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If you're going all out, start with a neutral area rug. It's easy to work around and complements natural accents and patterns.
Looking for something a bit edgier? Pair outdoorsy finds with bold color, such as a plant in a bold teal pot. 
For a woodsy approach, consider faux bois accents (the pattern that looks like a cut tree trunk). 
Interpret this trend elegantly by hanging a set of botanical prints. Or make a statement with one big print in a bedroom or living room.
Frame pieces of nature above your mantel or bed. Anything from pressed maple leaves to wildflowers will do the trick.  

Dress your space with earthy finds inspired by (hers
truly) Mother Nature. Achieve this au natural look with plant-based motifs, real objects found in nature, and decorative accents and furniture.  Interchangeable accents (such as throws, pillows, or wall art) that feature natural motifs, such as ferns or leaves, can add instant earthy appeal to your existing decor. For a color scheme, lean toward an earthy palette, like forest green and dark brown.
 
If desired, incorporate real bits of nature, such as ferns, sticks, driftwood, moss, succulents, rocks, and wildflowers. They're best displayed simply, in a clear jar, bowl, or vase, and will add a textural layer to your space. 

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