The word 'bohemian' conjures up thoughts of truth, love, freedom and various other whimsical sounding concepts. Put those deep 'boho' notions aside, the real reason I adore this palette is because of the beautiful, yet unconventional contrast of textures; such as rough sawn timber, feather charms and soft linens.
Creating a sanctuary is about surrounding yourself with people and things that make you happy - and we can't go past the serenity of seaside living. Relaxing coastal hues and warm sandy tones work well within spaces to mimic the feeling of being by the sea. There's no denying this palette is a favourite of ours.
Our sunburnt country with its four distinct seasons offer so much inspiration and variety when it comes to extracting hues for a contemporary Australian palette. Our native Gum trees are such a unique and raw example of natural beauty and Kara Rosenlund captures this so well. Earthy tones and sunburnt colours are what this laid-back Aussie look encapsulates.
I love disrupting the soft, peaceful vibe of pastels and linen by introducing detailed pieces such as patterned kilims and raw timber. Soft colours and textures are great for layering, however these more intricate pieces are what add style, substance and character. I want a home filled with pieces that I love, and I absolutely adore this rug