A Warm and Inviting Boho-style LA home



Hello there! I hope you had a great weekend?! I’ve got a feeling we’re going to rock this week – don’t you? Even so I feel like taking a bit of a casual approach and I can’t seem to get enough of the  relaxed, boho style right now (must check out this London home and the cosy home of a Berlin blogger if you missed them last week).  The style I’m referring to is a perfectly imperfect, personal living space characterised by white washed walls, an abundance of warm wood, layers of texture, vintage finds, one-off handcrafted pieces and a lorry load of plants! The lovely LA home of art director and creative producer Alison Brislin fits the bill perfectly! Let’s take a tour…

Photography: Alison Brislin

Don’t you think Ali’s home looks so warm and inviting?

The window blinds look a little like fans, don’t you think?  – love that!

I also love that if you look closely, you’ll see lots of interesting pottery, wall hangings and prints – many of which have been made by local independent craftspeople (more info below!).

Get the look: Sitting roomnatural flatwoven rug, ceramics by Heather Levine, Josephine Noel, group partner (these are fab!) and bkb ceramics, cactus print (above record player) by Kate Miss, white sheepskin throw. Check- Urban Outfitters vinyl storage cabinet. BedroomDon Freedman sells wall hangings like the one in the bedroom, source a small mid-century side-table like this here.

Is there anything that catches your eye?

If you’d like to see a little more of Ali’s home and her life out and about in the LA area check out her Instagram feed here – so inspiring!  You can also check out her latest projects here.

Have a great start to the week! 

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