A new trend is trying to assert itself: botanical elements and floral patterns are currently conquering the interior design. From fancy wallpaper patterns over floral arrangements to climbing plants you can find even more natural elements in the interior. No matter how exactly they are presented – either abundantly or subtly and tastefully introduced, the botany brings a feeling of lightness and calm to all interiors, and perhaps especially to the nursery. Today we want to show you some of the best examples of the use of botanical elements in the interior. Consider whether they are also suitable for your children’s bedroom or play room or not!
1.Picture: K: This pressure on the wall in the nursery certainly arouses the desire to play with the little ones hiding place
Treehouse – Print by Scout Editions
This print in A5 format brings the magic of hide-and-seek into the nursery and emphasizes the romance of a tree house itself. This would look sweet in the midst of other deco objects (or green plants, as in the photo here), on a shelf or as a centerpiece on a neutral wall in a minimalist room with dark wood elements.
Monstera pine leaf by Lala Loves Décor
The Monstera Leaf is currently very popular because of its graphically interesting shape. It can be a successful eye-catcher in any room and can be combined very well with other printed products and textiles. Made of pine wood, the Monstera Leaf radiates its full beauty. This is an earthy element and works especially well in a neutral ambiance dominated by greyish brown to light gray hues. The Monstera leaf is mostly made of pine or beech wood, often made of cork or rattan.
Admirable Natural Beauty as a postcard from My Deer Art Shop
This is just one of three “botanical elements” maps in A5 or A3 format. This art print on the photo above reveals the charm of little things in nature. The beauty is all around us, we just have to discover and admire it. Any pressure can easily be fixed to the wall, with white washi tape for example. In addition to this vine, the artistic print looks just perfect.
Frame picture frame from the Danish design label Moebe made of oak
The “Frame” is the first product of the design label Moebe from Copenhagen, Denmark. The acrylic glass is provided with an oak frame, free from superfluous details. This product is a mini miracle and proves the magic of good design. Combine with dried pressed flowers and create your own artwork that decorates the space.
An art print in snow white by Trine Holbaek Designs
Danish artists of Trine Holbaek Designs are obviously strongly influenced by what they call “northern nature”. A perfect proof of their source of inspiration is this art print in snow white. He would fit perfectly in a minimalist interior. The pressure exudes northern tranquility and serenity. That would be a nice addition to a simply designed nursery, especially when combined with neutral linens and brass accents.
Cotton plant as art print and palm leaf as postcard from Danish design studio By Garmi
Danish design studio By Garmi has produced a series of art prints under the motto “botanical elements in the interior”. I love these two examples: the soft color of the cotton plant beside the prickly green of the printed palm frond postcard (it is only one of the eight such in the series of postcards “Flora”).
As an alternative to the white color scheme you can still see this pink pastel shade and the olive green on the palm leaf. So you have achieved the perfect visual balance in this photo.
And do not forget the children’s books!
The main purpose of a children’s book is of course to be read aloud. The children’s stories must please the little ones and develop their imagination. But well-chosen examples can also be used as wall art. You can pair beautiful pictures from the children’s books with some greenery and introduce this combination into your nursery design. Not only the little ones but adults admire these tree houses, fairytale castles in the air and a few botanical elements, each time you enter the nursery.