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Trends may come and go but the good ones come, go and then come back around again and again. It’s the same with one of our favorite of-the-moment trends we’ve been seeing. Page through any home design magazine right now and you’ll see pages splashed with palm fronds, mid-century modern furniture (is everywhere!) and travel-inspired decor accents. We pulled our favorite inspirational urban jungle design trend images below here so you can get in on this fabulous style.
Whether it’s the wilds of Lenox at peak hours or navigating Atlanta’s highways without losing your cool, we live in a jungle. The beauty of this decor trend is that it creates a lush, rich retreat for you away from the hustle and bustle of our daily lives. We love the powder room in the featured image. The Beverly Hills hotel-inspired wallpaper and gold metallic accents are easy to achieve in any home.
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How fantastic is this rich green in this living room? We love the mid-century modern bureau and accompanying 1960s-chic accents. While the color is the hero in this space, this room is a good reminder that accessories can really complement and complete your look.
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Swoon. Just swoon. We adore this color palette of that rich green (again) against the terra cotta pink. It’s urban jungle chic married with Santa Fe style and ease. Wouldn’t this look beautiful in a bedroom?
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Proving that a good trend has no space limitations, we wanted to share this charming entryway. We love a bright front door and for this modern space, this bright yellow is just right. As you’ll see in all these photos, green is an important accent to nail this look. Here, it was achieved with something as easy as adding a houseplant.
Photo credit: House to Home
While the previous examples of the urban jungle trend were modern, we think you can embrace this trend even if you prefer a more traditional look. Once again, this green is a great color choice. Refreshing and happy, we love layering framed botanicals in a symmetric collection. And from what we can see from the corner of the couch, this designer also has a great eye for mixing and matching textiles.
What do you think about the urban jungle design trend? Have you embraced it? Would you? What kind of home do you think it’s best for? Tell us!