Designer Lisa Bakamis created the dream retreat of every teenage girl in the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 soaking lounge. A clawfoot tub is the perfect spot for a post-soccer practice bubble bath. The fun, feminine setting is her own boutique salon, where she can experiment with makeup, hairstyles and fashion.
A beautiful ceramic lamp tops the funky nightstand in this transitional bedroom, bringing a splash of color to the space. A tie-dyed throw pillows complements the lamp while adding a touch of bohemian flair to the design.
Rich purple walls create a sense of depth in this contemporary home office. A patterned rug with a tie-dye look complements the walls, and other furnishings are kept neutral so as not to make the space feel overdone.
A petrified and distressed wood horse sculpture creates a striking focal point on the hall console table that also includes a pair of bronze metal globe table lamps, fresh flowers and a tie-dye storage box with white stitching.
A set of rolling frosted-glass doors slide apart to reveal two kid's bedrooms next to one another and slide together to give each side some privacy. On the boy's side, a blue tie-dye bedspread gives dynamic energy to the space.
Transom windows and tiered coco bead chandeliers draw attention to the tall ceilings, visually adding height to this dining room. Blue tie dye curtains inject some playfulness into this formal dining area. Tall wingback chairs command attention instead of being dwarfed by the lofty ceiling.
White-framed windows and wooden glass doors let in the light in this cottage sunroom. A white sofa and chaise lounge provide seating over the hardwood floor and tan rug. Square whicker stools sit next to the natural wood coffee table, and blue tie-dye throw pillows add color to the neutral room.
Treated and stained driftwood stands on display as a sculptural piece of art that adds an organic textural element to this coastal modern foyer. A refurbished antique bench gets a bohemian update with indigo tie dye pillows. The photo of rippled sand calls to mind again the coastal inspiration for this space.
Eclectic and organic, this mid-century modern living room is relaxed, a little boho, and invites earthy conversation. A macrame wall hanging mixes with a stone fireplace surround and tie-dye pillows, bringing an eclectic and bohemian vibe that carries throughout the house. White walls create a streamlined backdrop that pulls the spaces together.
The formality of this cozy bedroom with its Thibaut through Duralee Chang Toile covering the walls and ceiling is balanced by a fun almost tie-dye rug says designer Jena Salmon. “When you do something so traditional, I think it really needs a punch of funk on it,” says Salmon of that statement rug.