Yountville Woven Abaca Pendant by Serena & Lily
I can finally share my little secret with you all. It’s just that I get really excited about new décor, and I’ve been patiently waiting to share with you…
Last week I received this new light fixture from Serena & Lily, and I’m soooo thrilled with how it looks in my dining nook!
I didn’t want to share it immediately, because I wanted you all to get the full effect of it, plus I still needed to declutter from the holidays, believe it or not, haha!
This pendant is actually woven Abaca macramé and in the evening when it’s lit, it gives off the most divine mandala pattern on the ceiling and walls!
I had to google Abaca, because I’d never heard of it, but it’s a natural fiber from the Philippines similar to hemp and banana leaves.
And it’s just about time to share my simple table top décor that I have in place for the month of February. A few fresh flowers gets me in the mood for love, no really, it just gets me in a good mood!
A few heart-shaped desserts not only look amazing, but taste so yummy too! Be sure to check back tomorrow for this very budget-friendly no-bake dessert idea. It’s so easy!
In addition to this super beachy Yountville Woven Pendant over my table, I’ve incorporated some of my other favorite Serena & Lily items for this look.
A set of three Amana Brass Candlesticks
Navy Blue Gingham Napkins
Round Raffia Placemats
Riviera Side Chairs
I’m so happy with the coastal charm that this pendant adds to the room. It’s over-sized and really makes a statement, and it’s even visible from the front door, so you can see it when you walk into the house.
I originally had my eye on this pendant , but when I saw the picture below on pinterest, I was smitten with the Yountville style!
Don’t forget to check back tomorrow for my easy valentine dessert ideas!
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Disclaimer: I received some of these Serena & Lily items for free and all opinions are truly my own.