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E9 Shop the Look: Mid Mod Meets Jasmine Roth

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You guys, I had so much fun scouring my shop, The Warehouse by Jasmine Roth, for the Mid-Century Meets Jasmine Roth episode of Hidden Potential!  Mid-century design is full of organic shapes and materials, with a nod to the Bauhaus principle of form following functionality.  (Sorry; I have to get a little design-nerdy every now and then.)

Check out these organic, fully functional AND fabulous finds that helped to make MJ and Mike feel instantly comfortable in their new, modern mid-century home.

  1. Happy Bamboo Bowl, set of 2 – I mean, seriously, if these bowls don’t make you feel happy, then I don’t know what does!
  2. Bret Natural Seagrass Rug – Great for use in any room of the house, seagrass is naturally antibacterial, and also a cool layering piece.
  3. Kona Triple Bench – The strong lines of this bench mimic the horizontal pattern used on the custom fence in the front yard;  plus, benches are so multifunctional that I like to try and include them in all my designs.
  4. Clay Boxes, set of 2 – The texture and warmth of these boxes add appeal to any design vignette.
  5. Seagrass Large Natural Basket – More seagrass!  This natural material is such a great neutral, while also lending cool texture to any room.
  6. Mongolian Rug – Use this “rug” on the floor, thrown over a bench, or layered with pillows on the couch. It instantly cozies up any room.

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