A spirited style with a long history, a boho aesthetic traces its roots back to the French bohémiens of the nineteenth century — artists, writers, actors, musicians and other creatives who disregarded social constructs and were often nomadic. It wasn’t until the 1960’s that the style’s aesthetic origins began to develop, with hippies drawing inspiration from the free spirits of generations past and emphasizing bright colors, vintage finds, mismatched pieces and natural materials in their decor. Draw inspiration from the Ellington model at McLean and discover the must-have furniture and accessories needed to recreate this vibrant and dynamic look in your own home.
Warm woods coupled with patterned plates and vintage cookie jars are the key ingredients that make up the Ellington’s boho-inspired kitchen. Wavy backsplash tile adds a touch of Mediterranean influence.
Calacatta Polished Marble Mosaic Tile by MSI Stone ULC, The Home Depot.
Oslo Wood Trays in Ash Wood, West Elm.
Pendant Light by Longshore Tides, Wayfair.
Mistletoe Arrow Cookie Jar by Viva by Vietri, Bed Bath & Beyond.
Acacia Mortar and Pestle, Crate & Barrel.
As one of the hubs of the home, the living room is a great space to let your personality shine. Patterns, textures and unique accessories all come together in the Ellington’s vibrant living room.
The premier suite is a jewel box, with patterns and colors mixed with warm woods and metals. Collecting inspiring pieces and textiles over time will help you continue to layer and build on the style.
Potted Faux Aloe, CB2.
Agate 3 Legs End Table by Everly Quinn, Wayfair.