14 Decor Trends Hipsters Need To Calm Down About (PHOTOS)

From their skinny jeans and oversized readers to their mason-jarred kale smoothies, you can spot a hipster from a mile away. But while they've done a fantastic job of perfecting their look for the outside world, what about behind closed doors?

Just about anyone can get behind these decor trends that we can confidently say are here to stay, but then there are those that are found in trendy San Francisco apartments to Brooklyn lofts and every warehouse/downtown district in between.

Mustache Anything
Beau Coup
Because facial hair of any kind is pretty much a hipster staple, right?
And Mason Jar Everything
Getty
As much as we love our mason jar DIYs, putting your pets inside of them just takes it to a whole "trendy" new level.
Dreamcatchers
Getty
Bonus points if it's hanging somewhere ironically.
Chalkboard Paint
mrgrahamhill / Flickr
Great for planning out which vegan smoothies to make for the week and which skinny jeans to wear tomorrow.
Overdone Record Players
Urban Outfitters
How else would you listen to your Justin Timberlake and Mackelmore vinyl?
Birds And Other Critters
ModCloth
The squirrels that watch you listening to "bands that don't exist yet" at the park don't count.
Or Just Owls On Owls
Wicker Paradise / Flickr
If hipster decor had an official mascot...
Eyeglasses
superquality100 / eBay
To forget readers of any kind, in any situation from decorating to dressing would simply be a crime.
Tapestries
ModCloth
Extra credit if it's a tapestry with an owl motif on it.
Terrariums
Urban Outfitters
Standard house plants? Too mainstream. Fresh-cut flowers? Illogical. Tiny plants housed in tiny geometric containers? Just right.
Animal Hangers
Urban Outfitters
Nothing beats a cat wearing a Hawaiian... except maybe (maybe) a cat wearing a beanie.
Faux Taxidermy
WallCharmers / Etsy
Because real taxidermy would be cruel... and make sense.
Ironic Wall Stitchings
aliciawatkins / Etsy
"Home sweet home" is so 90s.
And Ironic Coffee Table Books
ModCloth
Great for starting conversations with other hipster friends who bought the same book from the Urban Outfitters "library."

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