This botanical print gallery wall is one of my most pinned and viewed projects…so thank you all!! It’s the one thing I haven’t changed in my home since I put them up…which says alot since I think I’ve changed up just about everything else!!
How To Make A Botanical Gallery Wall
Have you seen how much botanical prints are selling for in the stores or online? I loved the look but wanted to find a way to do them on my own for less.
I scoured Pinterest and Google and finally found a free source that you could download the images from here (you need to scroll down through the left column for a bit until you come to the plates).
I printed my pictures off of my home printer using a cream-colored card stock because I wanted them to look like they had been pages from an old book. You could also upload the images and have them printed out as photographs for a more polished look depending on your decor.
I found these beautiful frames at the Christmas Tree Shops, I loved the look of the linen matte. The frame has an 8×10 opening and I printed the images on 8 1/2 x 11 standard paper so the edges of the print needed to be trimmed down a bit.
Hanging The Frames
Honestly, the hardest part of this project is hanging the frames!! You really need a laser level to make sure everything in your botanical gallery wall square is even.
I figured out the center of the wall first and how high I wanted the top row to hang. Marked the spot with a pencil and then put in the nail and hung the print.
After that, it was easier to determine how far apart I wanted the frames to be from one another.
The botanical prints add such a pretty touch to the dining area in my kitchen.
I really love how this wall came out! It’s a focal point when you come in through my kitchen door.
Here’s a few images of how the botanical gallery wall has stayed the same as I’ve changed the dining area.
Here are 19 botanicals for you to download to start your own botanical gallery wall!
or you can simply save these images to your camera roll or pinterest or right click and save your computer!
I hope you print some of my botanicals and use them in your own home!