7 Reasons We're Buggy for Butterfly and Bee Home Accents

Decor trends constantly evolve from year to year, and 2017 is no exception. This year, look for interior design elements with playful bee and butterfly motifs. Along with Greenery, Pantone's color of the year, the buzzy objects bring a fresh feeling of nature into our homes.

Butterfly-Adorned Wallpaper

Butterflies and winged creatures flit and float on these bathroom walls from Taylor Jacobson Interior Design, adding a stylish and carefree feeling to the space. Butterfly-adorned wallpaper is a perfect accent to a nursery, powder room, little girl's bedroom, romantic master bedroom, or office accent wall.

Honeycomb Accent Wall

Embrace the bee trend by adding a funky honeycomb accent wall to a room in your home. This dining room pops with a bold geometric pattern from Thistlewood Farms. Little pops of orange add warmth to the otherwise all-gray space. Add hexagon floating shelves to further accentuate the honeycomb shape.

Beautiful Butterfly Wreath

Add curb appeal to your home by hanging a large DIY butterfly wreath, like this one from Up To Date Interiors, on your front door. What a fabulous way to greet friends and family and create a welcoming feel to your home!

Framed Butterfly Prints on Easels

Frame a few butterfly prints and display them on acrylic easels to liven up walls and bookshelves. This is a quick and easy way to inject the butterfly trend into your home decor and add organic style.

Paper Butterfly Art

Feature butterflies in flight on your home's walls with this DIY dimensional art from Copper Dot Interiors. Hang your masterpiece in a gallery wall arrangement, or prop it on a bookcase to showcase the whimsical butterfly trend.

Honeycomb Graphic Wallpaper

Bold honeycomb-patterned wallpaper adds chic style to a home office or bedroom. This pop of color and graphic pattern is a great way to interpret the bee home accent trend!

Cute Butterfly Tag

Take a break with a cup of tea adorned with this beautiful butterfly tea bag from Craftberry Bush. Fill a lidded jar with several of these to decorate your kitchen countertop or a glass container for a quick terrarium that will last a lifetime.

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