When colorful textiles transform a house

The idea of this blog is to collect the interiors that best represent the Scandinavian-Bohemian style, although there will always be one of them that stands out the most. Even so, it is their combination that attracts me the most. And if I have to decide I would say that I lean a bit more to the Bohemian style.

That’s why I chose this house located in Brooklyn, where Jenni Li lives with her children. She owns Intiearth, where you can find Peruvian textiles. And it is also with them that her house is decorated, a beauty. I love craftsmanship because each product carries in addition to the artisan´s work and life story, the history and culture of each community.

I like that most of the walls are white, and they serve as a canvas to play with the color palette of Peruvian textiles. They are in blankets, cushions or rugs, they give that touch of color that I like so much. Do you also like this decoration?

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Photos: Lesley Unruh

Source: One Kings Lane

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