Decorating with Botanical Prints

For as long as I can remember, I’ve been a fan of botanical prints. I love their color and simplicity; they look great in any room. You’ll find them in poster form, or smaller, framed collections. When in doubt about how to decorate your walls, consider adding a few botanical prints. You can’t go wrong, as these photo examples will prove.

Botanical Prints in a Farmhouse Dining RoomPhoto by Tom Stringer Design Partners

Botanical prints adorn the wall above a beautiful blue sideboard. Note how the lower row is hung in front of the chair rail, as opposed to above it. It lends a bit of a 3-D touch to the grouping.

Farmhouse Hallway

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On a budget? No problem!  Use your computer to print leaf botanical art and arrange it on a wall. I love this look because it’s so unassuming, yet it makes quite a statement in this farmhouse hallway.

 

Traditional Dining Room in Tropical StylePhoto by Kathy Abbott Interiors, Inc.

A grouping of over-sized botanical prints creates a beautiful focal point in this traditional dining room.

 

City Apartment Dining RoomPhoto by kim scodro interiors

Colorful, graphic prints in this city apartment set the tone for the rest of the room’s color scheme.  The dining room is simple yet elegant.

 

Bedroom Gallery Wall with Botanical PrintsPhoto by Virtual Studio Innovations

Create an impressive gallery wall like this by pairing simple botanical prints with beautiful oil paintings and a single bulls eye mirror.

 

Charming Bedroom with Botanical Prints Gallery WallPhoto by DSI-designs

Here’s yet another charming bedroom with a beautiful gallery wall of botanical prints. The arrangement is asymmetrical, and it works because it’s balanced with space.

 

Ethan Allen in a Traditional Entry WayPhoto by Ethan Allen

When I saw this space was by Ethan Allen I thought, “No wonder I love this!” Ethan Allen is timeless furniture with classic styling. It always looks good, and so does this arrangement of black background botanical prints suspended over a gorgeous sideboard.

 

Colorful botanical prints arranged in an old windowPhoto by Monica Ewing

Brighten a boring corner with colorful prints. These are cleverly arranged in an old window frame.

 

Blue Sideboard Cabinet

Photo by Linda Holt Interiors

A beautiful tree print crowns an equally beautiful blue cabinet. Matching green vases complete the look.

 
Traditional Bathroom

Photo by Farrow & Ball

Fourteen framed prints are all that’s needed to decorate the walls of a traditional bathroom.

 

Kitchen DetailPhoto by Shannon Malone

Finally, a pretty trio of prints fastened to clipboards. No need for fancy frames!

If you’d like to download your own botanical prints to create wall art for your home, visit The Graphics Fairy who has plenty of prints and art to download and frame … or simply display on a clipboard.

You can also order some amazing poster-sized prints from Amazon.

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  1. I love botanicals and these are all beautiful. The Graphics Fairy really is a great source too – I have downloaded some from her site and the price is right too!

  2. Loved all of the Botanical prints inspiration…Such a classic!…pinned away!

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