You guys, the school germs have already hit our household. Yep. We’re only one week in and both of my older kiddos are down with high fevers and body aches. Crazy, right? That’s gotta be some kind of record. Now to be fair I’m not positive they got sick from school, but I’d say there’s a pretty darn good chance of it. Oy! I hate seeing them sick, especially this soon into the school year. But I guess that’s how it goes, right? Anyway, I wanted to pop in to share the new botanical art on the stairs I just hung up. I’ve actually had these a couple weeks now, but I finally got around to putting them up a few days ago. And I found the coolest old vintage door to hang them on. I love how it all went together, so I’m excited to share it with you today!!
Botanical Art on the Stairs
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Isn’t that vintage door awesome?! It’s actually a lot more narrow than the other old doors I have, so it’s the perfect fit for this spot. We just screwed it into studs in the wall so it was nice and secure. And if you’ve been around for a while you probably know that I’m a big fan of botanical prints. I have some hanging in our reading nook and by our fireplace in the front room. This is my third set of botanical prints! I just can’t stop. But I love these because they’re printed on black paper, which is kinda hard to find.
The other thing I love about these prints is they came already framed. I ordered these from Walmart (they have tons of awesome vintage inspired artwork by the way and most of it has two day shipping–see more here) and I was able to choose the frame color too. I love the black, but there was also a white and pecan option. It also comes with a plexiglass over the top, but I took that out so they would have more of a matte look. They even come without a frame for only ten bucks!
It was kind of tricky figuring out where I should hang these prints, but I love them here on the staircase. The simplicity of this spot, with the old white door and that little faux fiddle tree, makes me happy. This is typically an overlooked corner of our home, but I feel like it really pops now and it’s such a sweet little spot.
Thanks so much for dropping by the blog today–I always appreciate when you spend part of your day here with me. I’d love to hear what you think of my old door and botanicals prints!
More botanical prints I love–most of these are under $20: