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It’s usually bad to be called a wallflower, right? Well, not in this case. These pretty metal wall flowers from Pottery Barn Kids make a statement that is anything but shy.

metal flowers

They’re so big and glossy, and just kind of pop, right? It’s National Garden Month but because I have a terrible habit of killing plants — I ought to be studying HGTV Gardens more — I thought indoor metal flowers would be safer for me. Don’t let the fact that they come from Pottery Barn Kids fool you. I think these 3D blooms would dazzle anywhere from a barn wedding to a bathroom. So, go on and put the petal to the metal. (Tee hee.)

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7 Responses

  1. Christina says:

    These are so pretty. My sister's 40th is coming up. These flowers would be a great look/theme for her spring bday party. :)

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  3. L. Lauder says:

    These are so beautiful. They make me think of the metal flowers I saw at the United States Botanical Gardens a few years back. I went for the Christmas holiday to see the miniature trains and the miniature buildings. Then I got to the flower & scent exhibit and it just took your breath away. I thought this was such an ingenious idea and always wondered if the metal flowers could be purchased from a store. These come pretty darn close to the one that were on display.

  4. erin loechner says:

    Oh I love these! Anything feminine in an industrial material sends my heart a sailing! :)

    • Briana@HGTV says:

      Yes, I think it's exactly that combo that I was attracted to as well. (Only you put it more eloquently!)

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