Several of our pressed botanical artworks were featured in a scene from ABC’s “Kevin Probably Saves the World” which aired on November 14, 2017.
More of our pressed botanicals appeared in a scene from last night’s episode of ABC’s “Kevin Probably Saves the World”! Jason Ritter Stars as Kevin. #flowerslovers #flowers #floral #florals #insta_pick_blossom #flowermagic #instablooms #bloom #homeaccents #homeaccessories #art #pressedflowers #pressedflowerart #southern #southernbotanics #westsidemarketatlanta #westsidemarketatl #garden #gardening #gardener
PREMIERING OCTOBER 3 AT 10:00 PM (EST)!
Westside Market is honored to feature the works of Southern Botanics: artwork that brings the unadulterated beauty of nature into your home. Tag a friend who loves nature! [read more]
Speechless about how to describe pressed floral art when involved in a heated discussion at the next cocktail party? Just watch this workshop by Doug Selph. You will soon be an expert! Doug founded Southern Botanics a mere year ago and has set the interior designer world on fire with his magnificent command of pressed flowers. [read more]
Movement is an intricate and important element of nature. Beginning with birth, and evolving to growth and decay– the natural world is constantly changing, and within that fluctuation is a consistent and everevolving beauty that can infuse life into a space. Incorporating the idea of movement either literally or figuratively into an interior design generates a world of juxtaposition and possibility. [read more]
Southern Botanics’ mission is to capture the beauty of nature and preserve it as a precious memory. Creator Douglas Selph started Southern Botanics along with his partner, Austin Davis, after developing a lifelong appreciation for foraging for flowers and plants- evolved into a hobby of pressing these botanical specimens and mounting them into eye-pleasing compositions to share with the world. [read more]
We collect flowers, leaves and other plan materials, press them and then mount them on 100% cotton rag paper which is acid-free and lignin-free. Our mounted “botanicals” are then matted and labeled with information on the Latin and common names of the specimen and where and when it was collected. [read more]