Get The Look: Lauren Conrad's Cali Cool Home

I have been swooning over Lauren Conrad's recent home makeover featured on My Domaine - every light filled room is filled with a textural bohemian vibe that I'm all about. Lucky for you, I've partnered with Decorist to show you how to achieve the look in your own home - head over to the Decorist blog to check out my tips and shop the look! 

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Trend I'm Into : Burl Wood

The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Cindy Crawford's Mole, and Burl Wood...what do they have in common you ask? They're all made more beautiful by their flaws! A 'burl' is a tree growth in which the grain has grown in a deformed manner, usually caused by some kind of stress such as injury, virus, fungus, insect infestation or mold growth. Burl wood is the wood harvested from that growth. Glossy burl wood, when paired with brass, lucite and velvet, call back to art deco-era design - but its organic swirls and twirls lends itself oh so well to bohemian texture and prints. Check out some inspo below and shop my favorite pieces!

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Image Via  Nous Decor

Image Via Nous Decor

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Image via  My Domaine

Image via My Domaine

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Image Via My Domaine 

Image  via CB2

Image via CB2

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Image via  My Domaine

Image via My Domaine

1. Burlwood Bond Console  via Jonathan Adler  // 2. Burl Nightstand  via West Elm  // 3. Burlwood Twelve Drawer Dresser  via Anthropologie  // 4. Dawson Side Table  via One Kings Lane  // 5. Grounded Side Table v ia One Kings Lane  // 6. Block Coffee Table  via One Kings Lane  // 7. Burlwood Chest, Vintage,  Similar Here  // 8. Aqua Dining Table  via CB2  // 8. Metro Nightstand  via CB2

1. Burlwood Bond Console via Jonathan Adler // 2. Burl Nightstand via West Elm // 3. Burlwood Twelve Drawer Dresser via Anthropologie // 4. Dawson Side Table via One Kings Lane // 5. Grounded Side Table via One Kings Lane // 6. Block Coffee Table via One Kings Lane // 7. Burlwood Chest, Vintage, Similar Here // 8. Aqua Dining Table via CB2 // 8. Metro Nightstand via CB2

You're Making Me Blush

Blush is coming back in a major way and let me tell you...I ain't mad about it! This hue looks stunning paired with navy, emerald, copper and brushed gold and is versatile in that it can easily read as très sophisticated or more youthful and feminine depending how it's styled. Scroll down to check out my top picks and get this stunning hue into your home! 

Blush via Sun Soul Style
Blush Decor via One Kings Lane
1. Monroe Mid Century Chaise  via West Elm  // 2. Whisper Chandelier  via One Kings Lane  // 3. Frona Rug in Rust  via One Kings Lane  // 4. Vintage Ottoman sold out online s imilar here (in rosewood)  // 5. Hex Side Table in Pink Marble  via West Elm  // 6. Velvet Headboard in Rosewood  via Anthropologie  // 7. Apple P Pink Armchai r via HD Buttercup  8. Vintage Pillow  via One Kings Lane  // 9. Kelly Wearstler  Graffito Wallpaper  // 10. Decked Out Pink Stone Coasters v ia West Elm  // 11. Highball Glass  via Anthropologie  // 12. Bacharach Swivel Chair  via Jonathan Adler

1. Monroe Mid Century Chaise via West Elm // 2. Whisper Chandelier via One Kings Lane // 3. Frona Rug in Rust via One Kings Lane // 4. Vintage Ottoman sold out online similar here (in rosewood) // 5. Hex Side Table in Pink Marble via West Elm // 6. Velvet Headboard in Rosewood via Anthropologie // 7. Apple P Pink Armchair via HD Buttercup 8. Vintage Pillow via One Kings Lane // 9. Kelly Wearstler Graffito Wallpaper // 10. Decked Out Pink Stone Coasters via West Elm // 11. Highball Glass via Anthropologie // 12. Bacharach Swivel Chair via Jonathan Adler

Trend I'm Into: Otomi Textiles

Shibori and mud cloth have definitely had their moment (still not sick of it over here) but I am REALLY digging all the Otomi textiles I've been seeing everywhere - a traditional embroidery technique hailing from Central Mexico featuring flowers, birds and animals reflective of the traditions and natural world of the Otomi people. I love how these textiles can add a pop of color and bold pattern into a space - best part -whether your a boho queen or skew more on the traditional side of things, they work in just about any home! 

Otomi via Sun Soul Style
Otomi Via Sun Soul Style
Otomi Via Sun Soul Style
Otomi Via Sun Soul Style
Otomi Via Sun Soul Style

Shop the Trend

Grey Otomi "Sublime"  via St. Frank

Grey Otomi "Sublime" via St. Frank

Framed Otomi Art  via Burke Decor  

Framed Otomi Art via Burke Decor 

Teal Otomi Wallpaper via  Hygge & West

Teal Otomi Wallpaper via Hygge & West

Otomi Pendant v ia Lighting Connection