Google the words ‘pandemic’ and ‘plant parenting’ and you will see a host of articles stating how we sought solace in growing greens when the world came to a standstill. But then again not all of us are blessed with a green thumb. While we may want to bring the outdoors inside our apartments and turn it into a mini junglow, we surely can’t bear to see our green babies withering away. So if being a plant parent is something you aren’t cut out for, here’s a little hack - bring home greens in the form of these botanical wall art. You can't kill these!
Not A Plant Parent? Bring Home Greens In The Form Of Botanical Wall Art
Nature Art Panels By Custde
Custde has marvelous self-adhesive art panels that will make for a perfect addition to your living space. I am particularly digging this autumn scene (set of 3) panels. Each time I look at it, my heart wanders into the cold woods, where the air smells sweet, dry leaves crunch beneath my feet and clouds appear when I breathe out.
Handpainted Florals On Wood By Floursha
Floursha is all about pretty hand-painted florals on wood. If you are dying to add some flora to your balcony and the thought of overwatering them is holding you back, this stunning garden wall plate will do the trick. Wild flowers in pastel hues will add colour and beauty to your balcony and won’t ask for much except a gentle wipe with a damp cloth every once in a while.
Cherry Blossom Embroidered Hoop By The Tassle Life
Close your eyes and imagine a gigantic cherry blossom tree in full bloom. Magnificent, ha? Now open it slowly and check out The Tassle Life’s embroidered cherry blossom hoop. Put it up on the wall closest to the spot where you settle in with a cup of chai everyday. Look at it and get transported to the streets of Japan in springtime.
Floral Metallic Wall Art By House Of Sajja
House of Sajja’s handcrafted floral wall art in metal is perfect for the space above your console table. Classy, minimalist and intricate, this is botanical art done in style. Complete the look of your living area console by placing a bunch of artificial flowers and scented candles.
Framed Bougainvillea Entryways By GoingDesi
I am low-key obsessed with pretty doors. Particularly a brightly-coloured front door with drooping vines of gorgeous bougainvillea. There’s something about that picture that makes you want to revel in its serenity. GoingDesi has something similar you can add to your bedroom walls. Imagine waking up to that view every day!
Peony Blush Wall Art By Stonewashed Studio
Peonies can be a tricky plant to maintain because it requires the perfect amount of moisture and sunlight. Overdo either and destruction follows. However, this peony blush wall art from Stonewashed Studio is pretty low maintenance and will add a pop of color, texture and floral aesthetic to your entryway.
Quirky Cactus Wall Art By Krita & Penna
Whoever said you can’t go quirky when it comes to botanical prints haven’t seen this cactus wall art by Krita & Penna. A framed print of cute, hand-drawn cactus doodles, that’s it. A little green decor in your WFH space is always a good idea. It’s colour and quirk will keep your spirits up.
Sparkling Cactus Art By Going Desi
Speaking of cactus wall art. This quirky artwork by Going Desi will add a pop of colour to a dull corner. We love the colours in this one. Plus if you aren't too fond of keeping a real cactus in your home (which anyway is hard to kill, just saying), this is a great way to adorn your space with their unusual textures and organic shapes (almost like a sculpture).
Coral Universe By Liactuallee
Liactuallee is a queer visual artist, who primarily works with mixed media. They are constantly rethinking relationships to ecologies through their art. Add a piece of the mighty underwater universe to your wall with this framed coral reef wall art in mixed media on paper.
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