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Trending on Remodelista: 5 Design Tips to Add Exotica

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Trending on Remodelista: 5 Design Tips to Add Exotica

November 10, 2017

A touch of the exotic elevates the design of any interior. This week the Remodelista editors embraced jungle prints, Parisian bamboo fencing, and faucets that deliver boiling water on demand:

Jungle Wallpaper

Above: Annie discovers Exotica at Work: 13 Ideas to Steal from a Historic Office in Charleston.

Hot Water on Tap

The idea behind a boiling water tap &#8\2\20;is pretty simple: A small electric tank, installed under the kitchen sink, keeps the water at a high temperature,&#8\2\2\1; writes contributor Barbara Peck. Learn more about the pros and cons in this week&#8\2\17;s Remodeling \10\1 post.
Above: The idea behind a boiling water tap “is pretty simple: A small electric tank, installed under the kitchen sink, keeps the water at a high temperature,” writes contributor Barbara Peck. Learn more about the pros and cons in this week’s Remodeling 101 post.

Safari Style

Sleuthing design lessons from another continent, contributor Ella Quittner discovers A New Take on Classic Safari Style. Photograph via Singita.
Above: Sleuthing design lessons from another continent, contributor Ella Quittner discovers A New Take on Classic Safari Style. Photograph via Singita.

Wood and Leather Mix

Annie discovers Mexican Bauhaus: Wood and Leather Furniture from a Midcentury Master, Reborn.
Above: Annie discovers Mexican Bauhaus: Wood and Leather Furniture from a Midcentury Master, Reborn.

Bamboo Fencing

In the \10th Arrondissement of Paris, a roll of bamboo fencing creates a private courtyard for a fashion executive and a documentary producer who live in a former counterfeit handbags workshop. See more in this week&#8\2\17;s House Call post.
Above: In the 10th Arrondissement of Paris, a roll of bamboo fencing creates a private courtyard for a fashion executive and a documentary producer who live in a former counterfeit handbags workshop. See more in this week’s House Call post.

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