Decorating tips and tricks: decorating with botanical prints- a Pinterest roundup

Botanical prints have long been a decorating staple, but due to the popularity of Joanna Gaines and HGTV’s Fixer Upper, their popularity has skyrocketed.

Botanical prints are a classic and simple way to decorate an empty wall, and you can use them in almost every room. We have a grouping of botanical prints in our dining room:

Here is a roundup of some of my favorite botanical wall decor from Pinterest.

This entry way from Bless’r House is simple, airy and beautiful. The simplicity of the botanical gallery wall only adds to the cozy and inviting feeling this room gives.

This French country inspired room at Hadley Court looks timeless and traditional without looking dated or stuffy.

How about this bathroom with these foliage prints on DecorPad? I like how they add just a subtle pop of color to this neutral bathroom.

This rustic farmhouse bedroom is plenty charming, but even more so due to the sweet botanical gallery above the bed.

Botanical galleries can be used in any room of your home, and they are readily available all over Pinterest for free! Just search “free botanical prints” and you can find whatever you need.

Where will you display your botanical prints?

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Gallery walls made simple

Gallery walls made simple

We have tons of gallery walls in our house. I keep thinking how I should change it up and hang something else on the walls, but I just can’t. I really love symmetrical, gridded gallery walls. If that’s your jam, then stay tuned for some Tricks and tips for hanging a stylish and eye catching gallery wall.

1. Plan your space

Whether you measure your space and draw it out, or simply practice arranging your frames in the floor, you probably want to plan your gallery before you hang your frames. I like to lay all my frames out in the floor and space them out before I start hanging them. This gives me a visual and I can move around my frames without damaging the walls.

2. Use a level and a tape measure

There’s nothing worse than hanging a picture crookedly or messing up your gallery wall spacing. We are sticklers for making sure our pictures are hanging straight so levels are the stuff in this house. Did you know you can always use your level to space your gallery wall objects as well.

3. Make your gallery wall more interesting by varying your heights

Use a lot of different objects to make your gallery wall super interesting. The varying heights keep your eye moving and it makes your space seem larger.

4. Use Command Strips

Command strips are the best product EVER. I love them because I can just peel off the paper, stick the picture where I want it and then I simply press the objects Against the wall. It only takes a minute to create a gorgeous gallery wall.