Boho Luxe Living | Home Inspiration

I mentioned a few week’s ago that this year I’m working with Wayfair, on their Home Experts panel.

My first challenge was to create a post celebrating the colour of the year ‘Greenery’ and more recently I was asked if I’d like to pick six of my favourite products, from their site, and discuss why I liked them.

Definitely easier said than done!

There are thousands of products to choose from so narrowing them down to a handful was quite tricky.

Creating A Look — The Boho Luxe Interior Edit

To make life a little simpler, I decided to work on a room theme — Boho Luxe — and source the product to create the look.

Imagine opulent velvets and sleek marble, tempered with colourful Moroccan inspired cushions and Boucherouite rugs.

Think laid back style — with a little rock star detailing — and you’ll get the picture.

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A. Image Source 1. Golden Lips Graphic Artwork 2. Gethsemane Cushion Cover 3. Portabello Interiors Chesterfield Sofa 4. Mehari Ivory Area Rug 5.  Kensal Side Table 6. Orchid in Dome B. Image Source

Seeking Inspiration

Very often, when you’re creating a look for a room, the best way forward is to use a picture for reference — and pick your pieces to suit.

Interiors magazines used to be the go-to reference for all things ‘home’ but, these days, Pinterest is a fantastic tool for seeking out inspiration.

Once you’ve chosen an image — or two — that represent the kind of look you want for your home, it’s easy to source the product.

Particularly on one-stop home shopping sites like Wayfair. They’ve got so many fabulous things — to fit so many different tastes and themes — that finding product to suit a particular look is easy.

Much simpler that just scrolling through and selecting products at random. The choice is so large — and varied — that it’s a little baffling if you don’t have a clear starting point.

So there we have it!

My six blogger’s picks for Wayfair, for a Boho Luxe room theme.

This year I’m really excited to be working with Wayfair, on their ‘Home Experts’ programme. Over the next 12 months, I’ll be bringing you lots of lovely ideas from their website. Watch this space!

Caro Davies editor of The Listed Home
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Caro Davies is a former art-director turned writer and content-creator, and editor behind UK lifestyle blog The Listed Home. She writes about home-related topics, from interiors and DIY to food and craft. The Listed Home has been featured in various publications, including Ideal Home, Grazia, and Homes & Antiques magazines.

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32 thoughts on “Boho Luxe Living | Home Inspiration”

  1. Looks incredible! I love the Orchid in the dome, so pretty :) Wayfair is brilliant, there is so much choice. I wish we could have a velvet coach, but I’m pretty sure our dogs would ruin it in a matter of days.

  2. Love Love Love – this is exactly how I decide on how I want to style a room, Wayfair is the perfect place for inspiration too. Sometimes I will look their and find one item I know I want and style round that xxx

  3. I think this is one of my favourite looks of the moment – glam without being OTT, easy to live with, but a bit special too – beautiful! Philippa x #HomeEtc

  4. Love this theme, I think it would be my dream living room. Velvet and gold. Such gorgeous colours. Love how you approached the challenge. It’s interesting where we get our interiors inspiration.

  5. Ooh looks fabulously luxurious. I like it. I’m a new Wayfair convert and featured them in my post last week – just cos I like their stuff! I’m a huge Pinterest convert too – works brilliantly for any interior design/projects.

  6. I love that Kate Moss print. I almost ordered it a few weeks back from Desenio. I love that whole room, to be honest. It’s not a look I could live with but I really like it.

  7. This is one of my fave looks at the moment – I adore all the velvet and the greens and pinks :) Great choices and lovely items! Jess xx



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