A beautiful and unique bohemian farmhouse

Do you have days when everything happens so sloooow that you're at least two hours behind all day?! Admittedly it didn't help that I had a brainstorming session for my book launch with a few of my favourite creative friends last night  - which of course required, um, refreshments. Anyhow, I've finally got it together, and I'm actually very proud of myself as this is one extremely fab home tour. Boho style has been rocking the interior world for a while now, but Louise and Matthijs have put their own spin on it in their beautiful late 19th century Dutch farmhouse in the village of Ermelo. The space, captured by Barbara Groen, has been decorated with a blend of Scandinavian, rustic and ethnic style, and is teeming with items find on their travels. Let's take a tour...

Photography: Barbara Groen (shared with kind permission). Styling: Marieke de Geus. Found via VTWonen and (My) Unfinished Home with thanks.

What an inspiring space don't you think?

Get the look: Leather Moroccan ottoman / pouf, Adesso Atlas Floor Lamp, (also seen in Genevieve's home), large round jute rug,  source tie dye cushions here. I love this extremely chunky grey knit blanket.

More extremely cool boho homes include a retreat in Marseille, a beautiful Mexican home by the sea, and the home of a florist. Loving the relaxed vibe!

Other links from around the web today:

How great is this cork wall?

We're seeing more and more old school bathrooms - what do you make of this rose quartz / black tile combo

Bring nature indoors for the day with this simple yet pretty DIY idea.

Love this blue cabinet against the brass.

Living in Sweden it would be rude not to love clogs - which I do! I'm all over this source of clog heaven!

Speaking of Sweden, it's been snowing all day here (another reason for my slow morning) - I'm waiting for it to slow-up so I can go out on a cabin hunt - isn't this one pretty?!

Have a lovely day!
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