on trend: desert living.
by victoria comment

9/8/20

on trend: desert living / sfgirlbybay

one of the places i imagine getting away to during this covid quarantine is the desert. its wide open, clear sky open spaces seem like the perfect getaway. not too many people around, desert and palm trees for miles around — as long as i’ve got a pool to beat the heat i think it could be quite nice. a lot of people i know have been buying property out there and still quite inexpensively — joshua tree and areas beyond palm springs are gaining lots of popularity of late. it would appear to be the latest trend in real estate, especially for fixer-uppers, so i thought i’d imagine what a desert abode might look like. laid back living in simply decorated but cozy, relaxing spaces. enjoy the escape!

on trend: desert living / sfgirlbybay

on trend: desert living / sfgirlbybay

on trend: desert living / sfgirlbybay

cactus with tiny floral blooms. / sfgirlbybay

on trend: desert living / sfgirlbybay

woven headboard and unique floor lamps with fiber lampshades. / sfgirlbybay

bamboo lounge chair and terrazzo floors. / sfgirlbybay

desert landscape photo. / sfgirlbybay

natural decor details inspired by the desert. / sfgirlbybay

on trend: desert living / sfgirlbybay

coachella inspired imagery. / sfgirlbybay

cacti and small trees against white wall. / sfgirlbybay

rattan vintage chairs with throw pillows and faux fur. / sfgirlbybay

simple stairwell with natural elements and framed art prints. / sfgirlbybay

• photography credits in order of appearance: sheila man photography; sheila man photography; fantastic frank; studio 903; fantastic frank; neu.boheme; casa vogue; canggu; cindy hattersley design; Hôtel Doisy; home dsgn; ideacoration@pamelalove; patrick mcgrath design; the poplar; neuboheme; the daily edited; dwell magazineapartment therapy; architectural digest espana; joshua tree print by almost makes perfect via society6; aqquindex; Decor print by artist Sarah Eisenlohr via society6; vintage industrial style; studio 903; george nelson sling sofa from 1st dibs; gravity home; solebich; indian summer print by jane wilder via pottery barn; diydekoideenwit & delight; @sasha_burns; the socialite family.

2 responses to “on trend: desert living.”

  1. The desert is my favorite landscape. So open, still, and beautiful. I grew up in Arizona and now in Oregon but the desert is in my blood!
    I love the photo of the cacti in front of the white wall. It actually is very calming. I must visit Joshua tree and palm desert!

  2. This makes me miss the Palm Springs area so much…one of our favorites is Korakia Pensione and these really evoke it for me. Hopefully one day in the future…

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