Decorate your kitchen with easy printable kitchen wall art. This culinary herb art print set includes mint, thyme, and parsley. Print at home in 3 sizes for easy framing and decor.
Hello! It’s Dawn from AD Aesthetic back again with another printable graphic to help you spruce up your home decor. Today’s printable is a series of 3 prints that you can hang on their own or as a series, helping you fill up even more wall space!
I’ve always loved prints with illustrations of common culinary herbs on them, they make just the perfect decor for the kitchen. I recently ran across an infographic that included the flavor profiles of all of the herbs right alongside them. I found myself referencing this infographic a lot while cooking dinner for my family, and thought how nice it would be to just have those flavor profiles listed right there on my kitchen wall art! A quick glance to the wall, and I’d know just the right herb to flavor my dish with. So, today’s printable series is just that: common culinary herb illustrations combined with their flavor profiles. Beautiful and practical!
I’ve set you up with a series of 3 herbs, mint, thyme and parsley. Each herb includes 3 common frame sizes (8×10, 5×7 and 4×6). Simply purchase and download the PDF below and print out the page with the size that fits your frame(s). Then, just trim out the print and slip it into your frame. Easy peasy.
Kitchen Wall Art Herb Printable Set
I’d also like to thank Cassity and the Remodelaholic team for having me back each month. You can find all of my printables along with moodboards, home mockups and decor ideas here. Once you’re done there, be sure to hop over to my site, ADaesthetic.com, where you’ll find even more design inspiration.
Click here to purchase this set of 3 kitchen culinary herb art printables
More kitchen printables:
- Bon Appetit printable kitchen art
- pineapple typographic printable
- printable chalkboard pantry labels
- meal planning printables: recipe card and menu planner
- DIY cleaning binder printables
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Published Mar 13 2018 // Updated Mar 5 2020