Inspired by: Classic Botanicals

Is there anything more timeless than a grouping of botanical prints? What could be more timeless than nature in such a pure form. I am a fan of any design element that brings the outside in — large windows, dutch doors, green rooms, fresh flowers, chinoiserie wallpaper, natural fiber rugs, garden-inspired treillage — there is something so calming about feeling close to nature in your home. I find botanical prints at thrift stores all the time, and most of them look just as beautiful now as when they were first printed. There are also tons that you can buy already framed or even free printable versions that you can frame yourself. However you find your botanicals, here is some inspiration for where and how to incorporate them into your home. I love that they can feel earthy and bohemian, prim and traditional, quirky and whimsical, or bold and glamorous, depending on their style and how they are displayed and framed.

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Cathy Kincaid Interiors

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Liz Williams Interiors

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House and Garden UK

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Pinterest

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Better Homes and Gardens

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John B. Murray Architect

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Sonder Living

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Ethan Allen

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Nancy Lancaster

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Architectural Digest

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South Shore Decorating Blog

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Ballard Designs

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Better Homes and Gardens

 

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