Nature art in all its forms – landscape paintings, dried flowers, prints of bouquets – is my jam.
It’s soothing to me.
Plus, it’s a bug-free way of bringing nature inside my home.
Love nature. Not too fond of the bugs.
I’ve been collecting nature art for a while now.
My love for nature art and landscape paintings started when my aunt painted a scene of my child running along a trail.
There’s nothing like a tug on the heartstrings to get you started down the path of an art collection.
Now, when I spot nature art at the thrift store, it often comes home with me.
Believe it or not, I’ve probably spent less than $100 total on nature art for this gallery wall I’ve hung in our living room.
I’m willing to wait for deals!
I’m also willing to fix up frames that aren’t in the best shape.
This gallery wall area used to be THE problem wall in my living room.
We all have those, don’t we?
The walls that are difficult to decorate for whatever reason.
Once I embraced grouping my ragtag collection of nature art together in all its mismatched perfection, this problem wall became less of a problem.
It might be my favorite wall in our home right now.
I smile every time I glance at it.
Do you have a problem wall in your house that you finally figured out? Do you love nature art as much as I do? How about bugs? I’d love to know.
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