This happy little guy is a creation from Bosque, as seen on the bosque photostream. Bosque is a particularly awesome new design studio based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, that works with a wide range of media. From graffiti murals and print designs to 3D installations, tote bags and commissioned designs for Vans, the Bosque team applies their street art-inspired style in some pretty unique ways.
I loved this sticker design for its muted colors and its trees-make-me-smile message. Trees do happen to make me smile, and with the lovely fall leaves outside my window, I've been thinking a lot lately about applying this inspiration to an eco-friendly fall event.
The natural linen table runner below would look great with the Japanese Maple bonsai landscape, or any other bonsais you might find to match your style! I prefer a lot of the deciduous trees, but indoor bonsais would be a great takeaway for guests to keep in their own homes. Check out bonsai rental services in your area for the same look at a lower cost.
Photo-realistic forest wallpaper murals and votives wrapped in birch bark take things one step further in transforming your space into a woodsy sanctuary. Throw in some branches and other rustic details and you're well on your way..
Screenprinted leaf table runner in natural/cream linen by elisabethbentz on Etsy ($68)
Manzanita candelabra branch from West Elm ($99)
Hand-engraved pint glasses with branches and leaves by daydreemdesigns on Etsy ($28.50)
Screenprinted fig leaf napkin, also by Elisabeth Bentz ($18)
Sunrise dahlia, photo from Eiseman Color Blog
Birch votives with natural bark from Crate & Barrel ($3.95-$9.95)
"Misty Forest" photo mural wallpaper by Murals Your Way ($5.57/sq ft for vinyl print)
Japanese Maple bonsai penjing landscape by Qingquan Zhao via Art of Bonsai