and I've got some fantastic finds to share with you.
I think the most crucial aspect to nailing this look is achieving a collected and layered aesthetic.
The overall aesthetic needs to feel simple but it should unfold as you spend more time in the space.
If in doubt, a good place to start is with tailored slipcovers in neutral colors and a seagrass rug.
If you work from there and layer in some interesting found objects and conversation pieces, you can't go wrong. I've rounded up a few key pieces to achieving this look,
and most of them are friendly to your pocketbook. A few of my favorites...
1. Slipcovered chair 2. West Elm box frame coffee table 3. Accordian Table 4. Ikea Barometer floor lamp 5. West Elm Jute Boucle Rug 6. Pinstripe pillow cover 7. PB Found Glass Buoy 8. Anchor Dish 9. Bronze urchin 10.Batik Pillow by Amber Interiors 11. Sea Art, Clare Elsaesser 12. Pier One Linen Mat Frame 13. Sugarboo Hello Sunshine art 14. Iron Accent Ottoman 15. White Slipcover Sofa 16. Blue Bench 17. The Way We Live By The Sea
I'll let you know how my project inspired by Juxtaposition goes, we had a meeting last week to make fabric selections and we were right on track! I'm so excited about the direction we are headed with that project. My favorite part of my job is to take our vision, whatever it may be, and help client transform their home that reflects their tastes, personality, and history. Hopefully we can do just that in this current project.