Who says you can't register for a palm print record player? This one is canvas (somehow making it even cooler) and is under $100, so it's not even considered a "splurge" registry item. Win/win.
Crosley Palm Print Canvas Record Player, $99, Crosley available at Urban Outfitters02 of 07
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For all those outdoor parties you're going to throw, or when you just don't feel like eating on "real" plates, these melamine beauties sure had us fooled into thinking they were real fine china.
Tropical Foliage Melamine Plates, starting at $12, Terrain03 of 07
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This fan palm tea towel feels modern and unexpected among a lot of lush palm prints-plus, it's handmade.
Tea Towel, $16, Hearth and Harrow available on Etsy04 of 07
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Alright fine, for those of you who want that classic Beverly Hills Hotel vibe, we found this fun throw to liven up even the most neutral bed or couche.
The Emily and Meritt Printed Throw, $39.99, available at PB Teen05 of 07
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Who says your palms need to be green? We're digging this gold print, which proves to be a much more subtle and neutral palette for curtains. Save the color for accessories like pillows and throws!
Gold Palm Leaf Curtain Panel, $49.95, available at CB206 of 07
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Want to add a little happiness to your table? We love this colorful, poppy runner.
Patterned Table Runner, $12.99, H+M Home07 of 07
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This wallpaper is not only removable (perf for all you renters out there) but is also a modern take on that classic motif. It sports not one, but three different types of palms in a repeat pattern.
Bismark Leaves Wallpaper, from $19, available at Wall Flora