Ever seen a gorgeous pin and thought, How I wish there were a copy/paste button for interiors? Trust us, we know the feeling. It's actually part of the reason we created our moodboard builder and a search engine of millions of actual products—so that you could essentially recreate any beautiful interior you admired in your own living room, or dining room, or what have you. Pinterest offers no short supply of inspiration to copy, and (in our humble opinion), what good is inspiration if not to use it as an opportunity to try reproducing it for yourself? Here are the pins we caught last month that we just had to attempt imitating. Take a look and click through to rework it in your own style, and see similar looks:
If we had to visualize the description, "french bohemian," this would probably be it. An eclectic mashup of bright, vintage, and flea market-looking finds is the foundation for this design, with a hanging street sign completing the look.
Image via Apartment Therapy.
A home office space with at least a few prints is tasteful and injects a bit of personality. But one with motivational prints? Now that's an extra layer of functionality—to inspire all that work you'll be doing!
Image via Instagram.
A bare wall and pale gray couch allow bursts of gorgeous color to come through in this well-edited living room.
Image via Fancy.
We love the idea of a bed tucked away into a hard-to-design-for spot. A simple accent wall and string lights really kick it up a notch.
Image via Stylist Shops.
For the indoor/outdoor dining experience, look no further. A sleek wooden table, a few floral arrangements, and—the coup de grâce—a branch chandelier are the ultimate calling cards of a modern rustic look.
Image via Kiss and Chips.
This take on a dining space is a perfect blend country and modern, as a hip cowhide rug and brown leather throw pillows play well beside a marble table and contemporary pendants.
Image via design*sponge.
There's something sophisticated, feminine, and totally old-Hollywood about this living space. We especially love the touches of florals throughout—and are dying for that oversized portrait!
Image via Gudrun Olof.
Artfully-arranged open shelving is something we can get into. And from just a series of stacked boxes, too? We love it.
Image via My Scandinavian Home.
We love the fresh, open look of this kitchen island and dining area so much, we're tempted to go out for some teal paint right now.
Image via Jennifer Cederstam.
This casual living space featuring exposed brick and global prints is just effortless. The coordinating throw pillows and rug are totally worth imitating.
Image via Home Dsgn.
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