How To Perfect The Botanical Trend

How long does it take for a trend to become a design style? Believe me, botanical interiors are here to stay!

You will have noticed the botanical trend burst onto the scene last year. If not, where have you been? The botanical trend is very versatile, it can be applied and adapted to suit any interior style. I focus on contemporary interiors, so I’ll be giving you my top tips on how to create an awesome, modern botanical look.

Greenery- Colour of the year:

Pantone’s colour of the year may the reason that botanical interiors are still going strong. Greenery is a fresh and zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring when nature’s greens revive, restore and renew. Illustrative of flourishing foliage and the lushness of the great outdoors, the fortifying attributes of Greenery signals consumers to take a deep breath, oxygenate and reinvigorate.

Pantone's colour of the year may the reason that botanical interiors are still going strong. Greenery is a fresh and zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring when nature’s greens revive, restore and renew. Illustrative of flourishing foliage and the lushness of the great outdoors, the fortifying attributes of Greenery signals consumers to take a deep breath, oxygenate and reinvigorate.
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Pantone has collaborated with Airbnb to fill a London home with planting and projects that match its 2017 colour of the year.

The home features a dining room greenhouse, a bedroom with mown lawn flooring and a bathroom filled with tropical plants all. This hotel truly proves that greenery and the botanical trend fit hand in hand. Take a look below:

Pantone has collaborated with Airbnb to fill a London home with planting and projects that match its 2017 colour of the year.  The home features a dining room greenhouse, a bedroom with mown lawn flooring and a bathroom filled with tropical plants all. This hotel truly proves that greenery and the botanical trend fit hand in hand. Take a look below:
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This is just a woodland right? Wrong! It’s actually the entrance hall!

Pantone has collaborated with Airbnb to fill a London home with planting and projects that match its 2017 colour of the year.  The home features a dining room greenhouse, a bedroom with mown lawn flooring and a bathroom filled with tropical plants all. This hotel truly proves that greenery and the botanical trend fit hand in hand. Take a look below:
(Credit: Dezeen)
Pantone has collaborated with Airbnb to fill a London home with planting and projects that match its 2017 colour of the year.  The home features a dining room greenhouse, a bedroom with mown lawn flooring and a bathroom filled with tropical plants all. This hotel truly proves that greenery and the botanical trend fit hand in hand. Take a look below:
(Credit: Dezeen)
Pantone has collaborated with Airbnb to fill a London home with planting and projects that match its 2017 colour of the year.  The home features a dining room greenhouse, a bedroom with mown lawn flooring and a bathroom filled with tropical plants all. This hotel truly proves that greenery and the botanical trend fit hand in hand. Take a look below:
(Credit: Dezeen)
Pantone has collaborated with Airbnb to fill a London home with planting and projects that match its 2017 colour of the year.  The home features a dining room greenhouse, a bedroom with mown lawn flooring and a bathroom filled with tropical plants all. This hotel truly proves that greenery and the botanical trend fit hand in hand. Take a look below:
(Credit: Dezeen)

Amazing, isn’t it? It’s hard to believe all that is inside a London home. I really want to stay there now!

Interior Inspiration:

There’s plenty of botanical interior inspiration on pinterest too.

The room below features an eclectic mix of botanical features, including palm leaf prints, pot plants and wall planters. Don’t be afraid to use a range of different plants to give more depth. The bold prints add to the effect and make the scheme feel a lot more modern. The scandi style relies on natural materials, so plants fit right in.

How long does it take for a trend to stop being a trend? Believe me, botanical interiors are here to stay! You will have noticed the botanical trend burst onto the scene last year. If not, where have you been? The botanical trend is very versatile, it can be applied and adapted to suit any interior style. I focus on contemporary interiors, so I'll be giving you my top tips on how to create an awesome, modern botanical look.
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The next interior is definitely daring! The dark blue walls contrasts the natural greenery nicely, putting the focus on the plants. Experiment with pattern and textures to create a more layered scheme. If you stick to a fairly small colour palette, you are able to use more patterns as they will all tone toghether.

It would take someone very brave to live in a room like this!

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For a very contemporary take on the trend, pair plants with harsh black furniture and pops of metallic. To pull this off, it is easier to use white walls as a blank canvas. The linear black shapes will create a contrast against the organic shapes of the plants. The pop of brass adds interest.

How long does it take for a trend to stop being a trend? Believe me, botanical interiors are here to stay! You will have noticed the botanical trend burst onto the scene last year. If not, where have you been? The botanical trend is very versatile, it can be applied and adapted to suit any interior style. I focus on contemporary interiors, so I'll be giving you my top tips on how to create an awesome, modern botanical look.
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You can even create a botanical feel without using plants (I know it sounds weird!) Try using a botanical print wallpaper to breathe life into the space.

