|Street Scene Botanicals Spring 2012|
It's hard not to get excited for spring with the beautiful weather today. Many of you will fondly remember our beautiful botanical room we set up for Spring last year. This was one of our all-time favorite spaces, and this trend is still very popular for the upcoming spring season as well. I am loving simple all-white spaces mixed with rustic botanical prints, pale olive and green shades, and distressed woods. Botanicals this season are about more subdued, deeper colors that create a more grown-up and traditional feel. Mix your multi-colored botanicals with more simple, neutral, and rustic pieces. Check out the inspirations below to help you get a jump start on your spring decor.
The wooden farm table looks amazing with a collection of antique botanicals in old frames on a simple white wall.
We love Terrariums! These look amazing on a bed of rocks in front of some distressed white frames and a beat-up white wood plank wall.
The PERFECT botanical pants! So many great outfit possibilities for these!
The perfect collection of botanical prints- even little postcards and pages of books look great pinned up on the wall!
The wallpaper is so simple and makes this space feel SO fresh and clean! I also love the different colored dining chairs and deep ocean green rug!
|A modern twist on botanicals with clean, white furniture and a collection of flower-shaped rugs! via House to Home|
|The most beautiful print and colors, and most flattering cut! via TopShop|
The perfect botanical print wallpaper mixed with traditional touches (catch out the glimpse of printed navy curtains to the left- a great example of mixing large prints!)
A gorgeous space mixing a deep turquoise with traditional, stately furniture.
|The perfect collaboration of dark woods, clear glass, neutral walls and floors, and bright botanicals. via Pure Style Home|
A perfect little collection of plants below a sweet botanical print.
Gorgeous botanical prints with pops of kelly green and plenty of neutral fabrics!
The perfect rug for an all-white botanical room with touches of olive!