The Jungle Trend: Studiopepe for Spotti

I am a big fan of Studiopepe and happy to publish another eye candy post of their work. This time they have been teaming up again with Spotti who select furniture and accessories in their showrooms of the best Italian and international brands.

Brazil and the Jungle Trend are hot spot right now. Giant palm leaves, rich greens, bold colors as a contrast are very much en vogue.  Together they celebrate interiors inspired  in tropical patterns, warm colors spruced up with a few color pops in blue and orange as a homage to the Brazilian design and lifestyle.

Studiopepe for Spotti - Eclectic Trends

Studiopepe for Spotti - Eclectic Trends

Studiopepe for Spotti - Eclectic Trends

Studiopepe for Spotti - Eclectic Trends

Studiopepe for Spotti - Eclectic Trends

If you want to get inspired by the most amazing retail set up and styling sessions, hop over to see the studio‘s work or read a very interesting interview (funny how the started teaming up) with Chiara and Arianna, the two uber creative ladies behind the label on Trendland.

How about some extra inspiration?

11 Responses

  1. Love the colors and wild feeling here! Back in 90s my uncle had one of his living room’s walls covered with giant palm leaves wallpaper, very similar to the one in the first picture… it’s always nice to see trends coming back :) Hugs x

  2. I love the boldness of that wallpaper with the display shelves in front and that sideboard is beautiful. xD

    1. I am a fan too. But would you have it at your place? The always coming back question of interior design! :-)

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