Relaxed, Boho-style in Orange County, California
Tjena, hur är läget
?! Oh have I got the most inviting of home tours to share with you today! I was so happy to meet interior stylist Anita Yokota
at the Domino Design Blog Awards
in New York in December (Anita was the well deserved winner of the 'best new blog' category). I can safely say she's the loveliest of people and just SO
talented! A quick scroll around Anita's blog
will have you re-arranging your home in no time - and her Instagram feed will result in searches for Moroccan poufs
faster than you can say "boho
"! It was so fun to catch up this weekend to find out a little more about her lovely, relaxed home in Orange County, California where she lives with her husband and three daughters.
West Elm Stella bed
, pick up a bright coloured kantha quilt here
, this is a good source for a beni ourain rug
.* How would you describe your style?
Eclectic for sure! I love the California Cool look. I am drawn to the vintage vibe of MCM, Scandinavian clean lines with a flair of bohemian patterns and textures.
Source a similar pouf here
and jute rug
here! The side table is from West Elm
A white Moroccan blanket like this one
are perfect to throw over an old sofa and give it an instant lift (and make it feel a whole lot cosier!)
Where do you like to shop? West Elm
for furniture. Etsy shops
for textiles and pillows. Parachute Home
for bedding and bath. Obsessed with Anthropologie
for their textiles and kitchen and work desk decor.
What do you love most about your home?
I love that it speaks my style and every corner tells a story of why it functions for us as a family.
Do you have any tips for anyone looking to create a similar style?
My holy trinity of styling is layers, textures and patterns. They can be tone on tone or wildly contrasting. As long as there is balance and clean lines are visible in the space, you are good to go!
Loving the Face shower curtain
in the kids bathroom!
Thank you so much for inviting us in and telling us more about your home Anita!
For more inspiration it's totally worth stopping by Anita's blog
- which she started almost a year ago to share her passion for design in easy, relatable design tips that anyone can translate to their homes. And her fab insta feed
Have a great start to the week allihoppa
PS More beautiful bohemian style
homes here (if this pops up first just head on past, unless you want to look at it all over again, which I'd completely understand!).
PPS So looking forward to showing you my new gallery wall over my window nook tomorrow! *This post includes affiliated links which means that I make a very tiny amount of money (perhaps enough for a coffee (flat white!) and a choccy biccy from each post!) if you click or buy items - although this won't cost you any extra! Thank you for supporting the businesses that make My Scandinavian Home possible.