This adorable reading nook is chock-full of eye-catching natural accents. The black and white seaside wall art brings the ocean view in from the outside, but the plants and even the leafy print on the pillow provide a refreshing sense of the natural world.
Here is a clever idea for the warmer months: clean out your fireplace and decorate it with books and plants. Since you probably won't be lighting any fires in July this is an excellent way to add character to your space. Plus the cool tiles will feel nice as you lounge plant side and finish your summer reading list.
Bringing plants into your space is a great way to bridge the gap between nature and interiors. This modern seating nook seamlessly blends organic elements with modern decor. The live edge side table is juxtapose with Mid-Century arm chairs, creating a striking place to sit and relax.
Quirky accessories, artwork, and decorative objects bring this tropical, boho space to life. Exhibit A: this tiger rug, designed by Justina Blakeney for Loloi. Talk about a conversation starter! We layered it over another rug here, but it could just as easily stand on its own for even more of a statement.
There is something so soothing about a green wall and wood furniture. The Carel Desk Walnut from Nuevo is the perfect addition to this modern boho office space! This stunning desk adds that Mid-Century flair, while the organic woven textures and plants bring a sense of serenity that would making working in this space a dream.
Are you a maximalist when it comes to texture and color? No need to subdue your instincts. Jungalow style is all about embracing this love of color and texture, especially when it comes to plants and natural materials. In this space, we used green and pink as the basis for the color scheme, incorporating it through artwork, pillows, and the rug. We balanced the color with furniture in natural materials and subdued colors. And, to keep the space from feeling too eclectic, we themed the artwork so it felt like a set!
When it comes to a large bedroom, it is easy to feel like you need to fill every inch. In this case, the white dresser really pops against the wall, so leaving it simple will feel less cluttered while filling the eclectic space with visual interest. A large plant adds height and an organic touch in the corner.
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