bohemian modern meets rustic.
by victoria comment

8/19/19

industrial vintage typewriter desk. / sfgirlbybay

since i’m moving to a smaller cottage in laguna beach, i’ve been eying some different looks, hunting for some new inspiration to decorate my space (my very favorite part about moving!). i’d like a little bit of a rustic look to fit the cottage, but nothing too far gone, if you know what i mean. i’m seeking more of an eclectic mix of high/low and vintage meets modern — nothing too country about it. and i’m aiming to keep the color palette rather neutral — black, white, natural woods and some soft grays, too. that could change as i narrow down my look, but at the moment here’s some interesting ideas of what i’d call bohemian modern meets rustic.

rustic wood side table and vintage portrait painting. / sfgirlbybay

whitewashed living room with platform sofa and exposed beamed ceiling. / sfgirlbybay

rustic cabinet with glass cloches. / sfgirlbybay

rustic bohemian modern decor inspiration. / sfgirlbybay

rustic vintage painted gray buffet table. / sfgirlbybay

a-frame bedroom with vintage desk set. / sfgirlbybay

vintage desk set. / sfgirlbybay

white slipcovered sofa. / sfgirlbybay

rustic industrial kitchen with natural materials. / sfgirlbybay

rustic bohemian modern home decor inspiration. / sfgirlbybay

rustic french doors. / sfgirlbybay

whitewashed bedroom with exposed beam ceilings and vintage chandelier. / sfgirlbybay

rustic cabinet with glass doors in dining room. / sfgirlbybay

• photography credits in order of appearance: maven collective typewriter table; stylist kendra smoot’s marin home via rip and tan; k studio; kraut kopf; @___kontrast_reich___; vintage mirrored shelf from maven collective; martyn thompson studio; flame product; an abundance of; alabaster trader; light locations; domino; lantliv; kraut kopf; @mavencollectpdx; rue; megan morton’s home via the design files; openhouse magazine; vintage desk via maven collective; gardenista; my paradissi; stylist kendra smoot’s marin home via rip and tan; vintage baguette board from food52; lili in wonderland; coco lapine; nonagon; the shopkeepers; domino; expressen; the line; mon coach deco; openhouse magazine; vintage bamboo etagere from super marché; french doors via This is Home: The Art of Simple Living book by Natalie Walton; light locations; @solveigsdotter.

5 responses to “bohemian modern meets rustic.”

  1. Would you share images of your cottage? Would love to see it now, then again as you furnish it, and as a completed space. I think I will die with curiosity if we have to wait until it’s all done.

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