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Botanical art prints

Botanical art prints to update your home for the new year

Give your walls a 2022 refresh with one of these eye-catching and colourful botanical art prints.

With 2022 on the horizon, now is the time to find new botanical art prints to update your walls and bring a fresh energy into your home ahead of the new year. A beautiful botanical print is an easy way to give your home, and your mood, a much-needed lift in January.

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Botanical art prints make great Christmas gifts for friends and family too. If they’ve recently moved into a new home or finished a DIY project, a new piece of artwork could be that thoughtful, finishing touch they’ve been looking for.

In the selection below, we’ve included bright fruit and vegetable prints, perfect for the kitchen. Bold floral artwork for the living room and bedroom. Plus a handful of vintage botanical prints suited to the conservatory or potting shed.

Browse our curated list of botanical art prints and enjoy updating your home ready for the new year.

Our pick of the best botanical art prints

Set of 4 Botanical Fern Prints

4 botanical art prints

If you describe yourself as a houseplant parent, or simply enjoy the verdancy of an evergreen, you’ll love this set of fern prints. The soft vintage style has a timeless appeal and would add an organic feel to any room in the house. There’s brilliant detail in the artwork and the greenness of each fern really pops off the wall.

Wildflower Meadow

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Joyful and full of colour, this limited edition Giclée print is part of a series of pastel drawings by Lucy Mahon. Taking inspiration from childhood nostalgia, the appreciation of nature and the simple things in life, the series captures ‘some of the things we hold dearest.’ Hang it pride of place and enjoy daydreaming into the brilliant maze of wildflowers.

Bees and Honey

bees and honey

For the wildlife gardener, choose this Bees and Honey poster from Cavallini & Co. Beautifully illustrated with nectar rich plants and traditional hives, you could spend the time it takes to drink a cup of tea looking at all the lovely detail in this botanical print. It comes with a poster kit that’s easy to put together, so in not time at all, you can hang in its final spot on the wall.

Lemon Vintage Botanical Poster

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Arriving framed, this simple but effective vintage botanical print comes ready to hang on the wall. Lemons look great in a kitchen or dining room setting and although there are quite a few lemon prints available, we like the how this one is more paired back but can still bring a brightness to the room. A great Christmas gift for the friend who loves to cook.

Line Poppies Poster

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In slight contrast to some of the other prints in this list, this botanical line drawing is a simple but beautiful print to hang on the wall. If you’re searching for a last minute Christmas gift for a proud home owner or minimalist who has everything, this is it. Effortlessly cool but still mesmerising to look at.

Beetroot Tab X

beetroot

Based on a chromolithograph plate of beetroot varieties by Ernst Benary in 1876, this bright botanical print has been created in collaboration with the Royal Horticultural Society. If you’re buying for a gift for a gardener, it would look great in the potting shed. It comes framed in sustainably-sourced natural oak.

Daffodils in a Vase Print

Daffodils in vase print

After Christmas, we quickly begin looking forward to spring and the appearance of spring bulbs. This cheery print from Rosie Harbottle can give you that flutter of excitement a few weeks early. Created in her studio on the edge of Dartmoor, this Giclée print of her original oil pastel drawing would look lovely in any room in the house.

Feel Good

feel good

Abstract and bold, this floral print by Swedish born, London-based artist Petra Börner is full of vibrancy and colour. Ideal for banishing any winter blues. The contrasting blue and orange shades would brighten up any white wall, but could be equally as eye-catching on a dark-coloured paint. Made with ink and acrylic on paper, this print is an original and comes unframed.

Columbia Road

Columbia Road

Every Sunday, Columbia Road fills with the sight and smell of bucketfuls of flowers. Why not bring a slice of one of London’s most well-known markets home with this contemporary print? Rich in colour and printed on softly textured paper, this botanical art print would make a beautiful addition to any flat or first home.

William Morris

William Morris poster
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A list of botanical art prints wouldn’t be complete without an appearance from William Morris. The famous British textile designer has many prints to choose from, but we liked the citrus motifs within the tangle of leafy branches in this four fruits pattern. If you know a friend who loves mixing up a batch of marmalade, they might appreciate this gift for Christmas. Get them excited for the arrival of all those bitter Seville oranges in January.