Chilled out tourists and hipster expats flock to Tulum, Mexico, but not just for its clear Caribbean waters and ancient Mayan sites. The remote destination, about two hours south of Cancún, also offers a distinctive seaside aesthetic where the beach meets the ocean. In the well-traveled hotel zone, traditional oceanside elements like straw roofs collide with restaurants that feel more like enchanted forest groves. On a recent visit, I couldn't stop snapping photos for decorating inspiration. Check out seven ideas to steal from Tulum's outdoor decor.