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Hipster style in 7 decorative objects

Hipster style in 7 decorative objects


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Does Hipster mean nothing to you? However, it has been the style of dress on the wave for several months. If being hipster is above all a state of mind, it translates into a few "fashion" codes such as a pair of thick-brimmed glasses, a plaid shirt and (only for men of course), wearing a beard. But in decoration, the hipster style, how does it translate? At the editorial office, we imagine the hipster decor version style, like a mix of a chalet atmosphere in the mountains and lumberjack shirts. Understand: decorative accessories in raw wood and large-paned fabrics, preferably red or blue. We add to this a "wild" (wild) side, with here and there an animal skin, a deer's head or prints of big bears. In other words, the ideal decor for facing winter in an interior worthy of a cabin in Canada. To best guide you in your purchases, we have selected seven decorative items that will perfectly give a hipster look to your living room. Good shopping !
1. The Montana bear square ottoman, € 69.90 from Maisons du Monde / 2. TEJN synthetic sheepskin, € 12.99 from Ikea / 3. The blue tartan cushion, € 37.90 from Fleux / 4. The Pagnol recycled wood buffet, € 499.90 at Maisons du Monde / 5. The wooden and marble cutting board, € 54 at RoyalDesign / 6. The plaid plaid, € 29.99 at H&M Home / 7. The Hidden Animal bear mug, € 29 at Place A