When it comes to interiors, I'm finding that I'm drawn more and more to neutral spaces. I do love a jolt of color every now and then, but for the most part I'm preferring neutral spaces, with additions of wood tones and my favorite colors: blue and green. And while one might argue that neutral spaces can be boring, I find that a great way to prevent that boring factor is to add tons of texture (or pattern, layers, and finishes).
One of my recent obsessions that adds a ton of texture to a room is the African Juju hat - it's a feathered headdress traditionally worn by Village Chiefs in Cameroon + Central Africa, but is now a popular decor statement piece being displayed on walls. These round, feathery headresses come in a variety of colors, and add a really unique look that I'm loving:
As shown above, I'm particularly smitten with the white and off-white juju hats, but the brightly-colored ones can also be a really fun statement piece, too:
If you're wondering where to find these Juju hats, I've seen really great ones on etsy (especially this shop & this shop), and from Table Tonic. You can also make a less expensive DIY version by following this great tutorial.
What say you? Would you ever consider decorating with Juju hats?