A Magical Attic Apartment with a "Genie Bottle Bedroom" — House Tour

Name: Terra Zosel Location: Kenwood Neighborhood, Minneapolis, MinnesotaSize: 800 square feetYears lived in: Rented 6 months The story of Terra’s apartment is multi-fold. Her home occupies the attic of her grandparents’ house where she lives as caretaker to her grandmother. Her grandparents purchased the home in the 1960s from a couple who relocated from Minneapolis to the significantly warmer state of Florida. Little information is known about those earlier owners or what the “genie bottle” room was used for, but Terra does know that it remained largely untouched from how the former resident — an artist — left it. READ Read More

An "Urban Bohemian" New Orleans Loft Is Bursting With Books and Art — House Tour

Name: Nathalie SimonLocation: Bywater — New Orleans, LouisianaSize: 1,350 square feetYears lived in: 1 year, renting When Nathalie returned home to New Orleans five years ago, she settled into a life she loved in the French Quarter. She walked everywhere, knew all of her neighbors, and felt like she was a part of a community. “It was like living in New York City or Paris. Each ‘neighborhood’—even two blocks over—had its own characteristics and culture,” she says. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

21 of the Most Beautiful Bohemian Style Home Designs

You can find definitions of Bohemian style decor online. They’re described as spaces filled with lots of plants, colors, patterns, rattan, and stuff. You can even take online quizzes to see if “Bohemian” style is for you. But while all of these adjectives are technically true, boho decor has always been a “I know it when I see it” sort of style for me. While “boho” can certainly refer to a set of design elements mixed together, to me, it’s much more of a description of the energy that a space can exude. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

A Vintage-Filled Jersey City Victorian is a Boho Wonderland — House Tour

Name: Joey Meyers, Mark Baehser, and Bridget (Cat)Location: Lincoln Park Neighborhood of Jersey CitySize: 3,200 square feetYears lived in: 3 years, owned It comes as no surprise that the owners of this home, Joey Meyers and Mark Baehser of Ball & Claw Vintage fame, are part of Brooklyn’s chicest co-op, Dobbin St. While scouting for vintage finds for their stores in Bushwick and Williamsburg, the couple makes sure to keep the most precious items for their own home improvements. Their 19th-century house is situated in an up-and-coming district in Jersey City, New Jersey, with a homemade patisserie around the corner Read More

A Blogger's Cali Bungalow Is the Perfect Mix of Beach & Boho — House Tour

Name: Megan Martinez and Caleb Light-WillsLocation: Santa Monica, California Size: 1,100 square feetYears lived in: 2 years, renting When Megan moved to Los Angeles seven years ago from New York, she didn’t feel like she was really home until she found what she now calls her, “Boho Beach Bungalow” two years ago. As a blogger and designer, Megan’s home became the perfect canvas to create the beachy vibe she longed for while living on the Westside of LA. She has a yard for her husky, Dakota, and plenty of space to cook, lounge and of course, decorate! She is constantly Read More

A Mini "Modern Bohemian" Philadelphia Apartment — House Tour

Name: Breanne FurlongLocation: Pennsport — Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaSize: 550 square feetYears lived in: 3.5 years, renting Bre lives in one of those mythic apartments with rent so reasonable, you wonder if the landlord is independently wealthy. A red brick wall and big working fireplace will give you architecture envy. The house next door has an outdoor cat named “Mista Don’t Play” that will invite himself inside if you open a window on a summer day. I’m not from Philly, but Bre’s apartment is in a neighborhood that seems pretty common in mid-Atlantic cities: blocks of humble historic brick row houses mixed Read More

A Multi-Media Artist's Brooklyn Loft is a Personal Jungle — House Tour

Name: Rachel HornadayLocation: East Williamsburg — Brooklyn, NYSize: 800 square feetYears lived in: 7 years, renting The colorful jungle space that is Rachel Hornaday‘s third-floor Brooklyn apartment is actually a museum filled up with all of her beloved collaborations, collections and curiosities. The photo stylist by day/artist all the time has decorated her three-bedroom home in a comfortable way that tells the story of a creative always willing to be inspired. Plant pots overflowing with leaves and vines, walls dripping in hangings, tapestries and frames, tabletops sprinkled with trinkets and instruments of creation, all display Rachel’s appreciation for multi-media. READ Read More

Two Dogs, Two Cats & Two Creatives in 188 Square Feet — House Tour

Name: Kevin and Mandy Holesh with Grizzly, Nimbus, Foxey and LunaLocation: Anywhere drivableSize: 188 square feetYears Lived In: 2 years, owned It’s not just Kevin, an app developer, and Mandy, a wedding photographer, that live in this home on wheels, measuring in at a teeny 188 square feet. It’s also the home of their four pets: two dogs named Foxey and Luna, and their cats Grizzly and Nimbus. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

Two People Live in This Cozy, 140-Square-Foot Van — House Tour

Name: Steph and Matt Location: We’re constantly on the move: currently in Portugal then heading to Morocco!Size: 140 square feetYears Lived In: 3 years, owned Stephanie and Matt live a pretty slow and steady life…but one that’s also full of adventure, travels and creativity! They’re the duo behind Slow ‘n Steady Living, and they’ve shared this beautiful boho van home for the past three years. Originally from Cornwall, UK, they’ve taken their van to see stunning sights in places like Spain, Morocco and Portugal. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

A Vibrant, Beachy California Family Home — House Tour

Name: Denise and Andy Palma (+ kids Layla, Hailey, Lily and Mia)Location: Huntington Beach, CaliforniaSize: 1,289 square feetYears Lived In: 3.5 years, owned Entrepreneur and design guru Denise Palma’s happy Huntington Beach home is everything sunny California dreams are made of. Denise, who shares her home with her husband Andy and four girls Layla, Hailey, Lily, and Mia, first launched her beloved boho home goods site Eclectic Goods last summer to the internet’s delight. If punchy, laid-back California vibes are your thing, you’ll feel right at home here. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico