You don’t need a green thumb to decorate with botanical style. Furnishings and fabrics the color of leaves and soil are available to grace every room in your home, while gifts featuring flora and fauna abound for the wistful gardener longing to bring the outside in.

eastern influences
Japanese bamboo dishes, Sabre French flatware and vine-print cotton dinner napkins at Belladonna; etched pottery vase at Little Miss Muffin; etched crystal water glass and bowl at Belladonna.




Nice to the Touch
Vintage Italian velvet trim at Perch; Hable Construction linen fig leaf pillow at Bellanoche; Abyss Egyptian cotton bath towel at Bellanoche; vine-print cotton dinner napkins at Belladonna; and Hable Construction bead pillow at Bellanoche.



Botanical Beauties
Clockwise from top left: Twig nest at Perch; Repousse sterling compote by S. Kirk and Son, c. 1880, at As You Like It Silver Shop; framed botanical prints at Agora Galleries; rare Iris pattern sterling Art Nouveau flatware by Durgin, c. 1900, at As You Like It Silver Shop; botanical luncheon plate at Belladonna; vases book at Marsh Garden Décor; botanical luncheon plate at Belladonna; and Garden Repousse sterling flask by Dominick & Haff, c. 1890. Ravishing rustic
Clockwise from left: Small terracotta piecrust pots at Marsh Garden Décor, faux mushroom container spike at Garden Trellis; etched glass landscape vase at Hazelnut; Chrysanthemum sterling silver goblet with a 24-kt. gold wash on the inside by Galmer Silversmiths, As You Like It Silver Shop; faux bois lichen shelf at Marsh Garden Décor; and stacked agate condiment set at Pied Nu.

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