Wednesday, October 10, 2012 3:18 PM EDT
When you go away on holiday and stay somewhere that makes you feel alive and inspired, it’s only natural to want to achieve (and maintain) that “vacation state of mind” once you’re back at home.
This truly amazing space, by the “pop-up lodging service” Shelter Co., has a warm, inviting and relaxed feel, with a punch of designer trend. The leather butterfly chairs are a perfect choice, spot-on in both ergonomic functionality and outdoorsy, natural material. Mexican blankets are sooo in right now and I hope the craze is here to stay for a long time; there is extensive variety in patterns and colours as well as numerous uses for these beautiful textiles.
Keeping accessories minimal will also help you relax in your bedroom. That single hat hung on a chair beside some thoughtfully selected reading and writing material? Totally does the trick. Pair this with a smart, functional reading lamp and you’ll be set to sink into and truly enjoy your living space.
Sometimes, simply buying new bed sheets can completely re-vamp your room and give it a rejuvenated feel. Fall is in the air — switching from your light, white summer linens to some deeper or patterned sheets could put you in the kind of autumn mood that makes you want to curl up with a good book.
Pop-up lodging image, above and top of post, via Shelter Co.
Granted, most of you are not going to stay in a luxury tent year-’round. But if this type of environment excites you, there are many aspects of its look that you can employ in your home to re-create this cozy, magical environment.
1. Stripe Sheet Set, West Elm
2. Arrow Pillow Cover, West Elm
3. FORSÅ work lamp, IKEA
4. 1938 leather butterfly chair, CB2
5. Vintage Mexican blanket, Christy @ Etsy
6. Natural tree stump side table, West Elm
7. “Field Notes” notebook, Vancouver Special
8. Henschel® wool felt hat, The Sportsman's Guide
9. Axel bench, Fullhouse
10. KOLDBY cowhide rug, IKEA