Even though I do not count myself as a zennified-boho girl, sometimes new age influenced spaces resonate with me. With this specific photo from House and Home’s October 2008 issue, it’s probably the mix of traditional elements with a global twist that I find so appealing.
Below I’ve sourced various elements of the scheme that you can use to recreate this beautiful blend of the two different styles in your own homes:
I picked this Dynasty Console, $1,329.00 (Neiman Marcus) for a traditional anchor with some functional drawers for odds and ends.
I love this Weaver’s Art Classic Collection Rug for a luxe feel and classic motif underfoot.
This button-tufted stool, $129 (west elm) is a cheap and cheerful spot to sit on when putting on your boots.
The Andre Mirror (Oly Studio) adds an extra touch of glam to lighten up the wood-overloaded scheme.
I like this Moderna Chandelier, $750.00 (Jayson Home and Garden) for a creative spin on a classic garden lantern fixture.
A pair of Chinese Chippendale Arm Chairs by Baker, $2,534+ is a more classic and elegant choice for seating than the built-in banquette.
Emilia Floral Silk Fabric by Beacon Hill (Robert Allen) adds a shot of zen pea green to cover the windows in the form of a roman shade.
This Orange Velvet Pouf Pillow, $32 and Indigo Cotton Velvet Pillow $24 (Urban Outfitters) tadd some more colour and texture to the chippendale chairs.
This Pair of Chinese Hand Carved Wooden Placques, $1,200 (1st Dibs) adds antiquity and global exoticism.
This hollyhock bowl (z gallerie) is a nice alternative to overplayed coral while still lending that organic decorative touch.
This Orchid Due In Rattan Basket, $49.99 (1-800-FLOWERS) enhances the natural theme and brings the outside indoors.