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Trend Alert: 9 Ways to Add Bohemian Texture to Your Interiors

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 19, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Feb 18, 2015

Noticed lately: macramé making a comeback, shaggy pillows, knitted upholstery, felted wool. Not to mention sheepskin everywhere. Here are nine ways to add a bit of warming texture to your environs.   Above: Caitlin Emeritz of Metrode added a Felted Black Ball Pillow  from Momoish Made to an otherwise neutral corner.  Above: A knitted lampshade via Agnetha Home . Above: Erica Tanov's Baby Alpaca Shag Pillow is $210 (down from $300) from Nonchalant Mom. Above: The  Handloomed 100 Percent Virgin Wool Throw with fringe is $95 CAD ($76.62 USD) from Le Marché St. George in Vancouver. (See today's Shopper's Diary .)  Above: We're all coveting a woven wall hanging from Caitlin Emeritz of Metrode . Above: London artist Naomi Paul salvaged a steamer chair, refinished the frame, and added a purled, knitted mohair cushion. Paul also makes Organic Modern Crocheted Lamps . Above: A custom macramé piece by Sally England . Above: The Greybelle Tuumia White Stool from Le Marché St. George (a salvaged fir beam stool with a felted wool cover and leather strap) is $350 CAD ($282.26 USD). Take a look at some of our other  Trend Alerts : The Top 15 Interiors Trends of 2015 Splatter Patterns on Wallpaper, Tableware, Even Lampshades Pale Pink Sofas  and Pale Pink Linen Sheets Bathroom Storage Tricks Used in Kitchens Geometric Painted Walls And see Gardenista's Trend Alerts on Black Fences and  Floral Confetti .     More Stories from Remodelista Canadian Je Ne Sais Quoi: Vancouver's Le Marché St. George, Now Online Malfatti Glass in Beacon, NY Table of Contents: The New Eclecticism






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