The travelogue-turned-movie Eat Pray Love, starring Julia Roberts, opens in theaters nationwide on August 13.
Based on the rich details of the book and the pretty previews of the movie, I'm expecting to be drooling all over myself due to the incredible eye candy: the food, the scenic wonders, and the hot men (hello, Billy Crudup, James Franco, and Javier Bardem!)
The interiors in New York, Italy, India, and Bali are looking pretty darn gorgeous as well. Read on for some ideas on how to bring the worldly looks of Eat Pray Love into your home decor.
From India to Bali, if you're inspired to bring other worldly furniture and accessories into your home after seeing Eat Pray Love, look to the special Cost Plus World Market line of Eat Pray Love products.
Here are a few pieces we love from the collection:
Indonesian Oversized Bench With Cushion ($359.99) -- Terrific feminine detail is captured in the dark wood of this beautiful oversized Indonesian bench, making it the perfect accent for any home. The bench is completed with a comfortable cushion, allowing for ultimate relaxation.
Booti Pillows ($16.99-$19.99) -- A variety of decorative pillows can adorn any bed, couch, or meditation space. Drawing from the rich colors of the Indian landscape, these pillows add energy and spice to every room.
Burnt Brass Three-Pillar Holder ($14.99) -- Inspired from the ritual accessories from Indian temples, the Burnt Brass Three-Pillar Holder is sure to add peace and tranquility to all home spaces. The candlestick holders fit up to three candles and are adorned with five brass bells, giving an instant sense of serenity to a room like it does for the Indian temples.
Plantation Chair ($169.99) -- The Plantation Chair is inspired from the open-air estates on the Indonesian isle of Bali and adds a touch of class to any room or outside seating area. The rich walnut finish looks beautiful in every setting.
Hannah Banana Baskets With Wood Handle ($19.99-$34.99) -- These rounded wood baskets are the perfect storage item for any home. Whether outside on the patio or inside the house, the baskets are great for everything.
Is your home decor inspired by the decor of other countries?