By Marilyn La Jeunesse

Published on March 11, 2016

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Meet our latest Instagram obsession: candy-colored minimalism. Inspired by the saturated hues often found in classic sweets, @candyminimal prides itself on elevating the everyday with a candy-colored transformation. Take a peek at a few of our favorites here!

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The hue on this wall is as bright as a Lemon Head! The contrast between the dark green leaves and the bright hue of the background is absolutely striking.

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A bubblegum pink umbrella set against a cloudless sky creates the perfect #candyminimal scene.

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Buildings aren’t exempt from the candy minimalism trend, and this mint green exterior was just too good to not capture. 

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Candy minimalism at its finest: a gorgeous palm leaf in front of a two-toned wall. We couldn’t ask for much more.

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Candy minimalism is all about the color and styling of a photograph. This pale, burnt orange background acts as a complement to the dark clay pots, earthy brown soil, and dark green succulents.

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Another key feature of candy minimalism is repetition, just like the one featured in this mesmerizing image.

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Of course, the trend isn’t just for pastels – bright neon shades are also fair game. We love the mesh of fuschia, lime green, baby blue, and bright orange in this shot.

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This fun candy minimalism shot looks as if it belongs on the set of a new Dr. Seuss flick.

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This perfect pink sunset over Cinderella’s castle in Disneyland features the most dreamy and saturated hues.

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A pale pink door, lively green aloe plants, and a baby blue sky combine to make a splendid candy-colored shot.

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Capturing a candy minimalism shot is all about the angle. In this case, the photographer uses the sky as a backdrop for the palm trees — the shot taken from underneath naturally crops out unwanted buildings or objects.

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Fries, hotdogs, and cotton candy pink walls? We couldn’t ask for a better place to grab concession snacks.

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Sometimes all you need to take the best candy minimalism photo is a few rainbow-colored flowers and a gorgeous pink backdrop.

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This vintage bowling sign is everything that is right with the candy minimalism trend.