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Home Tour Part 2: Bedrooms

Welcome back to my home tour!

In Part 1, I showed you how I created a bright, airy and inviting space to entertain our friends and family. Now let’s get a bit more personal as I show you what I did to our three bedrooms. I wanted to create small escapes from the hustle and bustle of city life with pops of color and a bohemian flair.

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For our master bedroom it was all about the bed. Big, luxurious and comfortable were the main requirements. We needed plenty of comfy cozy textured throws to satisfy the needs of the whole family (including our mini pig and dog who nap here more than we do). I have to admit that I have rotated our bedding every few days to get a fresh color palette in here. Tip: Buy 2 sets for your master bedroom with different looks, this way every time you launder your bedding becomes an opportunity to freshen up the vibe with a different set. This look is all about warm neutrals, luxurious textures and that pop of teal and blue. The leather loveseat in the corner is one of my favorite pieces in the house and our dog Smooch agrees that it has the best city view in the house! You can find him perched her most mornings staring dreamily out the window. It’s quite the life that deaf dog has.


Vintage Leather Chaise Lounge Chair ($1585)

Pottery Barn Faux Fur Throw ($149)

Crate & Barrel Slate Concrete Planter ($79.95)

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For our guest room, I really wanted to play with color. Because I was pretty tame with the main areas of the house, I thought there was no better place than this room to incorporate a pop of color. Can you tell I’m a fan of blue hues? I’m also becoming quite the plant lady and had so much fun at Floral Grub in San Francisco picking out my plant babies. Every one asks about this “Imagine” sign. I actually got it………..

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Joss & Main Driftwood Panel Bed ($459.99)

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Pottery Barn Shibori Dot Accent Pillow ($49.50)

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For our final bedroom we decided to keep it classic and give my hubby a little space to work, to play and to add his own little decorative flair. At first, I was worried that this would be the room that all our mismatched furniture would go to live… and maybe die. Ultimately, I am really happy with how this room turned out! It’s warmer and cooler than I could have every expected and I love that it kept a bit of our personality with my guitar and his car obsession.


West Elm Sit + Stand Desk ($999)

Cars & Movies Posters ($25 each)

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All Modern Distressed Leather Couch ($3495)

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One King’s Lane Teak Carved Coffee Table ($885)


So what’s next on our tour? Next post we will explore Senna’s nursery and all things baby girl! I can’t wait so be sure to subscribe to recent our most recent blog posts directly to your inbox.

With love,


Home Tour Part 1: Welcome to our home!

Until now, this blog has focused mainly on my fashion and new mommy lifestyle but I’m happy to announce a brand new section coming to Bridge To Bohemia this week. I’ve had hopes of expanding the blog for some time now to give you an even deeper glimpse into my world and now felt like the right time to do it. So here we go, I have decided to start an interior design section here and I couldn’t be more excited as this is a hobby and interest of mine. I truly believe that your home is an extension of your own unique personal style and decorating is something that I’ve become more and more passionate about over the last few years. That said, for our first interior design post I decided to share something quite personal and close to my heart, my own home. So welcome inside the space that my hubby and I have shared these last few years. It’s been a work in progress but now that it’s complete I couldn’t help but share all our hard work!

As many couples know, moving in together is full of compromises and one of the first ones that you embark on is merging your unique styles. I have to be honest, I loved the challenge of combining my husband’s clean, rustic minimalism with my more luxe bohemian aesthetic. I swear he could buy a whole room from Restoration Hardware and call it a day, no questions asked. Thank goodness that Restoration is one of my favorites because we started with some killer pieces to anchor the rooms.

For our entryway the key was to eliminate clutter and have a place to drop the essentials. Keys, purses, sunglasses, leashes, and everyday pig-walking shoes can be discretely hidden in this cabinet. Some abstract art and mirror kept it feeling like a warm welcome as guests walk in.

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Louis Vuitton Coffee Table Book ($170)

Umbra Prisma Mirror ($100)

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When decorating a house it’s difficult to decide where to start. It can be overwhelming. I decided to start with the rooms that our guests would get to enjoy, that way we could feel comfortable hosting in a finished home before tackling the more intimate spaces. That left me with the main living and entertaining areas, the entry way and bathrooms. The bedrooms would come later when I had some time to perfect what we wanted to do with our personal space. Because our main living space is an open layout, I wanted it to feel bright, clean and modern yet still warm and inviting enough to host a casual Bachelor viewing party with boxes of take-out on the couch.

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Design Within Reach Dining Chair ($1,695)

Urban Outfitters Dining Chair ($99)

Original Chair from Joybird (they don’t make it anymore, but I love Joybird!


Pulaski Brown Leather Accent Chair ($965.25)

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A neutral palette of various textures and materials kept the space feeling open, industrial accents kept my hubby happy and allowed me to fill the space with plants and textiles that brought a little life.


West Elm Terrace Floating Frame ($25)


Houzz Faux Succulents ($145)


Restoration Hardware Salvaged Wood Farmtable ($4325)

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The last project to tackle was the bathrooms. These were pretty easy because most of the work was done for me by the architect who remodeled this home. The space was designed with light in mind and both of our guest bathrooms are full of bright light, large windows and all white fixtures. All I needed to do was add a little interest throughout which I chose to do with unexpected art and copper accents. I especially love these photography piece that uses the mugshots of famous musicians as an art compilation.


Tony Rubino Musical Mugshots ($47.04)

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So what’s next on our tour? Why the bedrooms of course! Stay tuned later this week for a breakdown of our bedroom, guest room, office and of course the newest edition, Senna’s nursery!

With love,