Color Inspiration: Wicker & Moss

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I’ve always loved the color combination of white, wicker & moss because it creates a very soothing and natural palette that works year-round.  White walls, trim and furniture act as a clean and bright backdrop to the darker, warmer wood and wicker tones.  A pop of green then adds a sense of freshness.  You can use just these colors by themselves, or even add an additional accent color, such as a pop of yellow, a hint or blue, or even an orange!

 

Greens come in a variety of shades and can have yellow or blue undertones that drastically change the appearance of the color.  Here, I’ve chosen a yellow/green called Huntington Green because it is a classic and bright color that works well with both cool and warm tones.

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A crisp, white, classic sofa like Pottery Barn’s Comfort Roll Slipcovered one creates a great backdrop and other textures and colors to play off of.

Pottery Barn Comfort Roll Arm SofaAccent pillows are always a favorite of mine because they are an easy and inexpensive way of changing up the look of a room!  Joy Workshoppe on Etsy has lots of beautiful selections that have invisible zippers so that both sides of the pillow can be displayed!

Green pillows with invisible zippers via Joy Workshoppe on Etsy

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On the floor, I love the look of layered rungs, like the Newport Area Rug mixed with a natural Cowhide Rug.

Home Decorators Collection Newport Area Rug

Ballard Designs Cowhide Rug

 

To balance out white walls, consider using darker furniture pieces like the Paulette Server in Tuscan Brown and a natural seagrass bench.

Ballard Designs Paulette Server in Tuscan Brown

Pottery Barn Bench

And of course, there are all sorts of fun accessories to add that encompass this color palette, like houseplants, terrariums, artwork, knick-knacks, and glass bottles!

Pottery Barn Green Vintage Ferns Wall Art Pottery Barn Found Oversized Wine Bottles

 

 

Recently, I’ve realized that my home’s color palette has made a shift toward toward these neutral Spring colors and my rooms are starting to reflect my love of white, wicker & moss!

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For more ideas using this natural color palette, follow my Pinterest board!

 

 

 

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Styling a Coffee Table {and My Living Room Updates}

Today is my fourth and final post for World Market and I wanted want to say “thank you” to everyone for being so kind and supportive of my project with them!  Your sweet comments, Facebook likes, and clicks to see my projects truly mean so much to me!  Thank you!!!  Thank you!!!

 

Now on to the latest updates in my living room and inspiration for styling a coffee table.

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1. Candle Holder 2. White Dish 3. Monogrammed Coasters 4. Tufted Ottoman 5. Cowhide Rug 6. Candle 7. Cutting Board

 

 

I started the process of redecorating my living room a looooooong time ago and while it’s still not finished, I have made a bit more progress.  I actually surprised myself when I picked out a green tufted ottoman.  Yes, green.  I couldn’t believe it either given my affinity for blue, but the color just blends into the house and works almost like a neutral.

I also fell in love with the scent of this candle and just couldn’t resist.  I love when a candle smells great and look beautiful, too!

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Since I love mixing textures, I just help but to include some tattered, vintage books along with a faux pearl necklace that I use as a bookmark.  Who says a necklace can’t be a bookmark?!

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Plus, I like to change up the look of pillows to match my decor, so come see how I used this towel to give my favorite side chairs a new look!

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Are you ready to see my latest living room update? Click {HERE} for all of the pictures and get info and ideas for styling your own coffee table!

 

 

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Note: This post is part of a partnership with World Market but all of the opinions and ideas are my own. I always make a point to share with you only things that I truly love and this is no exception!

 

 

 

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Creating a Dining Display

Whenever I host friends, I always treat my dining table as an opportunity to decorate and create a beautiful display and my recent coffee and pastry get together was no exception.  I had so much fun putting it together and so today, I’m sharing a few tips on how to create a  beautiful and everyday elegant dining display.

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First and foremost, I believe that an elegantly set table doesn’t need to be overly fussy or even include the “good” china.  In fact, basic everyday dinnerware is like the little black dress.  It can be dressed up or dressed down and used for any occasion to provide everyday elegance.  These basic items are practical enough for everyday use, but elegant enough to create a beautiful display for a gathering of friends.

 

 

I love the 3-tier Glass Drying Rack because unlike so many, it is more compact and so fits on the counter under the kitchen cabinets allowing easy access to cups and mugs without being in the way.  I also love basic white or cream dinnerware because they coordinate with everything and allow the food to take center stage.  These Provence Salad Plates have a delicate fluted edge that adds interest and detail while still maintaining their simple look.

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Tips & Tidbits

  • To get the biggest bang for your buck, invest in some basic pieces that are practical enough for everyday use but pretty enough for special occasions.
  • When creating a dining display (or tablescape), use a variety of heights for added interest.  Choose an item to act as a centerpiece or anchor object in the display and then work down from there.  Smaller items can be given height by placing them on pedestals, trays, or even wooden cutting boards.
  • Don’t be afraid to mix it up!  One display can include both old and new,  shiny and dull, smooth and rough, to create a unique and custom look for the occasion!
  • Group like items together so that they are within easy reach of your quests while maximizing your available space.

 

 

Are you ready to see how the display turned out?  Click {HERE} for all of the pictures and details!

 

 

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