Bohemian Dwellings



My past couple of weeks in a check list:

  • Wedding venue secured for intimate wedding – check
  • Invitations printed – check
  • Wedding dress paid for and picked up – check as of tomorrow
  • 2nd quarter visuals set completely at work – ehh..almost check
  • Invitations delivered – we’ll give it an almost check
  • Amazing birthday weekend get-a-way for the future hubby – check
  • Bridesmaids or no bridesmaids – check and yes bridesmaids
  • Wedding registries completed – check
  • Wedding colors decided – check (basically peach, pink, aqua & metallic with a whole lot of neutrals if that makes sense)
  • Flowers and centerpieces decided – another almost check on this one
  • Huge post-wedding reception planned for our family and friends – not even close


Its been pretty busy but things are finally coming together and I can actually see the finish line where as a couple months ago I was still in dream mode.  But enough about my constant to-do list and how about some refreshing abode inspiration for the bohemian princess in us all.  If you are unfamiliar with who exactly is Florence Welch then I highly recommend you stop right now and Google her.  If you are completely up to speed on the details then continue and take in her amazing new London home.

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Chock full of one of kind pieces that only a newt would pass on because she couldn’t carry it, I am completely smitten with how effortless and elegant Florence’s eclectic home looks.  Its very easy to get carried away with vintage finds and including them all in your home can get a bit hoarder-ish and cluttered very quickly but somehow every single piece from the wall art to the tiny glass butterfly has found a home.  Featured in this month’s Vogue I couldn’t help but share after I came across it and thank god I did.  I was beginning to remember exactly why I stopped spending money on magazines.




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