Jungalicous. Sounds good enough to eat, looks good enough to live in.
Right now we’re crushing on the gorgeous jungle-inspired images splashed all over instagram, characterised by an effortless (or styled to look that way) an eclectic mix of laidback neutrals, rattan and cane and layers of creamy texture, plants a-plenty and gorgeous green…well…..everywhere.
This is the kind of look that screams New York princess’ west coast holiday pad, but funnily enough Australia is actually pioneering this look so maybe we should be channeling the Daintree and Airlie Beach rather than LA when trying to imitate the look.
Luxe linen looks better than brilliant with mid-century bedsides, planters and even stand-out patio pieces doing double duty inside. Pair beguiling botanical fabrics with flea market finds, warm timber, eye-catching art and modish mid-century staples and you’ll have jungle fever at yours in no time.
Check out our galleries for some inside inspo on getting the jungalicious look at your place…..then sling on a kaftan, mix a mojito and you’re good to go.
A little luxe underfoot goes a long way to perfecting a look that’s all about layers….
Real-life greens are good, but if you lack the time, space or sunshine to grow your own, faux foliage is a failed gardener’s BFF….
We’re talking the opposite of Coco Chanel here. Don’t take something off before you leave the house, add something in when you arrive….
Add some intrigue and inspo to your walls with shades of green, botanical blooms and some artisan handicrafts….
Rattan, rope, cane, timber (and a touch of velvet, well, just because…..) – it’s Out of Africa meets The Jungle Book meets suburbia – or something like that…
Mid-century in the mix
What’s a home without a little warmth? And what better way to achieve it than with timeless, natural timber – with a mid-century vibe…