Botanical 5
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I took to Roomstyler to create a quick botanical inspired visualisation:

How long does it take for a trend to stop being a trend? Believe me, botanical interiors are here to stay!  You will have noticed the botanical trend burst onto the scene last year. If not, where have you been? The botanical trend is very versatile, it can be applied and adapted to suit any interior style. I focus on contemporary interiors, so I'll be giving you my top tips on how to create an awesome, modern botanical look.
(Credit: My visualisation)

Botanical Cheat Sheets:

Looking for plants that are easy to maintain? Not got a lot of natural light? Don’t worry, these cheat sheets are here to help!

Looking for plants that are easy to maintain? Not got a lot of natural light? Don't worry, these cheat sheets are here to help! 
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Looking for plants that are easy to maintain? Not got a lot of natural light? Don't worry, these cheat sheets are here to help! 
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Botanical products:

There are so many botanical inspired products about at the moment. From botanical bedding to contemporary terrariums and planters. Here is a product board with my top picks:

How long does it take for a trend to stop being a trend? Believe me, botanical interiors are here to stay!  You will have noticed the botanical trend burst onto the scene last year. If not, where have you been? The botanical trend is very versatile, it can be applied and adapted to suit any interior style. I focus on contemporary interiors, so I'll be giving you my top tips on how to create an awesome, modern botanical look.

  1. Monstera Leaf Art Print– Not on the hight street – £20

  2. Half Moon planter – Urban Outfitters – £12

  3. Tropical Fronds Botanical Cushion – Not on the high street – £40

  4. Cactus vases – LaRedoute – £65
  5. Cactus flower poster – Desenio – £11.95

  6. Whimsical hanging planter – Urban Outfitters – £30
  7. Tropical Palm print Duvet – Society6 – £62
  8. Hexagon Mini Planter – Not on the high street – £13.50

 Before you go…

Looking for more inspiration, check out my Botanical Trend board on Pinterest!

Let me know if you give this a go. Hope you enjoyed this post too.

I have been nominated for Best Design Inspiration Blog in the Amara Blog Awards this year! I’d really appreciate your votes. If you’d like to show your support, please use the following link: https://www.interiorblogawards.com/best-design-inspiration-blog-2019/eve-morgan-interiors/

Eve x



22 Comments Add yours

  1. outofteabags says:

    This is my dream house! Something about the greens just makes it feel really fresh but not cold like blue sometimes does Em x

    1. Eve Morgan says:

      I find green very relaxing too. I’d love to do something like this when I get my own place x

  2. chelsea9872 says:

    This is GORGEOUS decor! I love it. When I have my own place, I definitely want to incorporate this look!

    1. Eve Morgan says:

      Thanks! Me too, it’s so beautiful and has a relaxing feel to it x

  3. Absolutely loving the photos! Great post.

    Anika xo | anikamay.co.uk

    1. Eve Morgan says:

      Thank you very much!

  4. Brandon says:

    This is so cool! Great post!

  5. Becca Michelle says:

    I love this aesthetic so much and I think it’s such a fun trend ! I have yet to purchase anything with these color but now after reading I just have too.

    1. Eve Morgan says:

      It’s very quirky. There are a lot of ways of doing it too. I feel the same haha x

  6. Absolutely in love with this post! It’s similar to how I want to design my next place and very helpful with the tips. Thank you for this!❤

    1. Eve Morgan says:

      Thank you! I love the airbnb house so much. I think living in a house like that would be so refreshing.

  7. I love the home decoration with fine furniture in above picks. For make our home attractive we need both, the best furniture and the best way to decorate home with that furniture. I love this information with great tips of home decoration.

    1. Eve Morgan says:

      Thank you, I’m glad you find this post useful!

  8. Wow, I’m loving all the greenery and useful tips! I actually recently killed my cactus… I mean that pretty much speaks for itself, so I think I might take a break from plants for a while.

    1. Eve Morgan says:

      Thanks. I know what you mean, I’m pretty good at killing plants haha x

  9. ohmummymia says:

    I love it! so nice tips and that kind of home decoration is beautiful

    1. Eve Morgan says:

      Thank you! I’m glad you enjoyed reading it x

  10. Lovely post..I love the ideas you pointed here..

    1. Eve Morgan says:

      Thank you. I hope it inspired you!

  11. Liza says:

    Love the post…great photos too!

  12. milkymays says:

    I love the botanical style, that is so trendy right now! Planning to get more plants, so it is very useful to see these charts with needed care:)) I am terrible with keeping them alive.

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