11 Home Accessories Based on Your Favorite Flavor of La Croix

green votices
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Our love for La Croix is strong. Like, we'd almost marry it. And we know we're not alone: Over the last couple of years, La Croix sparkling water has become a full-blown American addiction. Sure, it tastes good (Pamplemousse FTW), but that gorgeous watercolor-esque packaging is just so iconic. So, why not use La Croix as decor inspiration?

Unlike the beer can-lined walls of the guys you went to college with, La Croix's vibe is way more sophisticated, and using it as a color influence can give an almost carbonated tingle to any room.

helen levi planter
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Major Pamplemousse vibes.

Layered Landscape Pot
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One look at this pot that totally reminds us of Coconut La Croix, and we're donning our sunnies and reapplying sunscreen.

west elm rug
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This rug — like the original, unflavored La Croix — is pure and refreshing.

minna pillows
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If Pamplemousse and Lemon had a baby, it might be this stunning pillow.

Oleta Napkin
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Wrap your ice-cold Peach-Pear La Croix in this napkin and continue living your best life.

Art Primo Abstract Watercolor Flower Premium Shower Curtain
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Every shower taken behind this Lime La Croix-y shower curtain is going to make you wish your shower water had a subtle flavor.

Safavieh Emblyn Rug
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We're passionate about two things: Passionfruit La Croix, and rugs that look like it.

Terrain Watercolor Glass Votive
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The latest La Croix flavor, Key Lime, also makes the best inspo for votive candle holders.

rug hanging
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This Etsy wall hanging is Berry beautiful.

Itsy Bitsy Blossoms No.5 by Kathy Morton Stanion by Kathy Morton Stanion
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This pillow claims it's a close-up print of a flower, but let's be honest, it's a close up of a Cran-Raspberry La Croix.

la croix planter
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You could always take your La Croix passion in a more literal direction — with this artsy ceramic planter.

Sara Nachlis

Sara Nachlis

Sara Nachlis is a multimedia writer and editor living in Los Angeles by way of Long Beach, CA. Did you know Sublime is from there?