Vintage Spring Flower Art
We have been having so much fun looking through vintage flower art images.
We’ve been working on some new decor ideas and wound up finding so much beautiful vintage art that we didn’t even know where to start.
So, since it’s spring, we decided to share a spring floral collection for you. Eventually I think we’re going to have quite a collection of vintage art, but today’s focus is going be vintage flowers!
You can easily print these onto a large poster size paper to use them for a statement piece of art, or check out some of the gallery wall inspiration that we included after the art.
You can upload your art to a local office supply store and have them printed for you. I think you’d be surprised about how affordable this can be.
If you are tech savvy enough to print a multiple page piece of art here is a great tutorial for doing that.
If you want to use these for cards or regular paper size prints then just print them directly. You can resize them to card sizes easily in your printer’s setup.
And as a bonus, we added in a little inspiration after the images for you. In case you’re not sure what to do with all those beautiful prints!
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Vintage Flower Prints
Below we include the links to the images so that you can download them directly from the source. We got all of these from the New York Public Library’s Digital Collection.
These images are available in different formats and sizes so be sure to check that out before you download. And note that we picked the images that we loved but there are a ton more to choose from. There are literally thousands of images available.
How to Use Vintage Flower Prints
There are so many ways to use your vintage art. We are working on some projects but we’ve included some gallery wall inspiration for you.
This is a beautiful way to display your vintage floral art without making a huge commitment. Just hang it directly on the wall and enjoy. You can use some washi tape if you want to add some pattern or color to your display. I love the way it makes this space feel dressed up and casual at the same time.
This is a great idea to hang your vintage art using some dowel rods, kraft paper and string. I love the way these look all lined up. You can click on the photo to take you to the step by step tutorial and a fabulous blog.
How many ways can you use a vintage window? There are just so many. They are great for rustic and farmhouse decor and even the ones with no glass left in them can make a fantastic frame for your art. Bonus if you add something to the middle like the clock shown above!
This is a great example of using different sizes of art. There’s art hanging and there’s art leaning. I hope someone out there has enough floor space to actually do this because I sure don’t. But I can still admire it!
This is your traditional grid wall gallery. Use the same frame color and same sizes of art and you’ve got a large format art display. This is a timeless look and fits into any kind of decor.
What will you do with your images? Do you already have a gallery wall in your home? I think we’ll do a seasonal wall and these will be our spring and then we’ll change it up for the next season. We should have some great photo’s to share soon. Be sure to tag us on social media or comment below so we can see what you did with your vintage flower prints.