Trending Now: Organic Materials Meet Jewel Tones

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We love embracing an unexpected combination for the ultimate effect, and this trend alert does just that! Jewel tone colors evoke a regal feel and all-things indulgence, but when you combine these heavy color tones with the light and airy feel of natural materials, the result is a room that truly stands apart. So choose a few colors from this jewel-toned palette that speak to you and pair them with natural elements for the ultimate duo.


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Jewel tones have always charmed decorators for the way they can add instant decadence and sophistication to a space. Unsure of what counts as a jewel tone? Think colors that are rich and deep in tone: indigo, purple, orange, red, green and pink, just to name a few. Of course, the classic tones from the typical jewels like emeralds, sapphires and rubies are great starting points as well. We’ve been seeing plenty of jewel-toned wall colors, so if you’re wanting a bold accent wall or a new revamp to a room, coating your walls in a deep sapphire blue or bright orange could make all the difference. A hippie-chic style is guaranteed with a bold color choice like a jewel tone for a starting point. For a less permanent take on the trend, do your floors in a variety of jewel tones with a richly colored rug. This Jaipur Miso Rug features a geometric accent pattern as well for a modern take on the jewel tone trend. For a solid colored rug, try Jaipur's Town Rug in purple or Seagrove Rug in teal for a fun pop of texture as well. Jewel-toned rugs can also play with patterns and palettes with a bold mix of hues. We love the Loloi Nadia or Cielo Rugs.


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Whether you’re fully embracing the jewel-toned trend or just dipping your toe in the bright colored pool, the key is to embrace the mix and match of the trend. Pick a contrasting color scheme like blue and yellow or red and green for a play on color that will set the tone of the room. To balance out the bright colors of the space, the key is to mix in natural texture. Organic materials bring a raw element to the space that will make the room feel more lived-in and natural. Try a table with a slightly raw edge like Jonathan Charles' Dark Oak Coffee Table and contrast the natural elements with a jewel-toned lamp like the Currey & Company Pinnate Lamp. For another fun take on the trend, try a bright jewel piece like this Demilune Storage Cabinet finished in bright yellow and pair it with natural elements like the Regina Andrew Alice Vase and Wooden Links Centerpiece.


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These combinations mix the unexpected for a look that is both modern chic and traditional. Bold and bright jewel-toned pieces find their perfect match with natural and eco-friendly decor items. The key is to embrace the fun combinations for a look that is truly of-the-moment and on-trend!


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