the new bohemians.
new bohemians just don’t care about rules. they mix, they match, they throw caution to the wind when it comes to decorating their spaces. much like this victorian mantel from lonny mixes well with with modern art, there’s just no method to the madness — and no era is off-limits. the new bohemia is a modern mix of mid-century modern, contemporary, vintage, antiques, and even very urban, industrial pieces.
It’s a collection of pieces found and cherished like these from pia jane bijkerk and milk magazine, passed down from family, and combined with new home furnishings you’ve finally splurged on. i think when you decorate and surround yourself with things you love, you’ll finally create a home you always wanted. is there something special you’ve kept in the mix, even though it may seem off-kilter? i’ll bet it’s one of your favorites. i bet you’ll have it forever.
there’s so much going on here, and i love it all — from an industrial looking dining table to a 70’s inspired brass chandelier to what i believe to be antique chippendale chairs, via sköna hem.
a velvet sofa uncharacteristically mixes well with some modern cube tables and some industrial looking vintage botanical charts; and stylist lili diallo mixes up mid-century modern with a fancy chandelier for domino.
a victorian tufted sofa mixed with modern art and a plethora of print pillows, via josef frank via sköna hem.
love this stark white bedroom combined with vintage bentwood cafe chairs and modern wall sconces, from bo bedre.