October 4, 2018

You hear the word tossed around often, but what makes a home authentically bohemian? The Spaces, an online magazine on architecture, design and art describes such homes as a “culmination of lives spent travelling, working, reading and learning. Paintings have origin stories; faded frescos sit behind modern art; prints and lampshades sit slightly ajar; curtains clash with cushions. More is usually more.”  Haute Bohemians, by Photographer Miguel Flores-Vianna explores some beautifully bohemian homes –– from castles to pied-a-terres –– around the world. “What seems significant in modern Bohemia is that every component of a home has significance to its owner. It goes without saying that no bohemian would hire an interior designer to ensure the result is au courant.” It’s the kind of book I could pore over for house, and then imagine my very own goat-house-turned-villa on a far flung island in Greece.


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