A single, oversize botanical in kelly green and lemon yellow adds cheerful panache to this pretty sitting area. It takes up the same amount of wall space that a grouping of framed pieces would, yet feels very fresh.
This painterly print offers a gentle touch of color on the walls of a serene space. Keeping it unframed lends a casual edge.
Botanicals don't have to come in the form of prints. In this kitchen, a series of oblong plates hung on the wall bears the likenesses of different plants and flowers.
Small art gains strength in numbers. Postcard-size leaf prints make a strong visual impact when they're massed over a sideboard.
Traditional botanical prints are finely detailed and as true to life as possible. This grouping takes the opposite tack: Stylized sketches offer a dreamier touch of horticultural flavor.
Sometimes a delicate piece has enough presence to stand on its own. This botanical work adds just a whisper of botanical detail to a dining room.