Easy Art collection for review purposes. With the 52 Week Salad Challenge still making a regular contribution to this blog, it was almost inevitable my selection would be the pictured Salad Greens by Alan Baker from the Guardian Wallchart collection.
I now have pictures of over 30 individual leaves to remind me we can eat salad every week of year whenever I sit down to eat the real thing.
Here's the finished product on our kitchen wall. As well as the print, I had a great time playing with the frame and mount options until I found a combination to my liking to fit with our decor.
I selected an ash frame partly in homage to the ash tree I'm Tree Following this year. The mount is a moss green which fits well with the poster and is greener than the photo suggests. As our kitchen is pretty bright - even in winter - I selected the non-reflective glass option.
If salads aren't your thing, there are hundreds of botanical prints available to select from, many of them from the RHS's collection in the Lindley Library. Choice isn't limited to the garden world either, so I think there's plenty to suit every kind of taste and interest, from fine art through photography to vintage posters. Prints usually come in a variety of sizes and you can opt to buy just the print, or to add a frame etc to your liking like I did.
I think they'd make a great house warming present.