Right here in southern California, we simply had one of many largest rain storms we’ve had in years! It lasted a few weeks and now that the solar is again, the air is recent, and every thing is inexperienced and vibrant, I’m actually craving spending extra time outdoors. For those who’re additionally trying ahead to ditching these rain boots, getting outdoors, and feeling the grass in between your toes, I’ve simply the factor (effectively… issues, plural) for you: the most recent Opalhouse Designed with Jungalow out of doors assortment at Goal! We’ve bought out of doors seating, pillows, planters, and pom poms on this assortment. So mud off these sunnies, seize a large brimmed hat, and let’s get into all this jungaliciousness!
I’m loving this brilliant and daring sunny second that includes our rattan pod , solar pouf and matching out of doors solar pillow. The yellow stripes on the pod cushions remind me of striped awnings I used to see after I lived in Italy – there’s one thing so timeless and enjoyable a couple of traditional stripe. And the chunky pom pom hat on high of the pod has bought to be one in every of my favourite design particulars on this assortment. It’s giving limoncello vibes!
For this assortment, I needed to deliver earthy tones and natural shapes to the forefront – particularly within the type of planters. Planters & vegetation are SUCH a good way to create visible curiosity in any out of doors space. They can be used to outline an area, make an in any other case sterile house (like a concrete balcony) extra alive, and so they can be utilized to assist vegetation that may want just a little extra TLC develop into cell, quite than stationary within the floor, if their mild and watering wants are completely different than their plant neighbors which might be within the floor. And for these of us who might not have any out of doors house round our houses, planters are one of the simplest ways to deliver the outside in! Indoor vegetation add a lot life, coloration, and dimension to any room. These terracotta planters are available in a few sizes and shapes and are the proper vessel for giant indoor or out of doors vegetation. I additionally love the wavy sample on the mild blue planter – jogs my memory of ripples in a physique of water. Peppering botanicals and lanterns in varied sizes, and at completely different heights (like on high of this wavy facet desk) not solely guides your eye throughout the house nevertheless it additionally creates a layered look that you could curate both indoors or out.
This can be a entire vibe!!! I’ve a not-so-secret love for sample, however do you know that I additionally love a matchy matchy sample second? Having the identical sample repeat on a number of surfaces, like we did right here on the solar umbrella, pillows and ceramic facet desk, is a good way to create cohesion and provides an sudden throw again to the 60s and 70s when people usually had the identical print or sample on their curtains, sofas, and desk linens. Form of a contemporary twist on a classic development.
If you wish to go just a little extra delicate when it comes to a matchy matchy patterned second, otherwise you don’t have an enormous out of doors house, and need to do that development indoors, you may pair the aqua printed pillows with the blue plant stand and aqua planter (loving the value level, btw… solely $20!).
It’s all the time exhausting for me to decide on a favourite merchandise from a Opalhouse Designed with Jungalow drop, however I feel this umbrella may be ONE of my faves from this assortment! The sample (which I created by taking components from one in every of my work and digitally piecing them collectively), the perimeter, and the truth that it tilts so you may angle it to dam the solar because it strikes by the sky simply make me completely satisfied!
Thanks a lot for becoming a member of me on this sunny journey! Can’t wait to have a mojito (or two!) out right here. For those who’re prepared for some jungalicious out of doors vibes, take a look at the Opalhouse Designed With Jungalow assortment right here.
Photographs by Jenna Peffley