If you have seen a home décor magazine or catalog recently, chances are you’ve noticed an influx of large statement-making tropical leaves. You can be sure to find a trendy fiddle leaf fig tree in nearly every room setting shown, and in addition to the real thing, the leaves of these made-for-design plants are becoming go-to motifs for a range of home décor products and textiles. Some leaves of note are banana, monstera, philodendron, areca palm, xanadu, fiddle leaf fig, fern, and others.
Image credits (clockwise from top left): Graham & Brown Honolulu Wallpaper, Society6 Banana Leaf Clock, Haute Khuuture Palm Print Drapery via Tonic, Pinimg.
Often seen in textiles such as drapes, pillows, and other accents and on wallpaper and wall décor, tropical leaves are a way to make any room feel like a vacation retreat. We have just launched new artist Ann Solo, who has a collection of tropical leaf watercolors that are fresh and versatile available in a range of sizes. In addition to Solo’s portfolio of fresh greenery, we have created a collection of over 20 Tropical Leaf prints by artists such as Jessica Durrant, Jenny Kraft, Erin Clark, Denise Duplock, and Mali Nave. Shop the McGaw Graphics Tropical Leaf Collection.