Botanical prints are a growing trend right now in the farmhouse decor community, mostly due to the TV show Fixer Upper! We have all seen those gallery walls of botanical prints that Joanna Gaines has decorated with and have been dying to recreate the look!
What you may not know, is that there are TONS of great resources all over the internet where you can print them FOR FREE! When you do a quick search on Pinterest for “botanical prints”, you will find an overwhelming number to choose from.
Today, I wanted to share with you some olive branch botanical prints that I found, through the New York Public Library Digital Collections.
I created a gallery of four olive branch botanical prints that I found and cleaned-up in Photoshop. Aren’t they beautiful?! Olive branches are a pretty trendy faux greenery used in farmhouse decor, so I knew when I came across these that they were perfect! I love all of the fruit and floral botanical prints as well, but for my neutral living room, I really wanted something that would work all year round.
I’m so in love with these botanical prints I just had to share them with you, my readers! You can get them by clicking on the banner below!
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The gallery of prints seen here are 11″x14″ frames matted to 8″x10″. The gallery frames I used are from Michaels and included the white mattes. I bought all of the frames for about $25! I have absolutely loved the way they look in my living room, it makes it so much more homey and put-together having more things on the walls!
I hope you enjoy your beautiful olive prints!
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