There’s nothing like a comfy outfit that also looks amazing on you. You know, the kind of outfit you want to wear every single day of your life. Something like this pink and green blouse with distressed denim shorts. I can picture an amazing casual living space coming together from this vibe.
Here’s what I’m thinking. A tan leather sofa would make a great feature piece in the room with a collection of pillows to mimic the colors in the outfit. Paisley pillows in a sage green, pink pillows with tassels and denim pillows would all work great here. Then, a natural fiber pouf will add some texture and continue the casual feel of the space.
For the finishing touches, small amounts of dark wood and bronze are added to balance the colorful palette. Some modern chairs in a dark finish and a bronze pendant light will do. Then, for a touch of bling, a copper serving tray completes the look.
These are the pieces I used to create the Casual Living mood board above…
1. City Lights Blouse | 2. Placuna Pendant Light | 3. Washington Copper Tray | 4. Tattered Blue Jeans Pillow | 5. Freemont Spa Knife Edge Pillow | 6. Antiqua Lumbar Pillow | 7. Woodbridge Dining Chair | 8. Saba Pouf | 9. Chamberlin Recycled Leather Sofa
What’s my favorite piece in this look? Well, that’s a touch one. I know it’s more than one piece, but I would have to say the pillow set. The playful combination of colors and textures just works for me. How about you? Which piece do you like the best?
1. Placuna Pendant Light | 2. City Lights Blouse | 3. Washington Copper Tray | 4. Woodbridge Dining Chair | 5. Tattered Blue Jeans Pillow | 6. Freemont Spa Knife Edge Pillow | 7. Antiqua Lumbar Pillow | 8. Chamberlin Recycled Leather Sofa | 9. Saba Pouf
The color palette for this design is so fun and playful. I would keep the bolder accent colors to a minimum and really ramp up the neutrals to keep the space balanced. Start with warm tans and beiges and add a light blue-gray along with warm brown and dark bronze. Then work in the accent colors with coral pink, and sage green decor.
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