Subtlety pops! This neutral palette gives the chandelier and throw pillow the ability to take center stage in this beautiful space. The look cleverly creates a cool warmth that invites you to relax and be present—something that’s a resolution for many in the new year.
Why it works
- Balance is the name of the game! This look was created with incredible attention to the balance of color palette and shape. Notice how the fullness of the slipcovered Emory sectional is balanced by the open and airy Bertogne coffee table, the ceramic candle holder, and the clear vases.
- The Pantone color of the year, Classic Blue, gives people what they have been craving—dependability.
“We are living in a time that requires trust and faith.”
—Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute
This look is artfully created by utilizing warm neutrals and pops of blue, which creates an emotional effect. We have the warmth in the braided jute of the cascade chandelier connecting to the same tones in the Haven jute rug and the Panama screen. It’s grounded by the cool blue shades spread out throughout the room. Your selections and the reasons behind them matter to how the space affects those around it.
- Notice the cotton fabric on the Emory sectional the wooden Bertogne coffee table, the unexpected mango wood beads, and the braided jute on the Cascade chandelier. There are only three dominating colors in this look, which keeps it uncomplicated, but all the textures are what makes you want to stay.
Mix it up
I love this look so much it would be hard to change anything out. Instead, I would add to it by tossing a Tibetan sheepskin on the top of the Bertogne, and my favorite Ginger Patchouli candle. This will add another cozy, irresistible layer to the look.