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Forest Friendly Decorating

Nature-inspired home decor has a way of bringing warmth and relaxation to any room. There are many ways to get that "cabin look" without over-doing it (so please, no camouflage). Below are a few of my favorite ways to bring the outdoors, indoors:

  • Trees

Who knew an old tree stump would make a great side table? West Elm did. For $199.00 you can rest your magazines and coffee mugs on this fabulous piece (westelm.com). This table fits well in any room, and it will never go out of style (remember, trees have been around for millions of years).

  • Floral Branches

Tall branches can help offset low furniture in a room and draw the eye up. Toss a bundle in a large vase and transform a room in seconds. For a cheap fix, I suggest hitting the local Home Goods for a vase and craft store for some twigs.

  • Animals

I have a soft spot in my heart for owls. Not only do they represent wisdom and helpfulness, they are just too cute! For something subtle, this vintage-looking wall hook from Anthropologie is perfect for hanging a jacket or even a towel in the bathroom (anthropologie.com).

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