Decoding our Floral Prints - The Secret Language of Flowers
The Language of Flowers has been up for debate for thousands of years. We dove into our favourite summer floral prints to explore the secret meanings of the flowers incorporated in them.
Nestled alongside decorative ceramics, our favourite flowers sunflowers and lupins are featured prominently in our Vases print. Sunflowers representing adoration and dedication, lupins representing happiness, creativity and imagination. The flowers on this print reflect the passion and energy put into the design and production by our in house team.
Peonies, roses, daisies, chrysanthemums, sunflowers, lupins. Our bestselling Leolani print is flourishing with a garden of beautiful blooms. Peonies representing beauty and bashfulness combined with chrysanthemums representing optimism and joy. This print is truly the epitome of a long, happy summer.
Hand painted at Thought HQ, our Kikii print expresses love and blissfulness via roses and sweet peas. Made from hemp fabric, it represents our love for protecting the environment through sustainable means.
Our Garabina print is one of our stunning floral prints that doesn’t actually include traditional florals. The Bird of paradise represents joyfulness and magnificence. It can also be used to indicate exciting and wonderful anticipation, something our entire team felt in the lead up to the launch of this exciting look.
Palm House Print
Palm leaves represent victory and success, something we all need a bit of help with every now and then. Wearing this Kew Gardens inspired print makes us feel powerful and strong, much like the regal and iconic Palm House from it’s namesake.
The eucalyptus is a holy tree for the Aboriginals. For them it represents the division of underworld, Earth and Heaven. At a spiritual level the eucalyptus has a purifying effect, negative energy disappears in the place where you burn a eucalyptus leaf. That’s how we feel when we wear our Tesari print.