A favorite design detail, noted recently: vintage botanical prints in kitchens, bedrooms, and hotel guest rooms. Framed alone or in groups, or taped simply to the wall, they add the subtle air of a greenhouse or naturalist’s dusty library of specimens. Here are 16 ideas:
Above: The owner of a Lisbon inn sourced bright botanical charts, originally from a German primary school, from a shop in Madrid and hung them as posters. See Steal This Look: A Portuguese Bedroom with Vintage Charm. Above: Spotted on Elsie Green: charmingly faded pressed botanicals. See Current Obsessions: The Summer Cottage Above: Another bedroom at Baixa House features framed, pressed flora. See Steal This Look: A Portuguese Bedroom with Vintage Charm. Above: A small botanical print, clipped above a work table, in the studio of a Lisbon ceramicist. See Artful Ceramics by Way of Lisbon. Above: Two small prints in wood frames, along with ochre table lamps, add the only color to a guest house at Portuguese hotel. See The Lisboans: Apartments in Portugal with Vintage Style, Breakfast Included. Photograph by Rodrigo Cardoso.