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Seeing that we’re in constant need of inspiration, we know there’s no better place to source ideas than Pinterest. A vast digital ocean of captivating images and creativity, the social media platform is an ever-evolving reflection of the places and spaces pinners across the globe are currently craving. Which is why we continually check in to see what trends are on your mind. Once dominated by flawless bookshelf displays (apparently, everyone was on an organizing kick in March), this month, pinners were taken with one decorating stye in particular. Hint: The style is no stranger to rich patterns, leafy greens, and the perfectly imperfect. Read on for our most-saved images and see if you can spot the theme.

Tonal Greens 

Designer Raili Clasen’s Spanish-style Newport Beach home is a sophisticated lesson in mastering the surfer-chic look. Abound in varying shades of green, her beachy-cool bedroom effortlessly mixes and matches pieces within this singular color family to create a sort of ombre effect. Digging that two-tone backdrop? While the covering certainly looks as though it was painted by hand, it’s actually wallpaper!

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Organic Textures

When New York City-based designer Megan Hopp was tasked with outfitting this three bedroom pied-a-terre on the Upper West Side, she decided to put her eye for neutrals to the test. Proof that a seemingly “simple” palette can pay off, soft grays and cool metallics peacefully coexist alongside warm woods and other natural materials in the entryway.

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did lots of rearranging (what else is new) and shopped our home the other day, which I find extremely fun & therapeutic! 🙌🏽Diggin our refreshed, California dwelling, eclectic, boho, laid-back look! Now enjoying the sunlight & more open feel of our bedroom! Have a beautiful day✌🏽🌿💛 . . . . #bohohome #jungalowstyle #homedecor #theeverygirlathome #myhousebeautiful #apartmenttherapy #myhomevibe #SOdomino #modernboho #mydomaine #currentdesignsituation #brandstylist #uohome #bohostyle #howwedwell #howyouhome #urbanjunglebloggers #scandiboho #houseplantclub #mystylishspace #hometohave #ihavethisthingforurbanjungles #showmeyourboho #myeclecticmix #mybotanticalbungalow #indoorjungle #plantlady #plantsmakepeoplehappy #interiordesign #sassyhomestyle #homeandgarden

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Vibrant Bedding

If you tend to think of your bed as your own personal oasis (and, really, who doesn’t?), make it a place that asks—nay begs—you to crawl inside each and every night. Enveloped by a sea of printed cushions, this layered, laid-back dwelling by @_sare_xo is a reminder that there’s really no such thing as too many throw pillows. Printed textiles, fresh greenery, woven wall hangings, and plenty of tassels complete the dreamy picture.  

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Photography by lisa romerein

Desert Scenes

Back in Raili Clasen’s sun-filled bungalow, another impressive mural steals the show—except this one instantly transports the room’s inhabitants to a not-so-far-away landscape. Picking up the breezy, wild vibes this Joshua Tree mural is putting down, tiny cacti, bonus floor seating, and other woven treasures make for the most magical of sitting rooms.

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Layered Rugs

Queen boheme Justina Blakeney lives for a whimsical patio—and the Internet definitely isn’t complaining. There’s no easier way to create a stylish, yet relaxed, outdoor living space than by topping one pattern-charged rug on top of another and encircling your haven with a slew of hanging and potted plants.

See more Pinterest-approved spaces we’re loving: 

22 Beautifully-Designed Living Rooms to Start the Week With
The Best and The Brightest Entryways on Pinterest
See the Bedrooms We Can’t Stop Pinning

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