bohemian patio with potted plants and vintage furniture via Milk Magazine / sfgirlbybay


milk magazine.


one of the greatest things about previously-loved, secondhand goods is that you’re giving new life to old things – and not just consuming new products for a change – which is nice to do when you get the chance. plus, vintage always has a better boho vibe. i cruised around chairish to hunt for bohemian modern treasure and hit the motherlode. you can find just about anything you’re looking for there – from poufs and throws, to pillows, rattan, lighting and rugs. i favorited a bunch of my finds if you care to have a gander, and here’s just a few vintage goods for getting that comfy, cozy bohemian vibe.


spaces with cozy bohemian vibe and vintage furnishings / sfgirlbybay


clockwise, l to r: sarah mahini; brooklyn on flicker; and emily katz on instagram..


vintage woven decor from chairish / sfgirlbybay


my chairish favorites: 1. Vintage Handwoven Peruvian Blanket (traditionally called Frazada’s); 2.Brown Moroccan Leather Pouf; 3.Vintage Rattan Magazine Rack; 4. moroccan rug pouf; 5. Vintage Block Printed Pink Kantha Quilt Pillow; 6.. Vintage Wicker Rattan Elephant Plant Stand Table; 7. Vintage Prachi Bohemian Pink Pillow; 8. Pink Handwoven Peruvian Pillow; 9. Mid-Century Cane Rattan Scoop Lounge Chair; and 10. a pair of Sinuous Rattan Baskets.


low daybed covered in moroccan textiles with large emerald green vintage lamp and wooden wall decor / sfgirlbybay


milk magazine.


colorful vintage decor in a bohemian modern space with lots of art on the walls / sfgirlbybay


home style.


bohemian room with neutral sofa colorful accent textiles and decor / sfgirlbybay


justina blakeney’s jungalow studio.


bright and eclectic living room with bohemian decor / sfgirlbybay


the design files.


bohemian modern living room with a sleek upholstered wood sofa / sfgirlbybay


kimberly genevieve photography.


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