Step inside Jennifer Harrison's bohemian style home

Hej hej och gott nytt år (happy new year!). I took a little bit of a longer break this year (I've found that when it comes to having your own business you've got to seize those quiet moments (plus it's a little easier when the boss is yours truly (the conversation goes something like: me - "Is it OK to take two weeks off" me: "Only two weeks?" I hope you had a nice break too? After new year we nipped to Norway for a few days skiing (aaaah, I'm so in love with that country, I can't even begin to tell you), and now feeling rested, invigorated and ready to go again (although oh so slow!). I thought I'd kick off the year with an inspiring home tour with a boho twist. The space is kind of apt as I reckon 2018 is going to be a lot about mixing in second hand, vintage and antique finds (more than ever).  This beautiful Cleveland, Ohio space belongs to Jennifer Harrison of Flea Market Fab fame. Jen describes her style as 'relaxed, curated and one that doesn't follow the 'design rules' and is a master at sourcing recycled finds which she combines to create a unique and cosy home (as well as to sell through her lovely shop). Let's step inside Jen's world.....

Aaaaah, I love this space. What I'd give to be able to live somewhere warm enough to warrant a porch / veranda like Jen's - how about you? Or perhaps you have one too?

And how fabulous is the vintage runner on the stairs? Apparently it was inspired by this picture (beautiful!).  

Is there anything you love in particular about Jen's home?

If you're loving this vibe - you can pick up beautiful Moroccan style rugs and poufs in her shop - and source other pieces here:

Living room - pendant lamp from Bisquecoffee table - West Elm, this striped linen (sold by the metre) is similar. Dining areaTulip table (I love this one with the brass base too!), black sheepskin throwSecond living room - sofa from Arhaus, Togo armchair. Source an industrial style cabinet here (this one is very similar). Porch - cushions from INDIEbungalow, I like this rattan coffee table.

Loving the boho style? You might also want to take a peek at this cosy, modern bohemian space,  the lovely home of Madewell's lead designer and a warm and inviting Danish home.

Have a great start to the week - it's great to be back!

PS - Looking for a new year's resolution? Vogue recommends taking a leaf out of my Lagom book (how fun is that?! ). Full article here.  


  1. I like a lot of this - it's fabulous and certainly doesn't look like what I think Cleveland looks like! I'm not sure about the runner on the stairs though - it doesn't look safe for some reason.

    1. It really is fabulous isn't it? I'm intrigued about the runner since it's one of the first times I've seen a vintage Moroccan one on the stairs, which I think is really inspiring! Happy new year to you lovely Susan!

    2. I can't say for sure but usually people tack them to the actual stairs. I'd say that's what has been done as I doubt the runner would sit so nice without being fastened :)

  2. So good. Loving the unity of colour ( beige tones ) . I always wish I could be more unified in my taste but I'm such an eclectic at heart, i just don't think its possible!

    1. Follow your heart - I'm sure your eclectic home looks wonderful!


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