Destination California Coast // An Amethyst Look
Waking up to 0 degrees the last few days, has us dreaming of the west coast (even more than usual) this season. Inspired by time spent in the Golden State, we've pulled together a mix of of beach-y, modern, and natural treasures that transport us to the shores of California. All that's missing is a little bit of sand in our toes...
Organic wood and coconut beads in smoky hues are strung along an antique brass frame. Though light and airy, the Baja chandelier brightens any room with a strong natural presence.
This Villa Light Blue rug is gorgeous. It is exquisitely chic yet offers a casual comfort - the ideal combo for a Californian home!
This original piece of art done by Texas artist, Stacy Trammell, sets the perfect color palette for a California inspired beach home.
Adding natural materials doesn't always mean lots of wood and woven linens! These heavy granite bowls add depth and character, and are reminiscent of the rocky coastal cliffs.
Use this shallow basket as a tray on an ottoman, or side table. The woven material and concentric curved lines add to the casual-ness of a room!
A timeless mirror to reflect all the natural light. Its graceful shape with modern-industrial edge is a great addition.
The light, warm mango wood and black iron accents of this sideboard hutch hints to Californias history with mid-century modern design.
Bright white slipcovers really are the best way to go when it comes to a beach house. They won't fade in bright sunlight and can be laundered with ease. And these chairs are the epitome of cozy comfort!
This modern planter, made from recycled glass and iron, is the perfect vessel to display some succulents or plants of your choosing - the more natural elements the better!
A woven basket is the best storage for those cozy throw blankets - highly recommend for an early morning coffee enjoyed outside! And we love the black stripe accents to contrast.
These hanging dried flower holders are so delicate and chic, and we love the unique display on stoneware!