Greens For Your Wall

July 4, 2012 0

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There are many pros and cons about living in a rooftop apartment. One con that I am facing on a daily basis at the moment – the boiling heat up here. A real challenge for myself and for my little plants. Now what to do if you live in a space that is either too small or too hot for plants or if you just don’t have a green thumb? The answer is easy: put the greens on your wall!


Some of my interior designer friends analyzed my style and aesthetics quite well in my yesterday’s Pinterest post. Someone said that I like a vintage touch. Correct! And I certainly love these vintage botanical prints to decorate my home. My favorite here? The fig print. I love the fruit. I love the print. What about you? Do you add vintage elements to your interiors?

Photography: Room with prints via Remodelista; Pomegranate print via Etsy; Fig print via Etsy; Berries print via Etsy; Yellow horned poppy print via Vintage Printables; Dog rose chart via The Evolution Store; Seaweeds chart via Etsy.      
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  • Reply lushnluxe July 5, 2012 at 12:24 am

    Hahah I’m pretty sure I must have some of these lying around somewhere.

  • Reply Tim July 5, 2012 at 3:29 am

    Love these vintage botanical print! And what a fun way to bring “green” inside the house. I don’t exactly have a green thumb when it comes up keeping house plant alive, so this may just be my solution :)

    Thanks for sharing Igor!

  • Reply Nordic leaves July 5, 2012 at 4:56 am

    The prints are nice.
    I think vintage is great, but I`m not good to find nice vintage stuff at all. Practice makes perfect, maybe?

  • Reply mona July 5, 2012 at 5:32 am

    Oh ja, die Dachwohnungen. Urgemütlich durch die Schrägen, aber derzeit wünscht man sich manchmal eine Souterrain-Wohnung… Die Prints gefallen mir übrigens sehr gut und ja, immer her mit den Vintage-Sachen für die Wohnung!

  • Reply Anonymous July 5, 2012 at 6:03 am

    I love the vintage world, think it’s fabulous mixing it in with a modern style too. Love these prints, I came across some old science anatonomy posters of a bee and a frog, love them. Thanks for the inspiration have a great day X
    The nostalgia exchange X

  • Reply tina July 5, 2012 at 7:28 am

    I once had a client who facsimile produced prints like these and sold them. They remind me too much of hotel art etc.

    As someone who lives in a rooftop apartment, heat is a factor (have roof terrace so easier:) but my problem is I don’t have much wall space. Quelle dommage!!!! Happy Thursday my friend:)When are you coming to London???

  • Reply holly@hvhinteriors July 5, 2012 at 9:16 am

    Great post Igor! I like how you are thinking outside the box :) I am certainly not very gifted in the plant department, so this could be a creative solution. The prints are lovely, just not exactly to my taste. But the idea is great!

    Hope you are managing the heat Xx.

  • Reply studio13 July 5, 2012 at 10:39 am

    I love botanoical prints, they bring that special touch to the space. Bit vintage and bit romantic, that is how i see it.
    Where can I see your Pinterest post??? I´am curious Igor.
    When decorateing I love combination of modern and vintage. But I have problem with our house, do you know that feeling…I´am looking that living room every day and feel stucked, have no idea how to organise and decorate it.
    These posters are great. My favorite is wild rose on black background.

    • Reply Igor Josifovic July 5, 2012 at 10:52 am

      Thanks for your response!! I am referring to my blogpost yesterday, just scroll down and you’ll see my ‘5 Happy Inspirations’ post with my latest pins.

  • Reply Susan July 5, 2012 at 7:02 pm

    I’m such a sucker for vintage botanicals!

  • Reply Shop Sweet Things with Jeanne July 5, 2012 at 11:58 pm

    I’ve been totally in love with botanical arts too! My space/style is pretty contemporary and modern but I do like to add a bit of vintage here and there. I’m also horrible at maintaining plants so your “greens on the all” is so right up my alley!

  • Reply agnes szucs July 8, 2012 at 8:48 am

    i’m somehow in love with botanical prints… even tho i don’t have any.
    i wouldn’t say i decorate my home in any way but now and then i go to vintage shops and sometimes i get home with a few nostalgic porcelain birds, vases or candleholders… :)

    in the first pic i do love the cabinet, too!

    agnes / iiiinspired

  • Reply Lisa July 17, 2012 at 11:09 pm

    LOVE botanic prints… Great post Igor!

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