Framed botanical prints – Botany like print and living green plants hitter in the home like never before. Botany and green leaves give the living room, kitchen and bedroom a vibrant, lush expression. We have put large plants in jars and hung pressed and artificial leaves on the wall. Decorated with botanical print – and then rescued a nap with bedding with beautiful flowering pea flowers. Also you can choose a corner of the living room for the lush botanical theme. Hang beautiful, artificial foliage leaves and filodendron leaves on the wall along with a couple of print with botanical motifs. And style a few big jars of green plants on the floor beneath them. It’s that easy! The leaves are from Cute Christmas, and the art prints are by Pernille Folcarelli.
Floating image frames are an ideal and more modern alternative to a traditional picture frame. Their distinct design centers a photograph or piece of art so it’s away from the frame that appears to be “fluid”. The overall effect creates a striking display, especially when it is mounted against a colorful wall, as the wall color shows through the frame and creates an additional design. Made in a wide range of sizes and colors, floating frames are an ideal design for use in an area of the home.
Float a collage of prints as framed botanical prints in a living or dining area to create a dramatic display. Scale the floating frame according to the printed height and width. For example, a larger print in an oversized floating frame creates a wide gap between the frame and the image and looks amazing. A large part of wall color is seen in this design, keeping the room neutral, especially for colorful and detailed botanical prints where you want to see every detail. Floating frames also look attractive resting on a wall-mounted shelf.
Improve the look of a nursery wall or child’s bedroom with framed botanical prints. Mounted vertically or horizontally over a child’s bookcase or cot. You must create vertical frames a visual presence for the room. And an ideal space for framing the child’s first photograph, drawing or child’s first footstep. A lot of children’s art is irregular in size and shape, so a floating frame handles uneven shapes to visually show the child’s art. For a coherent design, use the same color frame for all artworks. For a neutral design and allowing more colorful prints to stand out. You can use all white frames. Echo existing colors in pillows and curtains for frame colors.