Entries in boho (26)

Friday
Oct202017

Haute Bohemians

If there is one book you should buy this year (or put on your Christmas list), it is this one. Hand down my favourite book. Maybe ever. The title Haute Bohemians could not be more perfect. This is bohemian with a glam factor, in some of the most beautiful homes in some of the most beautiful countries in the world. Layers upon layers, textiles and patterns and colours in the most unexpected combinations. Antiques, oddities, vintage pieces you won't see anywhere else. One of my favourite photographers is responsible for this book - Miguel Flores-Vianna. Miguel traveled to four continents to capture the homes of some very creative people. Artist Alexander Twombly's farmhouse and studio in Italy, textile designer Nathalie Farman-Farma's London home, landscape designer Madison Cox's home in Tangier, decorator Gert Voorjans' home in Antwerp and many more. This book will soon become dog-eared as I have already flipped through it several times since it arrived in my mailbox. Thank you Vendome Press! (Amazon link here)

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Wednesday
Oct112017

The London home of Bentley Hagen Hall

 Bentley Hagen Hall is the U.K.-based architectural and interior design practice of Louis Hagen Hall and Catherine Verna Bentley, and this is their London home. It may be compact but it's loaded with bohemian, mid-century style and is an absolute delight to the eyes. Photos: India Hobson.

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Tuesday
Oct102017

An eclectic cottage 

What a fun cottage this is! All kinds of vintage awesomeness throughout this home creating quite and eclectic vibe. A bit a bit mid-century mod, a bit shabby chic, a bit granny cool. I love the unexpected. By Brighton based Black Parrots Studio

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Friday
Sep292017

Bohemian in the East Village

A little bohemian for your afternoon in this East Village apartment by Jill Danyelle of Verdoier. Fabulous neutral colour palette of mostly white and wicker and wood. 

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Saturday
Sep092017

Working on a Saturday

How could you ever call it work if where you made your living was as lovely as this fashion showroom? Laure de Sagazan Studio in New York by LOT.

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