Texture and interesting pieces are not always enough - seek out balance by moving your pieces around until you are happy with not only the look but the feel!

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Shibori The Japanese dyeing tradition of shibori (similar to tie-dye) is another staple of a good modern global room; we love the stark contrast of the indigo against the crisp white chairs here.

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For many years I have been following my fellow Texas blogger girls, Sea of Shoes and her decorista mom Atlantis Home. I absolutely love their style, especially the mom. Her home decor has always been

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8 ways to fake a well-traveled home. Think globally to mix and match cultural influences, hang an eclectic gallery wall, use textiles and animal prints and start building your own collection!

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Embrace Organic à la @thejungalow Mo’ patterns? No problems. This room from The Jungalow (shot by David Tsay for House Beautiful) goes global in a big way, mixing boho prints of all scales and colors. Leafy green plants and rough-hewn wooden accents ground the room, keeping it from feeling too busy. A great reason to encourage your green thumb!

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Travel abroad is inspiring for all of the sights, sounds, and flavors we experience, but it also has a dramatic impact on the way we decorate our homes. Design elements from the east have influenced interior design over the decades, and internationally inspired accessories are again surging in popularity. Global inspired textiles possess amazing hues [...]

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