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10 Design Trends to Borrow From Bonnaroo

Life imitates art. Or in this case, home design imitates the latest music festival craze. We mashed up our favorite moments from the 2018 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival with trendy designer spaces.

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Photo: Jessica Yonker

Psychedelic Visualizations

A kaleidoscope of funky colors and shapes lit up the stage during What So Not's set. Crazy colors and sights are no stranger to music festivals, but we could really feel the '70s inspiration at this year's Bonnaroo.

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Photo: Emily Basham-Hoelscher. From: Emily Basham-Hoelscher.

Take it to the Walls

This is a modern festival kids' dream bedroom: A psychedelic accent wall brings funky color into this master bedroom. Neutral bed linens help balance out all those wild colors. The David Bowie/Bill Murray pillow only adds to the weirdness, plus we could totally see it being used as a festival totem.

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Photo: Jessica Yonker

Stripes + Florals

Something old, something new — our mind immediately went to midcentury modern design after spotting this Rooer's black-and-white striped, floral romper.

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Photo: Colin Price Photography. From: Noz Nozawa.

Nearly a Perfect Match

The L-shaped tufted bench makes a vibrant statement against the bold, thick wall stripes in this breakfast nook. The kelly green coloring of the bench complements the floral wall art mounted above. Clear plastic chairs are placed on the opposite side of a modern oval dining table. An orange floral centerpiece and brass light fixture finish the chic design.

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