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Bohemian Fall Home Tour

Bohemian Fall Home Tour

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Like many, fall is my absolute favourite season. Not only because you get to wear cozy layers in all textures and fibers but so does your home. As someone who firmly believes in more-is-more for my decor being able to bring out all of my blankets, pillows, and rugs makes me super happy. My husband on the other hand might murder me if one more pillow comes out of hiding.

The one issue I find, when trying to find the perfect fall decor, is that it’s all very farmhouse chic and mostly orange. Neither of which are particularly my style, but if you look hard enough you can find the right items. I love Michaels for their uniquely coloured pumpkins especially because they have pink (are you surprised I added pink?). Granted, I did have to sift through a lot of orange decor and rustic signs with kitschy sayings. Not really my thing. I also had some good luck at the dollar store where I picked up these gold Moroccan inspired lantern lights. I absolutely love gold and brass accents for the fall/winter seasons.

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One thing that really screams boho is mixing patterns and textures. I especially find this easy this time of year because who doesn’t want extra pillows and blankets around? And all you have to do is use every single one you have in every pattern and just live in a sea of textiles, right?! (husband is rolling his eyes as he reads this for sure). I’m slightly exaggerating, but it is true that mixing two-three different patterns is really going to give you that boho look. I was slightly risky mixing plaid with the Mohr Living kilim pillows and silk cactus pillows but taking risks is what design is all about right?

One final thing that really makes a boho home is adding nature into the space. This is why I love having dried florals at the ready in many different colours, that way I have something for every season. For the fall I like to add dried chinese lantern flowers, echinacea seed pods, wheat and grasses, and more.

Let me know, in the comments below, what your favourite part of fall decorating is.

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