It is March, which means it is officially spring break season. My husband and I took our big trip last July to Norway and Sweden, so we are not traveling anywhere this spring. Instead, I get to receive all of my coworkers’ out of office notices for an entire month, living vicariously through them as they lounge on a beach somewhere tropical.
It’s fine. I’m not bitter or anything.
As I brainstorm our next vacation spot, this late winter timeframe has me swooning over a beachy paradise to contrast our Nordic adventure last summer. I’ve had several friends recently visit Bali and the Philippines, which are both high up on my list. The photos I’m eyeing up are giving me major design inspiration too. Between the vibrant colors, rich textures, and abundant greenery, it got me daydreaming about revamping one of our rooms to be more boho.
The boho aesthetic has been fairly mainstream since the 1960s hippie movement, but has since taken on contemporary variations. Some boho interiors feature a more neutral palette, whereas others embrace a full spectrum of colors. One look I’ve come to love is the jungalow style. This coveted look playfully mixes colors, eclectic patterns, and an abundance of houseplants to create a true interior oasis.
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Thanks for reading! If you’re heading on vacation, soak it in for the rest of us poor souls!
Cover Image: Brit + Co.