Monday, January 21, 2019 / by Amy McLeod
What is boho home decor? If you're partial to mixing prints and colors in new, exciting ways, it's a trend you might want to take for a spin. Boho decor, which draws its name from bohemianism, is an open-minded approach to interior design. It's all about embracing an eclectic and informal mishmash of patterns and textures.
Below, our design experts share the quintessential elements of boho home decor and how simple it is to master this popular look in your home.
What is boho home decor?
Photo by Aundra Skinner Interiors
Boho decor is bold, free-spirited, and adventurous, says Lotta Lundaas of Norse Interiors. Think design that is inspired by decor you could have seen in a home during the hippie movement of the 1960s and '70s.
"I also associate boho design with colorful bazaars and marketplaces in Africa and the Middle East," Lundaas says. "Various textures, colors created from exotic spices, and handpainted patterns all come together and create a warm an ...
Friday, November 02, 2018 / by Amy McLeod
Friday, November 2, 2018 - 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday, November 3, 2018 - 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
56th Annual Polk County 4-H Holiday Fair. Some of the items to be offered by the 125+ exhibitors will be wooden toys, greeting cards, Christmas wreaths, ornaments, handmade items, photographs and much more.
Polk County 4-H Oregon
289 E Ellendale, Suite 301
Dallas, OR 97338
For more information call: 503-623-8395
Courtesy of Amy McLeod, The McLeod Group Network
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Monday, October 01, 2018 / by Amy McLeod
Pumpkin decorating ideas are popping up everywhere right now, with Halloween and Thanksgiving on the horizon and our obsession with pumpkin spice lattes and pumpkin-scented everything cranking into high gear. If you're bored with the usual jack-o-lantern and want to pull off some more creative gourd decor, you need look no further than this list below.
1. Go full metal
Photo by Sarah Greenman
Liz Toombs, president of PDR Interiors, likes to keep her pumpkins in service from October through December. "One year, I was even able to incorporate pumpkins into my Christmas decor because I used a woodland-themed tree," she explains.
One of her secrets is spraying them with metallic paint. Toombs gives them a coat of silver and then groups them on a black cloth runner with matching serving pieces and dried grass. "It makes for an interesting texture combination in a chic color scheme," she reports. And she likes to paint the pumpkins on her front stoop and adorn them wi ...