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If you have a boho bone in your body, prepare yourself to fall in love with the nursery Justina Blakeney, a self-described "designer and maker, mover and shaker" (love that!) and popular blogger, created for her baby girl, due in July. Blakeney transformed her walk-in closet into a bohemian, girlie, and truly inspiring space for her lil one. "I love to mix handmade, modern, vintage, and international pieces," says Blakeney. "Our little nursery contains of all of these things: pieces from our travels, hand-me-downs, thrifted finds, hand-crafted elements, and a few modern pieces from Tottini to give the nursery a fresh feel. We also have worked hard to keep the nursery green. We have wooden and bamboo toys, upcycled pieces like our closet bars that used to hold pots and pans in our kitchen and the curtains that used to be a tablecloth." Keep reading for all the hippie-chic details.
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We're Coachella-bent on festival dressing these days, and loving the new editorial from H&M, which features the lovely Jacquelyn Jablonski playing the role of musician in these shots by photographer Alexi Lubomirski. Click our slideshow to see her go effortlessly from polished looks to fringe-laden boho outfits.
Happy Valentine's Day! I'd be remiss if I didn't share at least one romantic bedroom look on this most cuddly of all holidays, wouldn't I? Today, I'm inspired by Minneapolis artist Amy Rice's painting Nice Tomato (in the upper left-hand corner). It has such a vintage, country charm to it that I decided to crib from its color palette for a sweet, boho bedroom. To get this romantic, bohemian look, I started by layering rich reds (as seen in the painting's old school bike and tomato) with dreamy light blues (as seen in the painting's sky and heroine's dress). My favorite choice for rich red rugs is the Topo No. 2 Rug ($965 and up), which introduces an underfoot addition of the rich, passionate color. To get the bed's look, start with organic cotton sheets from Charles P. Rogers to dress the Italian Campaign Canopy Bed ($1,250). Add a Tonal Waterfall Ruffle Duvet Cover ($150) and a variety of throw pillows that reflect the palette. Overhead, hang a Santa & Cole White Wood Leonardo Chandelier ($1600). To shop the rest of the look, click on each image.
While bohemian style has been a mainstay in the interior design world for years now, this latest incarnation sees the boho look lose its scruff, and go for a more polished presentation. Mixing bold artwork, hand-dyed textiles, eclectic accents, and more traditional larger pieces of furniture, this look is a definite pleaser.
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It makes sense that a movie with "imaginarium" in the title would have some decorating inspiration within. Most famous for being the last movie Heath Ledger made before his death, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus comes out in limited release on Dec. 25. Until then, I'm finding myself moved by all the magical, madcap, carnival-inspired set design. Here's how to put that inspiration to use in your decor.
Even if she's only in her casa for a minimal amount of time, given her globetrotting habits, she'll still be happy to return to a home decorated with a present from her thoughtful friend.
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Psst. Here's a cool styling trick I use every Summer: wear bohemian baubles. Not only do they trick people into thinking that you've just returned from some exotic vacay, but these colorful, ethnic-inspired adornments are also my favorite way to spice up any ensemble. To achieve this look, I suggest choosing jewels with natural material such as beads or fabric fibers like this Turquoise Catherine Michiels Lotus Pendant Silk Tie ($110). Did you know the sculpted sterling silver lotus pendant is a symbol of peace and purity? Cool. Sign up for a chance to win it . . .
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