Vintage Inspired Botanical Prints

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I LOVE ETSY. Seriously, it’s become one of my absolute favorite places to shop, especially for vintage and farmhouse style decor. I was actually getting my hair done the other day and I went on a whole rant to my sweet hairdresser about why Etsy is so great and why she should be shopping there. I’m sure she was annoyed with my rambling, but it’s the truth. Etsy is the best. And I’ve recently been browsing there a lot lately because I’m on the hunt for vintage inspired botanical prints for summer. Don’t you just love those? Anytime I see them in magazines or on Pinterst I’m always drooling because they’re just so darn pretty. And did you ever notice how many times JoJo used framed botanical prints in her designs on Fixer Upper? They were EVERYWHERE. She incorporated them so beautifully and it definitely inspired me. I think they make great decor all year round, but especially for summer. So for Friday Favorites today I thought it would be fun to share a roundup of what I found on Etsy this week in case any of you might want to snag a few botanicals prints for summer too. (One of them is actually from Amazon!) They are all super affordable and absolutely gorgeous. They’d be great framed over your mantel, in your dining room, or even in the living room. Or just about anywhere your little heart desires. Now before I share the ones I found, here’s a few quick examples of how you can use botanical prints in your home:

Vintage inspired botanical prints
Source: Fixer Upper

 

Vintage inspired botanical prints
Source: Fixer Upper

 

Vintage inspired botanical prints
Source: Pinterest

Vintage inspired botanical prints

 

All righty, now let’s hop into all the purdy prints that I found. I discovered a bunch of great options–some are reproductions, but some are also originals too. I especially love this antique wild flower set from the early 19o0’s.

Vintage Inspired Botanical Prints. Farmhouse style botanical prints!

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I hope this helps if you’ve been on the hunt of some botanical prints for your home. Or even if you haven’t, maybe this inspired you to give them a try! I think all of these are so beautiful and they make for really affordable summer decor. Thanks soooooo much for swinging by today. I truly appreciate each and every one of you. I hope you have the best weekend ever and I’ll see you right back here early Monday morning. Bring your coffee. xo

And if you’re looking for other great Etsy finds, be sure to check out these posts as well!

10 Awesome Vintage Finds from Etsy

Farmhouse Spring Decor from Etsy

The Best Farmhouse Style Signs on Etsy

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6 Comments

  1. Glenda wrote:

    I love the lemons! Thanks!
    Check out my daughters etsy shop, I think you would like it!
    Hookandhoop.etsy.com

    Glenda

    Posted 6.22.18 Reply
  2. Ann in TN wrote:

    It’s also possible to find a botanical book, on sale/clearance, at the book store (Books a Million, etc) that you can just cut the pictures from and a frame.

    Posted 6.22.18 Reply
  3. Ann in TN wrote:

    You can sometimes find botanical books on sale/clearance at the book store (Books a Million, etc) and can cut the pictures out of the books and frame them.

    Posted 6.22.18 Reply
  4. April wrote:

    The latest Magnolia Journal had a great tutorial for making your own prints! I can’t wait to try them! Sometimes Etsy can be a little hard on my wallet, but those Amazon prints are great and also very affordable! Thanks for sharing all your finds!

    Posted 6.22.18 Reply
  5. I have two spots in the house that i need a print of something but just could’nt figure out what . One spot is in the bathroom, and the other in the kitchen. Well i think I’ve got it. I do have one other, one in the kitchen on a shelf above my stove. was’nt sure at first but a few days and every time i look at it i smile. That one i got from the dollar store. Guess i have to go shopping. Thanks Sarah i just love how you write and share with us. xoxoxo

    Posted 6.22.18 Reply
  6. Mary wrote:

    Hello🌻
    4th picture down, where can I find that?
    Would you happen to know what that small plant is to the left of the bottles?
    Ty in advance
    Bless us all 💚

    Posted 7.2.18 Reply

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