Sunny days ahead: Opalhouse designed with the Jungalow Outdoor Collection


Here in Southern California, we just had one of the biggest rainstorms we’ve seen in years! It’s been two weeks, and now that the sun is back, the air is fresh, and everything is green and lively, I really crave more time outside. If you’re also looking to ditch those rain boots, get outside, and feel the grass between your toes, I’ve got just the thing for you (well… stuff, plural): The Newest Opal House Designed with Jungalow Outdoor gathering at Target! We have outdoor seating, cushions, flowers and mini flowers in this collection. So, dust off those sunnies, grab a wide-brimmed hat, and let’s get into all the madness!

I love this bright and bold sunny moment of it rattan pod, sun pillow and outdoor matching sun pillow. The yellow stripes on the pod cushions remind me of the striped umbrellas I used to see when I lived in Italy—there’s something so timeless and fun about the classic stripe. And the chunky pom pom hat on top of the capsule has to be one of my favorite design details in this collection. It gives limoncello vibes!

For this collection, I wanted to bring earthy tones and organic shapes to the fore—especially in the shape of planters. Plants and plants are a great way to create visual interest in any outdoor area. They can also be used to delimit space, make a sterile space (such as a concrete porch) more lively, and can be used to help plants that may need a little more TLC to become mobile, rather than stationary in the ground, if their light and watering needs differ from those of their indoor plant neighbors. Earth. For those of us who may not have any outdoor space around our homes, planters are the best way to bring the outdoors indoors! Indoor plants add a lot of life, color and dimension to any room. these Clay farmers They come in two shapes and sizes and are the perfect pot for large indoor or outdoor plants. I also love the wavy pattern on it light blue planter Reminds me of ripples in a body of water. pepper plants and lanterns In different sizes, and at different heights (like above this Wavy side table) not only guides your eye across the space, but it also creates a layered look that you can coordinate either indoors or out.

Topanga club chair | pink planter | 10″ terracotta planter |15 clay planter

This is a perfect feeling!!! I have a not-so-secret love of style, but did you know I also love a matching style moment? Duplicate the same pattern on multiple surfaces, as we did here on sun umbrellaAnd pillows And Ceramic side table, is a great way to create cohesion and add an unexpected twist to the ’60s and ’70s when people often had the same print or pattern on curtains, sofas, and table linens. Kind of a modern twist on a vintage trend.

If you want to be more subtle about a matching style moment, or you just don’t have much outdoor space and want to try this trend indoors, you can pair Aqua printed pillows with the Blue plant stand And Aqua planter (Love the price point, btw…only $20!).

It is always difficult to pick a favorite from a file Opal House Designed with Jungalow drop, but I think this umbrella It might be one of my favorites from this collection! The pattern (which I created by taking elements from one of my paintings and digitally stitching them together), the fringe, and the fact that it tilts so you can adjust the angle to block the sun as it moves through the sky, all make me happy!

Thank you so much for joining me on this sunny adventure! I can’t wait to get a mojito (or two!) here. If you’re ready for some weird outdoorsy vibes, check out the Opalhouse Designed With Jungalow collection here.

Photo by Jenna Pevely



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