Botanicals in Decor

Botanicals.  Such an elegant way to dress up your room and bring the outside in!

With the late start to our Spring and the fact that botanicals are another theme you’ll see popping up this season, I thought I’d leave you with some ideas to ponder over the weekend. Who knows, maybe you’ll be inspired to dress your home with a simple touch of natural beauty, a look you can never go wrong with.

 

Tulips bring a smile to any space and an instant feeling of cheer.

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What better way to enjoy a bunch of thistles? Pretty to look at, but nasty to hold!

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A white orchid is that touch of elegance and class that simply can’t be overstated.

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The scent of lavender will infuse a feeling of calm and welcome you into the room.

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Do you feel like this space is welcoming you in?

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Can you picture yourself curled up, lost in the quiet and solitude of this room?

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Ferns are such a pretty introduction of green… I love this display.

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This vignette is perfect. I really like the use of live ferns for the botanical touch.

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Pure perfection. This piece has a feeling of ‘calm’.

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Design by Tobi Fairley. Need I say more?

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The use of grays with botanicals is in one word, timeless.

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Framed art in place of wallpaper. Would you do this?

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Or this? I can so see catching up with an old friend in this private cubby.

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A grouping like this one will always work because the splash of green is really a colourful neutral.

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This room is full, the floor is busy, and the walls are covered…but with the botanicals it all works.

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The black is a nice background for these botanicals, and adds a sense of glamour to the room.

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The botanical influence is not new, modern or even trendy for that matter. It is ‘in’ for this season, but really, it’s always been around. It is a touch of Mother Nature that we choose to enjoy indoors as an extension of our world outside. The great thing is you can find it anywhere… it’s how you decide to use it that makes the difference.

What do you think of botanical decor? The creative side in me is working overtime with a million ideas on what I can do to create my own pieces… you never know, something might just show up in another post!

Have a great weekend.

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6 Replies to “Botanicals in Decor”

  1. I have always loved the timeless elegance and simplicity of botanicals. The way I use them depends on the day, but I love how they will morph from traditional to ultra modern. I recently needed a very large art installation for a caramel colored wall. I painted simple,large red poppies on a cream colored canvas for a very effective look. If I knew how, I would attach a photo. Still learning! 🙂

    1. Hi Pauline!
      I bet the poppies were the perfect accent for that colour wall… I can only imagine how fantastic your finished piece looked, and am looking forward to seeing photos… all in good time 😉

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