4 for the 4th: Friday Sleepytime FAVES

Some of these bedrooms are more boho than others, but each one caught my decor-discerning eye this week. I’d certainly sleep well with any of the four in my own boho home. Follow the link embedded in each headline to see more photos of the hotel or home featured.

1. Il Convento di Santa Maria di Costantinopli B&B, Puglia, Italy

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Greg Elms via Architectural Digest

This guest room is a textile-lover’s dream. The drapings and the barrel ceiling almost disguise how small the room actually is. But then again, that’s Europe.

2. Adirondacks, NY, home by Thom Filicia

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Peter Estersohn
The view is the star of this room, and I think I could die happy here, arms folded behind my head, simply gazing out.

3. Historic Livingston, NY, home

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Peter Estersohn

I love how this room mixes period furnishings with boho textures and prints. The grass carpeting gives it a British Colonial feel, as well. And that wall paint color simply makes me happy.

4. Minneapolis, MN, home by Michael S. Smith

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Oberto Gili

I love menswear-styled rooms, and this one gets my top-hat-and-tails award for not being dark and heavy.

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