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    Our 4 Favourite Boho Design Blogs You Are Not Following

    Whether you just moved into your first apartment, or you are a seasoned decor vet on your 3rd home - we are all constantly searching for ideas and inspiration for our space. Here are our top 4 Boho Design Blogs that you may not be following yet! 

    SF Girl Bay

    We long looking to SF Girl Bay for insight into how to utilize bohemian and coastal-inspired decor while still remaining modern and slightly contemporary. They write on various topics ranging from interiors to travel and food. 

    "Victoria Smith is sf girl bay, a san francisco girl now living in los angeles — a blogger, photographer, photo stylist, and author of see san francisco, published by chronicle books."

    Bohemian Collective

    Although the Bohemian Collective is more targeted to fashion, they have a good selection of interiors to seek inspiration from. You may also find value in adding boho design to your daily wear.

    "The Bohemian Collective is a gathering of creative free spirits who believe in the power of sisterhood + the stories of women living authentic + intentional lives. We are here to bring a voice to the makers + dreamers, giving them a platform + community to share their creative visions."


    An Indian Summer

    Based out of Gurgaon India, An Indian Summeris a beautiful collection of curated photos from around the globe - paired with the writers worldly travels this site is perfect for the Nomadic Home lover.  

    "Bhavna’s forte is in creating the perfect mood & recall with beautiful visual stories, her writing and her photography. A visit to An Indian Summer is like a much-desired visit to a spa, is a note of appreciation that she often receives from her readers from around the world."

    Magic Dream Life

    With Boho interiors constantly raising in popularity it can sometimes be hard to make your eclectic taste look unique. Magic Dream Lifeis a wonderful marriage between bohemian design and nostalgic patterns and pieces from the 60s & 70s. 

    "Emily Katz is a multidisciplinary creative entrepreneur, from Portland, OR. She teaches Macrame, is a designer of clothing and home goods, creative consultant, food lover, creative director, and musician."