For my outfit: I wore a linen pencil skirt with white piping and paired it with my favorite white t-shirt. You can never have too many good white t-shirts! When I find a brand that I love, I make sure to buy a few (and in different colors). I topped it off with another one of my staples: a chunky tortoise shell necklace. Finally, I put on a pair of my favorite camel-colored wedges with a brown buckle.
This is a great outfit for Sunday brunch, date night with Chris OR a girl’s wine night out.
For this sun room: my client loves creams, really anything light, neutral and classically elegant. The key to designing a neutral room is to add textures and pattern to create depth and visual interest. If you have a neutral room with all the same color scheme and textures, it will come across bland or cold. Hence why I selected a chair fabric in a neutral ivory and camel color scheme but in a circular pattern, which creates warmth and excitement while still in a neutral color scheme. The rich mocha tweed pillows also warm up the chairs without being an overwhelming pop of color.
The style of these chairs is interesting. Still in the cream , these jenny chairs are an absolute favorite style of mine. The spindle backs, arms and legs adds style to the space while still in a crisp antique white finish. And of course the beautiful cotton/linen blend embroidered drapery panels in a medium size embroidered diamond pattern are still quiet in color but a loud statement of warmth and softness in this space. They are the icing on this yummy cake! So think about layering your space with varying textures and patterns and different shades of neutral instead of layering with lots of color, if you are going for the nice and neutral look. You can do it!