Houzz features The Red Shutters bathroom design in the Houzz Editorial, “Botanical Bathrooms to Suit 9 Personality Types”
As we reach the pinnacle of the spring season, there is no better time of year to highlight the wonderful resurgence of botanical decor motifs sprouting all about—especially in the bath. These on-trend organic, botanical and floral designs create a lush, verdant statement, shining in shades of green and yellow, but also equally stunning in ocean blues and sandy tans—as evident in our Houzz feature!
There are several ways you can introduce the fresh green garden themes of botanicals into your own bathroom. Boxwood topiaries offer a classic look for surfaces and framed botanical prints for your walls. However, as the Houzz feature notes, nothing beats big, beautiful, bold botanical wallpapers. Whimsical and sophisticated, there is a botanical wall covering to satisfy all decor tastes and dreams!
Due to their size, bathrooms are the perfect contained spaces to experiment with styles, colors, and patterns—with even small accent pieces having the opportunity to shine and take center stage.
Here are a few Pro-tips to get you started:
Miniature boxwood topiaries are a perfect addition for spacious vanity countertops and bare windowsills. Going faux with your greenery? Opt for a preserved boxwood so the natural evergreen foliage preserved while freshly picked, looks and feels like living boxwood. Check our Pinterest Board Boxwood, Bust and Topiaries for more design inspiration.
When it comes to decorative botanical paintings, nothing is more classic than the iconic “Twelve Months of the Year in Flowers” by Robert Furber. More than 400 species of flowers are represented in his best known works along with the first plant and seed catalog ever published.