Title Image: Emily’s House London
This year, 1970s nostalgia had us feverishly snapping up every off-shoulder peasant blouse we could get our hands on. Some of us even braved flares for the first time since 2004. It’s safe to say that the bohemian aesthetic has been one of the biggest fashion trends of 2015 and now it’s moving into homewares with a worldly twist.
To create your own free-wheeling indoor paradise try layering strong colours with earthy tones, natural materials such as wood and leather and decor elements inspired by traditional folk handicrafts. Lift the look with some lush houseplants, in macrame hangers, natch.
So get some incense burning, kick off your clogs and take a look through our eclectic mix of interior picks from local and global Etsy sellers.
| Toino Able: Handmade Portuguese bag |
| Imprints and Indigo: Hand dyed Hmong cushion cover |
| Rosie the Brewer: Spalted beech scoop |
| Live Love Smile: Blue kantha quilt |
| Kilims: Kilim slippers |
| Maison Marrakech: Silver pouf |
| Emily’s House London: Vintage Yastik Rug |
| Art et Manufacture: White and blue pie plate |
| Knotty Knotty Macrame: Petite macrame plant hanger |