Epic Bohemian with Atlantis Home

One of my top fave interior influencers around is Judy Aldridge of Atlantis Home. Her spaces are EPIC and she does boho on a luxe and fearless scale. She also gets bored quickly and switches things up constantly, something I can relate to. I sometimes think "Naw it would be nuts to turn everything upside down and do a whole new thing with this room". Haha, now I'm inspired to go for it whenever the mood strikes! 

Her rooms are always beautifully layered with vintage pieces, textiles, loads of plants, art and texture galore. I always find motivation for my thrifting, and new ideas from her spaces. Like those lace panels (tablecloths?) hung between rooms below. Love. 

I've been toying with the idea of adding some beams similar to these between my living and dining room. They would provide some sense of division between the rooms and a place to hang plants. A daybed is on my wishlist as well. They are so versatile and you can style them so many ways. Come on Craigslist gods, help me out! 

How amazing is the wall covering in her guestroom? I'm always a huge fan of unconventional wall decor and this one just kills it with the creativity. Off to completely re-do my guest room now, because, you know sometimes it's gotta be done. 

In other news, it's been a pretty epic week for thrifting. I'll be back soon to share my finds with ya'll! 


1 comment:

  1. Oh bestill my heart! Just noticed those delicious white crochet panels don't match (charming) and I'm entranced by the asymmetry of the art over the stunning guest room wall. Ok well I'm entraced by everything: the floor textures, the graceful lines of that sumptuous chair, the endless pillow textures. Sighhhh. :) Than you so much, Andrea, for sharing these beautiful spaces and your lovely reflections on them.


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