8 Earth-Tone Accents Under $50 to Give Your Home a Natural Feel

Incorporating nature-inspired colors into your home doesn't require repainting. Bringing the outdoors inside with these affordable decor pieces.

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Earthy shades of green, brown, pink, and orange are some of the most popular colors of 2022. If trendy hues inspire you but you're not ready to commit to painting a room, there are other ways to bring nature-inspired shades into your home. Elevate your living room with small decor staples to transform your home's current look. Even better? You don't have to break the bank to get the look; each of these accessories is less than $50. Whether it's a rosy accent on a tray or olive-green curtains sure to make a statement, these items can be incorporated into any style. Bring the outdoors inside in preparation for spring, and add these earth-tone products to your shopping cart.

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Green Glass Vase

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Courtesy of West Elm

Shades of greens look amazing in all spaces and are an easy way to energize a room. This jade-colored vase is slightly opaque and beautifully reflects light. With three available heights, the 12-inch vase is perfect for displaying bouquets on a coffee table. The containers can also stand alone on a shelf as a statement piece.

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Yellow Throw Pillows

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Courtesy of Target

Throw pillows are a decor staple that can be easily switched out with the seasons. These muted yellow pillows will brighten up your living room just in time for spring. Chenille upholstery keeps these pillows soft to the touch. The two-pack of square pillows is also budget-friendly for only $20.

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Caramel Throw Blanket

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Courtesy of Amazon

Throw blankets bring a sense of comfort and additional color to your living room. This caramel-hued knitted throw introduces an understated desert color. With tassels and a cozy texture, this lightweight throw is machine-washable and 50x60 inches.

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Woven Wall Art

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Courtesy of Target

Various earthy shades combine to create this beautiful handwoven wall art. This 15-inch by 28-inch wall hanging is the perfect subtle tribute to the outdoors. Hang this piece above your couch in a gallery wall or hang it alone as a statement piece. Woven wool and cotton textures in muted browns, blues, and pinks make for an understated yet colorful piece. To cozy up your space, pair with cream-colored pillows or throws with accents of rust or soft blues.

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Olive-Green Curtains

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Swapping your curtains for a fresh color is a quick way to incorporate the hues of nature. Opting for these olive-green curtains instead of typical white will draw your eyes to your window, framing nature outside. Try pairing green curtains with other verdant shades for the ultimate forest-inspired living room.

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Coral Wood Tray

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Courtesy of West Elm

This wooden tray with a pop of blush pink is perfect for a coffee table or dresser. Peachy shades matched with burnt oranges and subtle yellows introduce desert hues into a space. Display candles or a small vase for a finished look on this 11-inch tray.

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Small Blue Vase

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Courtesy of Target

Often, shades of blues are forgotten when decorating with earth tones. Muted blues with hints of gray create a soft color palette while adding a pop of color. This small ceramic vase is a little less than 4 inches tall and has a speckled pattern. Add it to your mantel with greenery or pampas grass to finish the look.

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Set of Faux Cacti

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Courtesy of Ikea

Small accessories s don't have to be boring, and these ceramic cacti spruce up any environment. Place all three on a side table or separate around the room. Ranging from 3 to 7 inches in height, each cactus features different shades of green. And you don't have to worry about watering these ceramic plants.

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