Botanical Prints Turn Over a New Leaf

Botanical Prints Turn Over a New Leaf

Botanical prints, framed and hung in a clean row or grid, are among these can’t-neglect strategies to art. They are timeless and traditional — but also anticipated. Although there’s something to be said for sticking with the classics, there is virtue in pushing the envelope also.

If you enjoy the notion of botanicals but crave an updated spin, try one of those inspiring spins below.

Lauren Liess Interiors

Just one, oversize botanical in kelly green and orange yellow provides cheerful panache to this fairly sitting area. It takes up the identical amount of wall space a grouping of framed pieces will, yet feels really refreshing.


This painterly print offers a gentle touch of color on the walls of a tranquil area. Maintaining it unframed lends a casual edge.

Shannon Malone

For a novel, inexpensive spin on framing, turn into an office staple: clipboards. Their industrial appearance suits the raw edges of those prints well. This therapy also makes it a snap to swap out art as your whims dictate.

Dufner Heighes Inc

Botanicals don’t have to come from the kind of prints. In this kitchen, a collection of oblong plates hung on the wall bears the likenesses of unique plants and flowers.

Small art gains power in numbers. Postcard-size leaf prints create a strong visual effect when they are massed over a sideboard.

Niki Papadopoulos

Traditional botanical prints are finely detailed and as true to life as you can. This grouping takes the opposite tack: Stylized sketches offer you a dreamier bit of flavor taste.

AM Dolce Vita

Sometimes a delicate bit has enough presence to stand on its own. This manly work adds only a whisper of manly detail into a dining room.

Thom Filicia Inc..

Completely fanciful and only short of over the top, this large scale botanical art bridges modern with traditional in a beautiful way.

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