Boho means eclectic, and eclectic often means affordable, as a collection of multi-sourced, funky objects that can be picked up for a song at garage sales and thrift stores. Henderson says that 70-80 percent of the decor in this Boho-meets-Scandi Atlanta living/dining room was picked up at vintage stores.
A light palette helps this small nursery feel bright and open. Then, for visual interest, designers brought in a colorful Moroccan rug (so soft for bare feet) and a vintage macramé wall-hanging to fill the wall over the crib.
Light blue walls work wonders in this teen girl's room, creating a relaxing atmosphere for reading or doing homework. A palm-print tryptic adds interest to the bed, as well as complements the other boho touches, like the woven throw and ombre ottoman.
Texture brings so much stylish fun to this nursery, from the wallpapered accent wall to the vintage macramé wall-hanging to the Moroccan rug. The light palette keeps the small room from feeling cluttered.
Semi-Private Courtyard With Comfortable Reading Chair
To welcome guests into this newly redesigned home, a low-walled courtyard transformed what was once a stark patch of gravel into an inviting, semi-private outdoor room with soft lighting to illuminate the space at night.
On the back porch, a pair of swinging daybeds topped with kilim pillows add a playful, laid-back feel to the space creating the perfect spot for relaxing. For additional seating, colorful butterfly-style chairs face the pool and make the space more functional.