We want to talk all things bold and textured! I don’t know about you guys, but we have been all about that neutral life. There’s nothing wrong with a nice neutral living space or outfit, but we’re learning it’s okay to be bold too! You’ve probably noticed it too, but fun colors and textures are all the rave these days.
Let’s talk texture, I’m sure we’re already on the same wavelength since we’re BFF’s and all but let’s just chat about it. When it comes to texture we’re talking beads, fringe, knit, macrame, rattan, wicker, tufting and more.
One of our fave examples of texture and bold color is the Opalhouse Collection at Target. The minute I saw everything from the rattan chairs to the peacock sheets, I fell in love with this line. Scroll through some of our favorite pieces below! Click on any image to shop it! I can’t wait for the day I can get my hands on that scalloped rattan chair.
So I think we’re all pretty aware that Target is the greatest store known to woman by now, right?! Well last summer they came through yet again when I wanted to redecorate our sunroom. First of all, how fun is this fringy pillow and blanket. Talk about bold! They also had the perfect black rattan pieces to go with the wicker furniture I spray painted black. I debated on picking up the mirror for about a month and finally snagged it. Who doesn’t wanna make sure raccoon eyes aren’t an issue after a swim sesh?!
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Another thing I was inspired by was this fun romper that I picked up at Target last summer. I’ve always been afraid of bolder colors especially when it comes to clothing. But I put this little number on and felt confident in it!
Jenne’s Color + Texture Inspo
Jenne has this color thing down with her burgundy side table, colorful pillows, and green accents. Not only are these items colorful, but look at that texture! The burgundy table is resting on a beautifully knit rug. This pillow arrangement is #goals if you ask me, with this velvet blue and furry blush ensemble.