PALAZZETTI MAGAZINE

Everybody’s crazy about the jungle style! The 2018 trend for furniture – and much more – is undoubtedly the jungle style.

This summer,  palm-leaf motifs, colourful flowers and animals appeared in almost every shop window and invaded our homes, bringing a wave of good humour with them.

Are you looking for an original idea to add some of that slightly wild, jungle style to your home? In that case, you just can’t miss these 5 jungle style crafts to decorate your home.

1. Refined trinket dish

Palm leaves are a very versatile decorative motif. In this tutorial we will be decorating some refined trinket bowls in the jungle style.

To make your exclusive bowls get set with some polymer paste, paint and lots of imagination.

Foto © Lia Griffith

2. Jungle style party balloons

If you are thinking of organising a jungle style party these balloons – made using the découpage technique – will be a real eye catcher.

Elegant and refined, they will amaze your guests and add an extra bit of style to your party.

stile jungle - palloncini
Foto © Showhome

3. Tropical leaf place settings

For a really natural atmosphere you can decorate your table with real tropical plant leaves.

One more tip? Play with the colours and geometric shapes of your plates for a really stunning table setting.

stile jungle - tavola
Foto © Come piace a te

4. Homemade cushions

Tropical leaves are a perfect décor for textiles too: from curtains to carpets and from tablecloths to cushions.

If you can use a needle and thread follow this tutorial to make some very fun, soft cushions to complement your interior décor or embellish a lounge area on your porch or in your garden.

5. Decorative handmade frame

Another very simple idea to add a touch of the jungle style to your home is to hang some decorative frames.

Why not slide some real tropical plant leaves between the glass of a picture frame or (if you’re particularly creative) paint your favourite leaves, perhaps using pastel colours as shown in this tutorial?

Foto © Brit & Co

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Malika si occupa di social e content per Cricket Adv. Ha collaborato con il MuDeFri (Museo del Design del Friuli) e nel tempo libero è volontaria del FAI (Fondo Ambiente Italiano). Le piacciono le mostre d'arte, il mare in tutte le stagioni e i biscotti al cioccolato!