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Freshen up your walls with botanical wall art!
Why Botanical Wall Art?
Botanical wall art, also known as garden wall art, puts the spotlight on splashes of playful greens and lively blossoms to effortlessly decorate a plain wall – and energize any space.
Types of Botanical Wall Art
Who says you have to settle? When styling botanical wall art, choose your favorite pieces from any of a variety of categories, including floral, tree and plant art!
Floral Art: For a sweetened air and a soft, romantic style, accent your walls with gorgeous paintings and photographs of fresh roses, magnolias and daisies.
Tree Art: Invite into your home all of the beauty of the great outdoors – and none of the dirt! – with an intimate home gallery of tree art. Whether the focus is on the breezy foliage of a whimsical cottonwood tree or the tropical colors of a fruity palm tree, tree art offers an effortless way to refresh dull walls and show off your inner botanist.
Plant Art: Whether you prefer plants of the desert variety – think cactus, agave and wildflowers – or the thick shrubbery native to the colder climates, there is perhaps no better way to both showcase your personality and invite the beauty of nature into your home than with a home gallery of plant wall art.
- Cactus Art: Botanical wall art doesn’t always have to feel feminine; in fact, as exemplified by cactus art, it can emit some serious bachelor-pad vibes. Pair cactus art with skull wall deco for coolness intensified, or leave it by itself for a hint of desert flair.
Styling Botanical Wall Art
When arranging a gallery of nature art, stick to trees, flowers and plants that grow together or are associated with the same climates. For example, styling a photograph of a palm tree next to a photograph of a poplar tree may feel unexpected – and not in a good way. Styling, instead, a photograph of a palm tree with a photograph of a similar plant type, such as a succulent or desert lily, will create a gentle harmony – just like the one found in nature.
Where to Hang Botanical Wall Art
Whether they are in a bouquet or loose, flowers have the amazing ability to breathe new life into any space, and floral wall art is no different. Hang it anywhere in the home that needs a little freshening up – whether it’s a niche next to a pantry or a plain wall space above the fireplace.