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The Wabi Sabi design ethic teaches you to declutter, simplify, block out noise, make it yourself, and it fits perfectly with ever popular Natural Home trend

In the past, I’ve blogged about secret boho finds at Ikea, but Ikea has just gone full-on boho with their new Jassa collection. It’s rattan on pattern on pattern on pattern and there are some very very fun pieces–at almost infuriatingly low prices. Mixing in those splatter-paint plates with all these Moroccan-inspired patterns? Kind of genius, right? I’m …

In the past, I’ve blogged about secret boho finds at Ikea, but Ikea has just gone full-on boho with their new Jassa collection. It’s rattan on pattern on pattern on pattern and there are some very very fun pieces–at almost infuriatingly low prices. Mixing in those splatter-paint plates with all these Moroccan-inspired patterns? Kind of genius, right? I’m …

Bohemian Furniture and Home Decor | Coqueise's blog: I am also interedsted in the fuchsia lanterns if you ...

Bohemian Furniture and Home Decor | Coqueise's blog: I am also interedsted in the fuchsia lanterns if you ...

The Togo sofa (a creation of Ligne Roset) is a design that's always fascinated me. It is by far the most attractive piece of furniture I've ever seen that kind of looks like a larvae. Despite (or perhaps because of?) its insectoid qualities, it has a weird versatility and constantly crops up in a huge a variety of rooms. It works for slouchy Bohemian interiors or minimal, arty-rich ones: it's equally at home with traditional pieces or equally modern ones. And thanks to the leather version…

The Togo sofa (a creation of Ligne Roset) is a design that's always fascinated me. It is by far the most attractive piece of furniture I've ever seen that kind of looks like a larvae. Despite (or perhaps because of?) its insectoid qualities, it has a weird versatility and constantly crops up in a huge a variety of rooms. It works for slouchy Bohemian interiors or minimal, arty-rich ones: it's equally at home with traditional pieces or equally modern ones. And thanks to the leather version…

The Togo sofa (a creation of Ligne Roset) is a design that's always fascinated me. It is by far the most attractive piece of furniture I've ever seen that kind of looks like a larvae. Despite (or perhaps because of?) its insectoid qualities, it has a weird versatility and constantly crops up in a huge a variety of rooms. It works for slouchy Bohemian interiors or minimal, arty-rich ones: it's equally at home with traditional pieces or equally modern ones. And thanks to the leather...

The Togo sofa (a creation of Ligne Roset) is a design that's always fascinated me. It is by far the most attractive piece of furniture I've ever seen that kind of looks like a larvae. Despite (or perhaps because of?) its insectoid qualities, it has a weird versatility and constantly crops up in a huge a variety of rooms. It works for slouchy Bohemian interiors or minimal, arty-rich ones: it's equally at home with traditional pieces or equally modern ones. And thanks to the leather...

The Togo sofa (a creation of Ligne Roset) is a design that's always fascinated me. It is by far the most attractive piece of furniture I've ever seen that kind of looks like a larvae. Despite (or perhaps because of?) its insectoid qualities, it has a weird versatility and constantly crops up in a huge a variety of rooms. It works for slouchy Bohemian interiors or minimal, arty-rich ones: it's equally at home with traditional pieces or equally modern ones. And thanks to the leather...

The Togo sofa (a creation of Ligne Roset) is a design that's always fascinated me. It is by far the most attractive piece of furniture I've ever seen that kind of looks like a larvae. Despite (or perhaps because of?) its insectoid qualities, it has a weird versatility and constantly crops up in a huge a variety of rooms. It works for slouchy Bohemian interiors or minimal, arty-rich ones: it's equally at home with traditional pieces or equally modern ones. And thanks to the leather...

A blog about bohemian women's fashion, home decor, interior decorating, and the boho lifestyle at Anthropologie, Free People, Urban Outfitters

A blog about bohemian women's fashion, home decor, interior decorating, and the boho lifestyle at Anthropologie, Free People, Urban Outfitters

Fall 2016 is about nature, layering textures, and pattern Pink dining room chairs?  Don’t mind if I do!  And out that window?  That’s beautiful Idaho. The new catalog features a bohemian mid-century modern fusion, which I like While I like a lot of Anthropologie’s furniture, I’m just as excited to see the locations they shoot …

Fall 2016 is about nature, layering textures, and pattern Pink dining room chairs? Don’t mind if I do! And out that window? That’s beautiful Idaho. The new catalog features a bohemian mid-century modern fusion, which I like While I like a lot of Anthropologie’s furniture, I’m just as excited to see the locations they shoot …

The Togo sofa (a creation of Ligne Roset) is a design that's always fascinated me. It is by far the most attractive piece of furniture I've ever seen that kind of looks like a larvae. Despite (or perhaps because of?) its insectoid qualities, it has a weird versatility and constantly crops up in a huge a variety of rooms. It works for slouchy Bohemian interiors or minimal, arty-rich ones: it's equally at home with traditional pieces or equally modern ones. And thanks to the leather version…

The Togo sofa (a creation of Ligne Roset) is a design that's always fascinated me. It is by far the most attractive piece of furniture I've ever seen that kind of looks like a larvae. Despite (or perhaps because of?) its insectoid qualities, it has a weird versatility and constantly crops up in a huge a variety of rooms. It works for slouchy Bohemian interiors or minimal, arty-rich ones: it's equally at home with traditional pieces or equally modern ones. And thanks to the leather version…

The Togo sofa (a creation of Ligne Roset) is a design that's always fascinated me. It is by far the most attractive piece of furniture I've ever seen that kind of looks like a larvae. Despite (or perhaps because of?) its insectoid qualities, it has a weird versatility and constantly crops up in a huge a variety of rooms. It works for slouchy Bohemian interiors or minimal, arty-rich ones: it's equally at home with traditional pieces or equally modern ones. And thanks to the leather version…

The Togo sofa (a creation of Ligne Roset) is a design that's always fascinated me. It is by far the most attractive piece of furniture I've ever seen that kind of looks like a larvae. Despite (or perhaps because of?) its insectoid qualities, it has a weird versatility and constantly crops up in a huge a variety of rooms. It works for slouchy Bohemian interiors or minimal, arty-rich ones: it's equally at home with traditional pieces or equally modern ones. And thanks to the leather version…

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