Whether your abode is an urban haven or a cabin in the woods, bringing a little nature into your indoor space is one of the best ways to add brightness and vitality to your decor. While we love the real deal, keeping houseplants alive isn't everyone's cup of tea, so it's no wonder there's been such a surge in the popularity of botanical-inspired design. This year alone searches for botanical prints are up 114% on Pinterest, while interest in framed plants is up a whopping 396%.
That's why we've rounded up some of our favorite botanical prints and handy frames for your DIY pressed flowers to make greening your space a snap.
This punchy print bridges the gap between classic and modern with a bold dose of color.
Show off the fruits of your flower-tending with a specimen frame, like this octagonal version.
This black and white photo print of fig leaves is built for understated elegance.
A closeup crop of an antique botanical illustration fits perfectly with a traditional design scheme.
$249, Pottery Barn
Skip the typical flowers and fruits for an edgier botanical detail.
These antiqued brass frames with their ornate hooks make a classic display for pressed flowers from your garden.
$40-$60 each, Anthropologie
Linear-leaning decorators will appreciate the orderly-yet-still-organic variety found in this collection of eucalyptus leaves.
Botanical doesn't have to mean classical - just look at this bold pop art version.
Forget natural flowers that wilt and die, these paper poppies will stay with you for the long haul.
$479, One Kings Lane
For the floral-averse, this navy print gives a botanical boost with a sleek feel.
Delicate preserved roses provide depth and texture to this set of shadowboxes.
Lush palms and bright birds of paradise make this print like hanging a vacation on your wall.
If you have a taste for the abstract, try this whimsical daisy print.
$249-$599, Pottery Barn
This vintage piece features samples of watercress and foraging notes for a playful take on the botanical trend.
$95, One Kings Lane
This funky blue print gives botanicals a graffiti-esque effect.
$151-$231, One Kings Lane
Industrial meets natural with this simple standing frame.
This linear black and white study provides a structural take on the traditional floral still life.
A macro portrait of a bright green leaf provides a botanical backdrop that goes with everything.
$49-$299, Urban Outfitters
These prints, inspired by Enlightenment-era botanical drawings, give a rustic feel with a neutral burlap mat.
Delicate whisps of blue would fit equally well in a country cottage or a sleek modern home.
For a less traditional botanical display, try a version featuring fungus.
$19-$399, Urban Outfitters
Try this closeup of blue agave, the plant used in tequila production, for an un-literal bar accent.
$127, West Elm
Bring a little nature indoors with this vintage-window-inspired frame that's perfect for showing off pressed flowers and dried leaves.
$60, World Market
Taken through an x-ray lens, this floral portrait gives you a literal inside look at the common tulip.
$599, Pottery Barn