We all know the mansions that pass as holiday shacks in the Hamptons. For most of us they are dream houses, the stuff of fantasies. Today I’m not quite dreaming of a mansion, more of a simpler building (yes I know it’s probably in the estate of such a mansion but let me hold on to this dream just a little longer), a boho barn. Love the cerused oak walls, the block print fabrics, the kantha quilts used to upholster the sofa and how things change around the room from shot to shot. A wonderful daydream by .
It’s what I say time and time again (join me if you want) … if you have to drag your sorry self into work on a weekend it helps if it’s somewhere super stylish. Amanu West Hollywood (bespoke leather sandles while you wait) by .
Photography by Stephen Busken
I’m stalking an unassuming Art Deco home in the Melbourne suburb of Elsternwick. Unassuming from the outside that is. The interiors have be transformed by interior designer into a Moroccan meets boho home packed with style and personality. Link while it lasts.
Bohemian style is trendy all over the world, including Brazil as seen in this bright, casual home designed by . Lots of white, comfy furnishings, painted brick and sweet little courtyards have me swooning.
As eclectic and creative as its owner, photographer and film director Cindy Sherman, this East Hampton home by is funky, fab and free spirited. Another great example of traditional with a twist where the textiles, rugs and wallcoverings are the heroes. Country chic that is unpretentious and comfortable.
Photography by Jason Schmidt for Architectural Digest