Ludmila Crigan-Mihajlovic is the founder and editor of the blog Creamylife.com. Taking fashion as inspiration for interiors or vice versa, I love what she has done with her blog post "Bohemian Charm." All images via CreamyLife.
Ideas from others to decorate the bohemian home: From left to right: 1) A vintage wooden window frame with screen makes a fantastic jewelry organizer especially for dangling earrings. 2) Literally book shelves! Great idea! Simply choose your books and purchase metal angle irons from your local hardward screw. Drill screws through the angle irons and into the books. This would make a great step system for cats or simple shelving. 3) Vintage bicycle wheels replace the common bulletin board. 4) Wooden embroidery hoops from fabric and craft stores make great frames for lovely fabric. A collection like the one pictured makes a beautiful wall statement! 5) Vintage spice tins make great flower vases.
Idea/Image credit and more information at: Pinterest
A labor of love in our 1910 cottage ~ We created this nine-foot mosaic backsplash by recycling vintage: game pieces, Texas state plates, salt & pepper shakers, bottlecaps, spice tins, jar lids, Fiestaware cups & plates, and toile & flowered china. We also created a matching mosaic on the hanging lamp above the sink.
I had fun with seven cans of spray paint to decorate an old, used bike that was going to the dump. Recycling it into eyecatching, colorful yard art was quick and easy.
I've always loved metal bottle trees, but decided to make my own instead of spending the $150 to buy one. Mine was made with the same cans of spray paint to decorate a limb that had blown down in my yard. The shape is a little weird, but it did the job! With the remaining paint, I sprayed this park bench that sits outside my store in Llano, Texas...