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Boho Meets the Classics

Yesterday we took a little room tour to break down the Bohemian Luxury label it was given. Today, I thought we might explore what a TEOT version of that room might look like.

I started with Sarah’s classic design picks, these are all timeless pieces that we keep coming back to. They will stand the test of time and are great investment pieces for your home.

The next section is the boho glaze that you can put on top. These layers could stack up endlessly on top of the classics for a real textured boho Betsy flair (don’t get too cluttered), or you can choose your glaze sparingly and distinctively for Sarah’s boho traditional twist.

 

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We featured a few of our favorite products above, available at many fine retailers online and off.
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2 Responses
  • Amy
    June 23, 2015

    Where did you find that tribal rug? It’s almost exactly what I want for my kitchen!

    • Betsy
      June 23, 2015

      Thanks Amy! That rug has a totally radical pattern that would look incredible in your kitchen. I love that idea. It’s 1920’s vintage, so it’s probably a bit of an investment. You can find it online here: http://www.landryandarcari.com/GalleryFocus.php?f=Kilim-Rugs-Tribal&pic=JF4485

      If I were sourcing for myself, I might search Antique Caucasian Kilim Rug on Ebay and see what results are comparable, additionally I’ve recently fallen in love with this shop: http://kayakilims.com/product/salima/
      She has great colorways and her prices are fair.

      I’ll be keeping my eye out and will let you know if I find a great deal on a blue and red beauty.

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