Botany Course

by Jennie Nunn

From eco-friendly wallpaper to ceramic stools, pretty floral- and plant-inspired motifs bring nature indoors.

Floral Delivery

Floral artist Nina Booth, founder of Right Side Hand Creations in Sacramento, California, handcrafted the Little Glimpse Terrarium with sustainable flowers sourced from Northern California and Oregon. 

Natural Remedy

Relax and de-stress with the Moon Bath Waning Botanical Bath Tea with organic herbs including helichrysum, peppermint, rosemary, neem, red clover, mugwort and heather. 

Desert Landscape

Inspired by vintage cacti and succulents, the Cacti & Succulents Pouch is made from 100 percent natural cotton. 

Garden Party

Florida-based artist and illustrator Maggie Stephenson teamed up with Anthropologie to design the Botanical Blooms Ceramic Stool crafted from hand-glazed earthenware. It’s designed for use indoors. 

Floral Art

Add a pop of color and texture to the walls with the Dried Botanical Art featuring pressed botanicals on cotton-linen. 

Vintage Romance

Rhode Island–based designer Jonathan French, cofounder of Mayflower Wallpaper, along with his wife, Stephanie, designed the Morrissey Flower Raspberry wallpaper with eco-friendly paper. 

Plant Life

Brooklyn-based decoupage artist John Derian designed the 10-inch-by- 16-inch N. 685 Catchflies tray with collaged paper under handblown glass.

Get Outside

Bring the outdoors in with John Derian’s vintage decoupage Cup Lily Plate made with handblown glass. Use it on the dinner table as a dessert plate or place it on the dresser for baubles and keys. 

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