Top 2015 Trend: Bohemian and ’70s

70s_bohemian_trendThe 1970s bohemian folk look is back! One of my favorite trends, and I’ve listed a ton of my collection of gorgeous vintage on eBay.

From tobacco colored suede coats and skirts to psychedelic patterned dresses: shop the Bohemian Folklore collection at verhextvintage.

Browse the 2015 designer versions below to get inspired to shop vintage!

 

Art in the Wilderness: Saint-Gaudens Historic Site

We were visiting with my parents yesterday and I was flopped on the couch with teenage ennui, wishing I could walk around actual places, not just woods. Side note: has anyone else who’s moved home after a very long time away found themselves taking on teenage characteristics? Yikes. My mother suggested the Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, so off we went.

It’s so worth a visit. I’ve always loved his Diana at the Met, and there are galleries and sculpture tucked all through the grounds, as well as hiking trails, the historically preserved house and stables, and gorgeous gardens galore. The epicenter of the Cornish Art Colony, Cornish & Plainfield NH (and Windsor VT, across the covered bridge) are charming towns with great examples of old New England architecture. Make sure to check out the Maxfield Parrish stage set if you’re in the area!

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Plant Shopping at Snug Harbor Farm

snugharbor snugharbor2 snugharbor3 snugharbor4 snugharbor5 snugharbor6 snugharbor7 snugharbor8 snugharbor9 snugharbor10We were back in Kennebunkport last weekend on a last-minute, pre-Memorial Day mini trip. We stopped at Snug Harbor Farm to pick out a few plants on our way home, and it’s 100% my happy place and total inspiration for our garden / life / everything.

We picked out a hibiscus tree, a hanging fern for the porch, a potted fern for the dining room, and a plant we totally forgot the name of for the living room. (Do you know what it is?!)

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