My Houzz: A Deconstructed Saltbox in the HamptonsEclectic Bedroom, New York
Photo: Rikki Snyder © 2014 Houzz
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Know that architectural style doesn’t matter — boho can go with anything. Whether they live in a strictly traditional or an ultramodern home, new bohemians can cozy it up. In this deconstructed saltbox, the owners did it with textiles, Asian vases turned into lamps, lots of textures and a photograph collection casually displayed on a big beam. See the rest of this home
“Sawits’ favorite part about the master bedroom is the comforting environment and visual interest provided by the bark patterns in the wooden beams overhead. She loves to sit in bed and read under the slanted eaves.” — Rikki SnyderThis is another success story of an inviting bedroom. When a bedroom is not alluring, it’s a recipe for too much late-night Netflix binging and insomnia. In fact, this entire home is very inviting — its rustic touches give it old Hamptons charm without any of the modern-day Hamptons pretensions. Take the tour and join the Hamptons set for a few minutes, no jitney ride involved.My Houzz: A Deconstructed Saltbox in the Hamptons
Sawits’ favorite part about the master bedroom is the comforting environment and visual interest provided by the bark patterns in the wooden beams overhead. She loves to sit in bed and read under the slanted eaves. The bedding is from Crate & Barrel. The lamps include a converted Chinese vase and a converted Japanese cloissonné vase.