Baja-Inspired Dining Room

Our last post gave a look at our trip to Baja California's Valle de Guadalupe and we're not done raving about it yet (just ask our friends)!! Mexico's wine country left us mesmerized and we couldn't help but create this Baja-inspired dining room moodboard of our own. From its seaside towns to its valley vineyards, Baja is known for it's fresh, colorful cuisine. Fish tacos, lobster, ceviche, veggies and local wines and cheeses make the emerging farm-to-table dining experience one to keep you wanting more! In addition to the delicious food, we fell hard for Baja's laid-back, rustic charm. Rusty desert tones, wrought iron accents and beautifully aged textiles create stylish spaces that feel comfortable and inviting, much like Baja itself!

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Iron Candelabra // Terracotta Hexagon Tile // Hmong Batik Pillow (similar) // Vintage Striped Cloth Pillow // Striped Mud Cloth Pillow // Silverlake Dinnerware // Matera Napkins // Orange Tulips Wall Art // Rustic Wood Frame // Sea Salt Candle // Plain Weave Sweater Wool Rug // Moroccan Hand-Knotted Rug // Bradding Dining Table // Vase with Magnolia Branch // Upholstered Side Chair (similar)



Americana-Inspired Dining Room

We'll be celebrating our love for the USA all weekend long and we're kicking things off with a modern and sophisticated take on an Americana inspired dining room. For this "farmhouse chic" look we blended traditional elements with modern accessories. Rose gold accents are a soft alternative to the typical red hue, while sticking with classic white place settings and denim blues gives that nostalgic All-American feel.