Since the table itself is rather bulky and masculine, I balanced out the look with some more minimal and feminine pieces. I always love using a signature piece of art to define a dining room and the "retro-tropical" colors in the painting really caught my eye and screamed "My place in life is above a cement dining table!". I heard you loud and clear, painting.
Now I'm just on the hunt to find the perfect Malibu beach house to execute on this vision. Donations are gladly accepted.
I'm always hesitant towards anything overly pink but lately I've been loving the look of a subtle and muted blush. It's like a low-dose pink for those of us fearful of accidentally creating a life-size Barbie Dream Home. Used sparingly, blush elements can add a cozy and inviting pop of warmth among neutral or cooler tones.
Here's a collection of some of my favorite blush accents of late.
I know, I know, the chair isn't technically blush but I just love it so much and I've been waiting forever to use it in a post. And just look how WELL does it go with this tone!