Wherever you look these days, it seems like bohemian style is the thing. If you are among the folks who just can't get enough of the 1970s, patterns, plants, weavings, geometric shapes, and the comfortable clutter of bohemian interiors, here are five more places to get your daily dose of inspiration.
One of my favorite recent finds, Moon to Moon is written by Gabi, a blogger with impeccable taste. If you don't believe me, believe Christie's Auction House, which recently invited her to design a room (pictured above) using items from their November catalog. Moon to Moon features a little bit of something for everyone: history, inspiration, shopping recommendations, house tours, and decor roundups.
The appropriately named An Indian Summer is based out of Gurgaon, India, but the blog's inspiration comes from all over the world. Photos collected from a variety of sources are interspersed with details about the writer's travels, inspiration, and design choices. The curation of the photos makes checking out the blog worth it, but in case you're looking for some original images, An Indian Summer's Instagram is also dreamy.
Casa Chaucha is not always bohemian per se, but the interiors are always real, relaxed, and comfortable. They're drenched in color, vintage goods, and plants, and every tour oozes character. I've lost hours revisiting the tours, and even if you can't read Spanish, it's easy to wander the archives and get pleasantly lost.
Nicole Don of The Transcontinental Affair is a Canadian transplant in Sydney whose home is filled with crafts, plants, and color. She posts about fashion, decor, and travel, and her blog is a treasure trove of simple, creative projects.
The Bohemian Collective blog focuses more intently on fashion than on decor, but they have plenty of interiors on offer. Or you can just draw on the floaty, pattern-happy fashions that grace the site for bohemian inspiration. The blog also features regular posts on mindful living.