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HOW TO STYLE :: A BOHEMIAN LIVING ROOM MAKEOVER

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Since returning from Morocco with lots of treasures, I’ve been wanting to have friends over to put them to good use! But our average living room scene just wouldn’t do these items justice – I wanted to give the space a bohemian makeover so my girls could experience a taste of Morocco themselves! So, together with a little […]

10 responses on “HOW TO STYLE :: A BOHEMIAN LIVING ROOM MAKEOVER

  1. Taste of France

    Great transformation! I have treasures from travels all over, and they really catch people’s eye. Carved chairs from Lamu. A three-foot-tall fisherman statue from Santo Domingo. A Dogon door from Mali. Textiles from Turkey and Morocco. They aren’t what you expect amid the French antiques–yeah, you can go boho with antiques as well as with MCM 🙂

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  2. Stefanie

    While I would never consider my style Bohemian, I absolutely LOVE that the ‘collected chic’ look is in style. I traveled all over with my flight attendant mom picking up beautiful pieces, and sometimes I feel weird putting them out because it might look too busy. But here you made it look so warm and inviting! I will have to un wrap those moroccan tea glasses I bought and put them on display soon! Thank you!

    -Stefanie
    http://www.thestylesafari.com

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HOME TOUR :: URBANE BOHEMIAN CHARM

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The next time my boyfriend asks me to make the case for white walls in our home, I’m showing him this house. A space that feels entirely lived in, eclectic, a bit like visiting your insanely chic but crazy grandma, and completely comfortable. We’ll call it urbane bohemian… A space where global textiles meet classic chintz […]

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  1. Stefanie

    Haha I love all of these but I have to admit I had to read the first sentence twice. I was like… wait, her boyfriend DOESN’T want white walls? Mine complains and begs and pleads everytime I want to paint a wall. “what about re-sale value” blah blah blah… anyway, forget your boyfriend, I think you made the case for me!!

    -Stefanie
    http://www.thestylesafari.com

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  2. Taste of France

    I don’t think they set out to do this. I think it just happened, evolved. They have a sense of what they like and that gives the result a kind of harmony. As you say, without that strong sense, it could easily turn into a hot mess.
    I don’t know whether those are rugs on the wall (the shot with the lamp and chair), but they look heavy (unlike the one in the living room) and I am wondering how they managed to hang them.

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  3. Erin Belmore

    It’s beautiful. I want to achieve the same look of the place in my own bedroom too. I’m always in love with Bohemian style and even in just in my room, I want to feel and experience the look of it. Thanks for giving me ideas about it. I really love it.

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GET THE LOOK :: DARK BOHEMIAN

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Layered textiles, loads of plantlife, and worn woods are the building blocks to bohemian style. But recently, I’ve noticed one more twist: The dark bohemian. Ok, so this corner might be a bit over-dramatic, but it’s the perfect example of what I’m talking about. Layers, and layers, and layers of textiles. Wall hangings. Plants. See? Quintessential bohemian, with a […]

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  1. Heather P.

    I keep hearing that it gets dark and cloudy here in Seattle, so I can’t wait for that to happen so I can start to experiment with this kind of look more! I love how deep and cozy it all is!

    But alas, it’s bright, sunny, and HOT today. Nothing cozy about that. 😉

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CHANNELING :: BRIGITTE BARDOT IN ST. TROPEZ

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Everyone needs a good muse once in a while to spark some creative direction in our lives, and for me, this summer it’s definitely Brigitte Bardot’s bohemian St. Tropez style… The combination of every type of woven – crochet, macrame, wicker, you name it – is spot on for my summer styling. 1. rattan lanterns // 2. tassel and […]

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  1. Molly Bridget

    Mine’s Brigitte too! Growing up, my name in French class was Brigitte because of my middle name. Her hair is making me want to grow mine out for late summer/early fall when the temps drop and the Houston humidity isn’t quite so horrid!

    I love the crochet suit and the mat!! Thanks for the inspo 🙂

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  2. CC

    I love all of these. I adore crochet, knit, macrame. And I especially love her dress. Actually I’m kind of wearing a similar dress to that as we speak. I think I might have to get that hat!

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IN THE DETAILS :: ORGANIC WOOD ACCENTS

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I don’t know if many of you follow my friend & blogger, Justina Blakeney, but this inspirational gal has just released a stunning, colorful new book called The New Bohemians profiling the lives and homes of fellow boho spirits, and I’m thrilled to bring you a peek at what’s inside today! While there are many design elements throughout the book that […]

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  1. Emily Katz

    So excited that you love the images from the book of our home! We made those driftwood lights ourselves.
    Justina sure captured the best parts of our home.

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