Over the weekend I was revisiting my Chloe Warner tear sheets, thinking about how Warner successfully covered a swap-meet sofa with Lee Jofa's stately hand-blocked linen,"Eldon." Along the way, I uncovered other examples of lush florals.
Images one through four are from a March 2006 House & Garden story, produced by Carolina Irving, about venerable G.P & J. Baker's archive of printed fabrics. (Click pictures to enlarge and read text.)
Images five and six represent a page ripped from Southern Accents. I think in the 90s. To me, the pouf shown is just an iconic flower-laden piece. Maybe chintz. The room is sort of like a de-constructed Southern classic. Lighter than the '80s but still a bit grand.
Last of course is Warner's library as seen in domino, November 2007.