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June 1

Zen Den Delight

I can’t believe it’s finally the weekend. We just got our new shower hardware system for the cabin, and I love it. The matte black yet modern silhouette is going to be a knockout in the final design. Plus, the price was a ca n’t-miss. We wanted to ensure that we didn’t have to redo any of the interior plumbing to avoid the expense, so we were careful to select hardware that could simply be swapped out while still producing a powerful stream that is water-conscious. I think we nailed it!

Shower Hardware

We are driving to the cabin as this hits your inbox to finish the irrigation. We had to move and lower a few things to ensure no areas of the clover field would dry out. I am optimistic that we got it all, but stay tuned! I am super excited because we have a back seat (and trunk) full of ferns to plant around the deck and a redwood tree that is seen outside the front door. It’s just so magical, you guys. Ferns of all kinds are ideal for planting around cabins due to their aesthetic, low maintenance requirements, and suitability for shaded environments. The giant trees cast an almost 24-hour shadow, so I can’t plant anything that needs a lot of direct light in this location – so ferns are a logical choice. Plus, I l just love how big and structural ferns get. I would plant them anyway.

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Ferns help soften the hard edges, and flourish under the dappled lights. With their modest water and fertilizer needs and minimal pruning requirements, they are practical for cabin owners seeking to minimize upkeep or who aren’t onsite all year long – just like us! I can’t wait to show you how the planting goes in stories this weekend. See below for the zone between the deck and redwood tree we are going to fill in.

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On another note, there’s nothing like cooking a home-cooked meal with fresh ingredients. The ultimate dream is to have a huge garden at the cabin with fresh vegetables to cook with. Perhaps even a moody greenhouse? I’ve learned something about harvesting broccoli seeds from my first two seasons. Check out my guide on how to plant broccoli seeds for everything you need to know. While we aren’t quite ready to commit to a greenhouse at the Cabin yet, we are planning it now!

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Speaking of plans. I found this stunning organic modern bedroom design and instantly fell in love with and needed to make a moldboard for y’all for anyone planing a can’t loose bedroom design. The neutral base of colors mixed with earthy tones and modern accents creates such a peaceful vibe for a bedroom. Plus, you know how obsessed I am with adding plants to my bedroom! Let’s jump into the mood board I created.

Gold Wall Sconce

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First, I found this gold wall sconce to add warm lighting to the organic modern bedroom. It’s modern and playful and the perfect touch to create a cozy vibe to your space.

Faux Olive Tree

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Styling a bedroom with relaxing plant decor is one of my favorite endeavors – check out this faux olive tree as a way to bring life into your organic modern bedroom space! The ceramic vase is included and matches the neutral color of the room.

Minimalist Wall Art

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Next, I found this gorgeous minimalist wall art. This piece continues the trend of simplicity in the space while still adding a personal touch to your walls. Check out other minimalist wall art pieces here!

Upholstered Bed Frame

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This upholstered bed frame is the focal point of the organic modern bedroom. It’s sleek, simple, and a great neutral color to continue the organic feeling for the space. Take a look at some of my favorite bedding here!

Modern End Table

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This modern end table has such a fun design and creates a contrast to the neutral colors that are in the organic modern bedroom. Learn how to decorate your nightstand with home styling accents here.

Velvet Ottoman

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I love this velvet ottoman! It’s a great solution for your organic modern bedroom if you cannot find a bench that you love for the foot of your bed. Plus, the color adds a fun pop of depth and warmth to the space.

Checkered Rug

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Next, I found this checkered rug to add under your bed. The olive green coloring works well with the neutral palette of the room and gives a sense of luxury and earthiness to the space.

Artificial Branch

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To add a little more earthiness to the organic modern bedroom, try adding in some artificial branches. The focus of the space should be about fewer, high-quality pieces , rather than an abundance of decor- enhancing the minimalism in modern interior design.

White Ceramic Vase

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Last, I found the perfect white ceramic vase to add your branches to. This vase sticks to the neutral color palette while still having a modern design to bring out the organic modern bedroom design. Take a look at more stunning styling pieces here.

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What do you think about this organic modern bedroom design? Check out more mood boards on my blog here. Hope you all have a beautiful rest of your week! xoxo

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