Vintage Bohemian Spring Home Tour

Hello! Today I'm giving you a little glimpse into how we do Spring around here. Most rooms are chaos right now (bathroom on the tail end of a renovation, kitchen getting a facelift, dining room just started furnishing and decorating, and all bedrooms are storage/dumping grounds right now. In a house with this much chaos, the one room that is in useable and shareable shape is the space we need to enjoy. And it's our living room.

bohemian eclectic living room tour

Our living room is a multifunctional space. It's not a living room in any traditional sense of the room but more a family room. We watch TV here, we listen to music here, we eat in here, we play games with our little one here, I use that white chair to do a lot of my blogging from, and drink tea in the chairs by the large window. We do pretty much everything but cook and sleep in this space.

Hopefully once we finish the dining room we can remove the eating responsibility from this room. And move some of the games/arts and crafts, too. Right now I've simplified this space as much as possible, but kept as much seating and storage as possible. We keep the large carpeted space open for play and dancing. Anyone else find themselves dancing a whole lot more with Spring's arrival?

bohemian eclectic blogger's living room home tour

flamingo art adds whimsy to a mostly brown and blue room

eclectic interiors bohemian living room with collected treasures and thrifted furniture

I've switched out the heavier throw blankets for lighter ones and swapped candles from cinnamon to lighter fragrances like mint and citrus.

And I don't think any proper Spring tour would be complete without flowers somewhere. I like to get out and go on walks to the beach when the weather allows and I pick wild flowers along the way. But the weather hasn't been forgiving enough yet for that so these store bought blooms worked.

flowers in a hanging vase, woven chargers on a wall and a mexican blanket- bohemian living room essentials

a cup of coffee and a split leaf philodendron, the perfect living room set up

boho eclectic living room a love of vintage and thrifted treasures paired with textiles and plants

eclectic interiors bohemian collected and created tabletop

My decor doesn't change a whole lot with the seasons. The biggest change for me is the removal of holiday decor and thankfully that's been packed away for a minute. It's mostly taking the time to make sure the space is working for us in the current moment. With less hot cocoa and more dancing, a table in front of the sofa is no longer needed. With less cold days than warm, we're needing fewer heavy blankets. And with the front door open to let in the cool Spring breeze, I moved my little one's toys to the other side of the room.

gallery wall pops of pink large houseplants

side table styling in the living room

soda crate makes the perfect rock collection display piece

toys, collections and decor boh oeclectic living room tour

unique thrifted globe eclectic treasures

textiles on textiles on texture on texture

What changes do you find yourself making as the weather changes? Do you find yourself using the rooms of your house differently as the seasons change?


I hope you've enjoyed this look into this space. For more Spring decorated spaces, check out the tours below. You definitely ought to check them all out bUT they're separated by style so you can find your mecca.
Day 1: Transitional and Vintage Decor Style

Iris Nacole

Love Your Abode

Organize Nashville

Hobnail House

Knock It Off Kim

Day 2: Eclectic Style

A Designer At Home

Up To Date Interiors

Welcome To The Woods

Casa Watkins

Day 3: Farmhouse Style 1


The DIY Mommy

Twelve On Main

The House Down The Lane

Our Crafty Mom

Day 4:  Traditional Style

Old House To New Home

2 Bees In A Pod

Green With Decor


  1. Corinna! I LOVE everything about your home! Truly, I would love to have my pick of every awesome piece of furniture you have! Amazingness!!!

  2. I just love your eclectic style & I am so fawning after your beautiful blue rug!

  3. Eclectic through and through! I love it. And all those plants!

  4. Corinna!!!! Just LOVE LOVE your home. All the boho touches are spectacular. I love the rattan pieces and how you mixed them with global textiles. My mother gave me a Mexican blanket that I'm dying put out, just waiting for the rest of my decor. Your home is so inspirational. :) Pinning and sharing.

  5. That blue rug is amazing. I love your room so much! I love that you moved the table to make room for dancing!

  6. I really love all the woven textures you incorporated into your living/family room. It looks great paired with the colorful, eclectic bohemian touches in the space! :)

  7. I love your eclectic style! So many great things it is hard to pick a favorite! It has been fun touring with you this week!

  8. Corinna, your home is awesome! So warm and inviting. I love how it all flows together. So unique and interesting. I want to inspect everything more closely. LOVE! :)

  9. What a beautiful home. I love all the color and all the unique items. What a cheerful, beautiful place to relax. Thanks for the tour.

  10. I love how cozy and colorful your home is! The mix of spring greenery and multiple textures are perfectly inviting!

  11. Tara @ Lehman laneMarch 28, 2016 at 4:55 AM

    Corinna, I love how colorful your home is! Such a pretty tour! I am so glad we shared this tour together:). Have a good week and take care, Tara

  12. Your home is so beautiful and cozy! I love all of the textures and natural touches.

  13. Your home is so colorful, interesting, and beautiful! So many great pieces and there's something about plants that always makes a space feel so warm and inviting .

  14. You have such a pretty mix of global pieces in your home! I love it!

  15. Enjoyed your living room. I have been daydreaming about adding more bohemian elements to my mostly traditional/farmhouse home. You've given me a few new ideas! I live in Newport News, VA. If you are in Hampton, we are neighbors!

  16. So many lovely textures and patterns! I love the fringe you have on the potted plant too---did you make that yourself? Very creative!


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