10
Sep 19

This 250-Square-Foot RV Is a Rustic Boho Farmhouse on Wheels


These two traveling physical therapists use this rolling RV home as their cozy, stable place to come home to after work.
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12
Mar 19

A Renovated 1962 House Is a Study in Layering Textiles Perfectly


Pre-renovation, this house from 1962 had popcorn ceilings, old cabinetry, original carpet, mauve sinks and toilets, linoleum flooring, etc.
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20
Feb 19

A Modern Bohemian KonMari-ed Her Way Into a Dream Home — House Tour

Name: Jina Javier, her husband Jeff, Lucy, and Leo
Location: La Mesa, California
Size: 1,285 square feet
Years Lived In: 2 years, owned

When Jina and Jeff were preparing to move into their La Mesa home in San Diego two years ago, Jina was reading Marie Kondo’s megahit “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.” Jina and Jeff were downsizing, moving from a large (but characterless) 2,800 square foot house, into an older home with lots of charm but far less square footage. In preparation for their move, Jina turned to Marie Kondo out of necessity and wholeheartedly embraced the KonMari method. And as Kondo’s philosophy goes, tidying up her home not only led to a simplified, more genuinely styled space for her and her family, but it is also gave Jina renewed clarity and the energy to start her next business venture. Jina—who owns Liv3 with her two sisters—recently opened Leo, a salon and wellness shop in San Diego’s fun and funky North Park neighborhood. The space, much like her home, is airy and light, but cozy and inviting all at the same time.

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11
Jan 19

An Artist's "Natural History Museum" Style NYC Studio — House Tour

Name: Sara Blake
Location: Greenwich Village — New York City, New York
Size: 450 square feet
Years lived in: 5 years, owned

Sara’s Greenwich Village apartment exudes cool — prints by her friends and artists she admires fill her space. The illustrator, designer, and creative director moved in about five years ago, and her renovations (plus investing in custom furnishings) have created a beautiful, functioning home in only one room.

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05
Jan 19

The Mini and Marvelous Mavis the Airstream — House Tour

Name: Sheena Armstrong, husband Jason and Riley the dog
Location: Currently in Southport, North Carolina
Size: 180 square feet
Years lived in: 1 year, owned

The dynamic duo behind Mavis the Airstream sold this first home—a 1975 Airstream Overlander—last spring, and are currently renovating a 1977 Airstream Sovereign they are calling “Mavis 2.0.” (The original Mavis went to a good home, don’t worry.) Mavis 1.0 was forever immortalized on Apartment Therapy when their tour published last January. Thanks to an impeccable style, smart use of space, and the world’s cutest dog, the house tour of their first Airstream renovation is more than worth a second look:

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03
Jan 19

This Afro-Bohemian Loft Is an Energetic Explosion of Color — House Tour

Name: Cherub Stewart of Florida Water Interiors and her daughter
Location: The Lincoln Park District — Newark, New Jersey
Size: 1,200 square feet
Years lived in: 1 year, renting

It hasn’t even been a year in my magical loft, yet it feels like so much time has passed. Time certainly flies when you are blissed out. I happened upon this restored garage space on Zillow, of all places, at a difficult time in my life where my little one was only 9 months old and her father and I decided to live in different homes. We are great, absolutely dear friends and parted amicably, yet it was challenging moving with a baby, and I was not ready to live alone with child. I truly wanted a place that felt, warm, welcoming, had lots of character and space for a growing child, was safe, yet would accommodate my budget!

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25
Dec 18

A Dallas Condo Decorated for a Scandi Boho Christmas — House Tour

Name: Hannah Wilson and husband
Location: Dallas, Texas
Size: 1,300 square feet
Years Lived In: 6 months, owned

We’ve established a bit of a tradition around Christmastime here at Apartment Therapy in recent years: Checking in on recent favorite house tours to see how they’ve decorated their home for the holidays. Whether you’re looking for extraordinarily last-minute decor inspiration, or, like me, you just love looking at a lovely spread of festive cheer, you’ll enjoy the beautiful and boho vibes of this Dallas home decorated for Christmas.

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06
Dec 18

Scandinavian Minimalism Meets Organic Bohemian in Texas — House Tour

Name: Hannah Wilson
Location: Dallas, Texas
Size: 1,300 square feet
Years Lived In: 5 months, owned

My husband and I own a home remodeling/design company called Blank Slate Renovations. He is a licensed contractor and I’ve recently graduated with a degree in interior design. We flip houses full time and are always looking for the next project or creative outlet.

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05
Dec 18

A Florida Rental House Is "Bohemian Vintage Swamp Chic" — House Tour

Name: Kaitlyn McGowan and Evan Walker
Location: Downtown Gainesville, Florida
Size: 1,400 square feet
Years Lived In: 16 months, renting

Our home is a 1930s-ish converted duplex that I share with my partner of four years, Evan, and our cat, Rasputin, or Poots as we call him. Located downtown in a college town, our place has seen some interesting, fun, and scary renters. Two years before we rented it, we toured it, and the house was filled with graffiti scribbled on the walls, knocked-out windows, and multiple five-gallon bongs in the living room. This got us some refinished floors and much needed updates, so that worked out nicely for us.

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24
Nov 18

8 Bohemian Rooms That Mix Patterns the Right Way

Pattern mixing is tricky when it comes to an outfit, let alone a home. You have to understand color, scale, and texture to really make it work. Most designers will tell you to start small with printed accents like pillows and table linens and then work your way up to larger pieces of furniture and rugs. And definitely keep some neutrals in the mix, so it doesn’t feel like you’re living in some psychedelic pattern on pattern on pattern place—unless that’s the look you are going for.

There’s something delightfully bohemian about a room filled with multiple patterns all working together to create a cohesive look. And one thing’s for sure: There are many house tours on this site where the homeowners or renters have a solid pattern game going on. The best way to master the mix is to learn from those who came before you. So let’s go to pattern school.

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