A couple weeks ago, we asked you to vote for which of our design renderings you wanted to see turned into a Get The Look post and this Bohoditional master bedroom was the clear winner!
Hilariously, you didn’t choose a rendering from any of our recent projects, or even one we made when we were blue sky dreaming. Nope- you savvy people chose the rendering I made of a design for my own master bedroom. Which means you might actually get to see this rendering come to life on our feed if I ever stop working long enough to turn my attention to my own house.
Truth be told, I’m already part way there- the dresser, brass candlesticks, chandelier, pottery, baskets, and painting over the bed already exist in my bedroom as I type this. However, since the dresser, pottery, bakets, and candlesticks are vintage, and I’m not giving you mine (unless you ask really, really nicely or bribe me with chocolate and spa treatments) I found you some very similar shoppable alternatives. Ditto with the painting over the bed. The one in this rendering is from a random screenshot I’ve had saved on my desktop for years (I think I originally saw it on Chairish, maybe?) and in real life I have an oil painting with similar dimensions that my husband made me for Christmas. Here it is:
For the purpose of helping you Get The Look I found you a digital download on Juniper Print Shop with a similar vibe that you could print out in a large size and frame. Or you could do what I did and beg the artist in your life to make you a painting in this specific size and color palette.
For this bedroom design, I kept it in our bohoditional wheelhouse because that’s my design happy place: Modern and uncluttered, but bohemian and earthy at the same time with a nod to the timeless classics of traditional design. This eclectic mix is also carefully calibrated to feel rooted in its surroundings: The color palette is inspired by the landscape of New England, where I live, and the overall design maintains just enough formality to feel casual while still fitting right in with the architecture of my early 1900s Federal Revival building. I could go on and on about how I chose each piece, but I’ll spare you and cut to the chase. Scroll down to Get The Look and then scroll more for the shopping list of links.
Fast Growing Trees Maurino Olive Tree
Wu & Mchugh Vintage Handmade Fishing Basket
Pepe and Carols Mid Century Articulating Wall Sconce
San Junipero Chinese Batik Pillow
Boho Pillow African Indigo Pillow
One Affirmation Vintage Chinese Wedding Blanket Pillow
The Shophouse Blue Studio Art Pottery
The Shophouse Lidded African Basket
Room & Board Berkeley Nightstand
West Elm Mobile Chandelier in Antique Brass
The Shophouse Ribbed Studio Art Pottery
The Shophouse Large Organic Vessel
The Shophouse Signed Studio Pottery Vases
Charish seller SWI Vintage Mid Century Modern Dresser
Itty Bitty Billboard Tall Brass Vintage Candlesticks
Juniper Print Shop “Salt Box” Digital Download
Anthropologie Edlyn Bench (custom selections: basketweave linen in olive; metal in cast iron)
Annie Selke Mosi Indigo Indoor/Outdoor Rug