decor with original framed photography of 1980s Duplo figures as well as playful accessories and a bold, vibrant palette of navy blue and fire engine red. (AP Photo/Brian Patrick Flynn, Sarah Dorio/HGTV.com)
This undated publicity photo provided by Brian Patrick Flynn shows a family-friendly breakfast nook designed by Flynn that showcases the designer's mix of classic patterns such as plaid, youthful colors such as navy blue and red, commercial-grade fabrics like automotive vinyl used for kid-friendly residential upholstery, and tables with rounded corners to avoid any mishaps from roughhousing. (AP Photo/Brian Patrick Flynn, Sarah Dorio/HGTV.com)
Even a small slice of the big outdoors can call for big art.
A bungalow on the beach. A cabin for weekend getaways.
This undated photo courtesy of HGTV.com shows a porch designed by Brian Patrick Flynn/Decor Demon for HGTV.com. Flynn used colorful indoor/outdoor area rugs to introduce color and pattern and delineate space on porches and decks. Simple touches like a vase filled with a fresh cutting from your garden shown here can bring a party atmosphere to your deck or patio in minutes. And keeping chilled drinks on hand makes it even easier to welcome last-minute guests. (AP Photo/HGTV.COM) MANDATORY PHOTO CREDIT TO HGTV.COM; MANDATORY DESIGN CREDIT TO BRIAN PATRICK FLYNN/DECOR DEMON; NO SALES
The neon brights that peppered the 1980s are back, in fashion and décor. Highlighter hues and glow-in-the-dark tints provide a shot of adrenaline after a few seasons of mellow, mushroom-y color palettes.
Design magazines and home decorating catalogs tend to feature sprawling backyards with big wooden decks and room for everything from decorative fountains to artificial ponds.
Looking for a fresh way to liven up your garden walls? Think plants, not paintings.
If you’re an HGTV junkie, you’ll feel right at home at the Maricopa County Home and Landscape Show. The huge event features tons of ideas for landscaping, remodeling, decorating and otherwise making the most of your home. Drew and Jonathan Scott, stars of HGTV's “Property Brothers,” will give talks Saturday and Sunday on home renovations and the real estate market.
Many Americans have embraced outdoor decorating, filling their yards with fluffy sofas, gleaming end tables and even outdoor rugs.