It is quite alright for the full-blooded masculine to panel his home office with wood. It’s ornate and austere at the same time. There is a natural whiff to the room’s interior, perhaps with a tang of illicit tobacco smoke that says this is where everything happens for the man of the hour. Wood, of course, comes direct from trees. And even those tall cedars have a pungency about it that suggests that somewhere, high up above in those branches, a floral bouquet lies.
One of the world’s great rugby teams has the rose as its crest. The greatest team of all has the silver fern. Floral patterning here and there, among some teams grinding it out on a balmy Sunday evening, will be evidence of this. It is generally expected that each couple’s master suite will be decorated with standard features reminiscent of floral decor, but why wait for the lady to arrive. And why keep the lady waiting.
There is no element of truth in the enticement to explore your feminine side. When it comes to home and office décor, it is a false fallacy. Rather, a touch of the floral shows a touch of class. It also shows a side of you that cares. You can have as many rough edges as you like, but the thorny issue of overdoing things need not be the case when you’ve added in a bouquet of the floral somewhere or another. Haunting, mystic green ferns are great for the man’s bathroom.
Fruits of the orchards in every newly modeled kitchen goes without saying. And if it is not in the wallpaper, the floral element can be put to good use, just so, on the corner of the office desk.