If you’ve ever wondered how to incorporate a multitude of vintage and ethnic textiles into your home without looking like a bohemian hoarder (not that that’s a bad thing!), turn to Carlay Page‘s North Carolina pad for inspiration. The photographer and interior stylist has previously contributed her mad skills to some of our favorite textile vendors, like Canary Lane and Semikah Textiles. I love how Carlay layers textiles with the right amount of restraint so that each room still has space to breathe. The addition of plants, cacti and found objects round out that perfect, eclectic feel that we all aim to achieve. So excuse me while I’m off to search for a metal canopy bed frame . . . need!
(images via Carlay Page’s Instagram)
I am in love with that kitchen! So dreamy!!
I love decoration relax
I absolutely love all the differently coloured and patterned rugs and pillows, they just fit perfectly to the white walls!
Love love love .
Clever charming boho . No plastic . And the gold
OMG ! How did I just now see this! Carley’s house is my absolute FAV and she’s the best!! Thanks for the mention of Canary Lane! xoxo – Meredith
Thank you SO MUCH for the feature!
So blessed by it !
Her home is fantastic! I absolutely love it.
Thanks for sharing all of these gorgeous pics and tips!
I love the ones for bedding…styling my bedding soon, need some help!
I love your post all products are wonderful
there is also Moroccan vintage items https://www.artisanbazzarts.com/collections/berber-ottomans-poufs-moroccan
who can be good decor for your home visit for more
Thank you for sharing with us this art, you can find handmade items in this gallery
I am OBSESSED with the red fringe throw blanket on the top bed in the first photo gahhhh please tell me you know where it’s from!?!