modern global.
by Chelsea Jackson comment


hanging woven straw pendant light shades. / sfgirlbybay

As is always the case, lately I’ve found myself hankering to get away somewhere exotic. With no specific locale in mind and no plans to whisk myself away any time soon, a little global interior inspiration will have to tide me over for the time being. Enter: all of the Moroccan textiles, South American woven fixtures, and African mud-cloth my heart can handle. Since eclectic styling is making a comeback, it’s no wonder that well-traveled, internationally curated rooms would top my list of drool-worthy spaces.

Do you have a favorite modern global look?

xx, chelsea

moroccan bench in white-washed entryway. / sfgirlbybay

globally inspired bedroom with woven textiles. / sfgirlbybay

bedroom with minimalist global decor. / sfgirlbybay

moroccan and global inspired home decor. / sfgirlbybay

white-painted rock bedroom walls with woven jute rug floor rugs. / sfgirlbybay

woven details in minimalist living room. / sfgirlbybay

globally inspired home decor. / sfgirlbybay

hammock with long fringe. / sfgirlbybay

bedroom with natural, global elements. / sfgirlbybay

calming bedroom with armed nooks and natural wood post bed frame. / sfgirlbybay

• photography credits in order of appearance: Louise Roche; Jeltje Janmaat for Couleur Locale; Georg Roske for Casa Cook Rhodes; bungalow classic; cote maison; San Giorgio Mykonos via my paradissi; Danielle de Lange; heredwelling & Leanne Ford Interiors; Carley Rudd courtesy of Croft House; yoli & otis; casa cook; Bart Honingh; casa cook by Annabell KutucuPatrick Cline for Lonny; Benjamin Holtrop; casa vogue; riad dar-k by lily rose.

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