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The National Stationery Show: House Plants

by Emma Tuccillo

When living in the city, it can sometimes be hard to find enough nature in your life. Being cooped up in a studio apartment doesn’t allow for much space for houseplants, making it difficult to fill that wildlife void. If you are craving a bit of unruly nature in your space, these six designs from the National Stationery Show are perfect for you. From Screech Owl Design’s  plant motif wallpaper card, to Banquet’s houseplants print, to Our Heiday’s beautiful illustration of a fiddle leaf fig tree, these designs are great for the nature-deprived or the habitual plant-killer. Best thing is, they require no pruning or watering. X, Emma

Photography by Emma Tuccillo

Our Heiday
1/6
This beautiful print by Our Heiday is perfect if you don't have the light or time to care for a fiddle leaf fig tree.
Screech Owl Design
2/6
This card by Screech Owl Design was one of my favorites from the show. I can see myself using it as inspiration for a future home.
The Seapink
3/6
The Seapink creates the happiest and brightest screen printed cards. To give any of these to a friend would certainly be akin to a giant bouquet of flowers.
Hello Lucky
4/6
Hello Lucky had a beautiful and fun display at the National Stationery Show. This cactus card stuck out with its bright greens and pinks.
Hartland
5/6
I love this different take on a holiday card by Hartland. Their textured paper and sweet illustrations set themselves apart at the show.
Banquet
6/6
Banquet, a Vancouver-based design studio, celebrates natural motifs in their designs. I absolutely love this silhouetted print of common houseplants.

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Comments

  • Such gorgeous designs! I love them all and I can see that if you live in the city, you’d want to see greenery. I would highly recommend these prints to anyone who loves plants and flowers!

    Thanks for sharing, Emma Jayne x

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