I have this fascination with all things bohemian. I really thought I would outgrow this “phase”, but it has definitely stuck with me. To me the bohemian lifestyle represents a carefree world, one full of adventures and the unpredictable. A life of letting go of all our burdens and embracing what we already have.
The above photo was found on pinterest and shows a full on bohemian setting. Rich fabrics, printed textiles and fringe are key elements of this room.
Another way to add a hint of bohemian chic is to hang interesting lanterns in different shapes, styles and colors. These can live anywhere in your home. From your living room or bedroom to an outdoor balcony or porch.
Pillows and cushions featuring festive embroideries add a nice element to a living room sofa and chairs. If you have a small home, large floor cushions add extra seating for guests as well as look pretty.
If you are a do-it-yourself type of girl, there are a lot of really amazing crochet patterns online via ravelry as well as personal web sites. The Sophie’s Universe rug has been all the rage among crocheters since Dedri shared her pattern in 2015. Here’s a link to her site to learn more…
Here is just a sampling of ways to bring this look into your own home. Do you have a favorite bohemian item or decorating tip? I would love to hear from you.
*photos found on pinterest and Look At What I Made and are not my own.
As you may already know, the color authorities Pantone, announced Greenery as the color of 2017. This vibrant yellow green invokes images of nature’s first foliage. Use it as a neutral and mix with other spring colors or alone and it becomes the showstopper.
At first I was intimidated by this color wondering how in the world was I going to wear it? Mr. Michael Kors leaves nothing to guesswork. This gorgeous printed dress below in shades of green, white and blue are all I needed for inspiration. I love the belted vest!
What if you are still leery of wearing such a bold color? You can simply incorporate it into your wardrobe via nail polish or accessories. Essie Nail Polish is one of my personal favorites because it is 5 Free which makes it safer for you as well as the earth.
Maybe you would like to bring the outdoors into your home. Home decor has a great variety of ways to add Greenery to your home.
Pantone says Greenery is “symbolic of new beginnings” and indeed Spring to me represents a fresh new world full of beautiful possibilities. I hope my post inspires you to embrace this color and would love to know how you are using it in your own life. As for myself, I few surprises up my sleeve. But you will have to return to see how I am using Greenery.
*All photos found on Pinterest
I joining my friend Jess at her blog for a link up. Feel free to take a look at her style as well as the other lovely ladies who joined the link party.
Turning Heads Tuesday on Elegantly Dressed and Stylish
I am so excited about the recent Spring collection from Temperley London. With a bohemian vibe it boasts billowing frocks in bright, cheerful colors and rich embroideries. Sleeves were full and frilly.
This halter styled dress screams 1970s.
Wispy florals were a theme in this collection.
Pastels and volumes of rich fabrics.
For all those funky Nicole Richie girls out there. This one fits the bill.
The last one is my personal favorite.From the print to the colors, it is perfection. Which is your favorite?
Photos found at Pop Sugar, Philosophy of Fashion, Pinterest, and Fashionisers.
As winter chases us indoors, unless you are a snow bunny, we look forward to the future. And the future lies in the awakening of our dear earth and the arrival of spring. Oh the smell of the earth all dewy and warm. And nature’s peek at what’s to come in the way of tiny buds popping up from the ground. It’s simply my favorite time of the year…
Another thing I love about this season is the multitude of beauty in the form of haute couture. Today I would like to share some inspiration from Lebanese designer Georges Hobeika.