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Have you been craving a space that is light and airy while still infusing pops of color and interesting patterns? Beachy Boho just might be the style for you – it’s eclectic, modern and organic all rolled into one perfectly designed little package. It has become synonymous with cool California vibes and is sending Instagram and Pinterest into a flurry of bright and textural interiors.

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Layering materials and patterns are key elements in this blossoming design trend. Wood tones feel at home mixing with brassy metals and layering Kilim rugs adds dimension to a room. Natural materials like jute and rattan make great accent pieces and lend a boho flair to spaces.

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Many Beachy Bohomian interiors feature soft white walls which create a contrasting backdrop to fun patterns and textures. Pale pastels are an excellent alternative if you find yourself in need of a little more color on the walls.

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One area that should not be skimped on is plant life. Mother nature knows best and her colors pop against a stark white wall and add a lush, alfresco aspect to a room. In addition to the ever popular fiddle leaf fig, cacti, succulents and dracaena are solid choices when planning your indoor desert oasis.

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Beachy Boho’s mid-century modern roots are not to be ignored. The clean lines and laid back feeling of this iconic style lay a sleek foundation for piling on southwest and tribal prints.

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Beachy Boho is an easily-attainable trend that simply requires a modern backdrop with equal parts eclectic patterns and natural accents. One could spend hours merely lusting over the the drop dead gorgeous photos above or could make it a reality today. Summer is beckoning, so let’s play off those warm desert hues and create a truly stylish interior!

 

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Jordan E.
This trend alert was brought to you by Havenly Designer Jordan E. Jordan loves to design Transitional, Eclectic and Mid-Century Modern spaces. If you like Jordan’s style, book her today and Get Decorated.

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