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Boho Style House Tour

Who is up for a boho style house tour? Full of plants, bright colorful statement pieces, thrifted furniture, and so much love. So much love has been poured into this space.

Welcome to my 100+ year old shot-gun style home!

at Home on Hudson virtual house tour

Living Room

If you remember the OG green carpet from the first tour, talk about a huge difference in space after I got the hardwood floors redone. And then I bought a drool-worthy Moroccan rug and the rest kind of fell into place. My living room is probably my absolute favorite space. It almost feels like I am in some home decorator instagrammer’s home but it’s mine. Yes, I lounge on that yellow couch. I have even went horizontal on the soft rug for a bit after a particularly hot kitchen revamp workday.

Before

After

Sources: Textured Solid Curtain Panels in Cream (link); Yellow Velvet Couch (Facebook Marketplace); 2 Green Velvet Wingback Chairs (local antique store, similar); Blue Moroccan Rug (similar, rug is one-of-a-kind); Leather Big Chair (Facebook Marketplace); 72″ LED Espresso Fan (link); Mid-century-esque side tables with glass tops (purchased in-person from Cash Liquidations, Inc.); Pink Square pillow (link); Round Storm Blue Velvet Throw Pillow (link); Black and White striped throw (old IKEA); Black and White Striped Pillow (old IKEA); a lot of the artwork is either my travel photos or Goodwill finds.


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Master Bedroom

Be sure to check out my bedroom closet DIY paint project!

Sources: Textured Solid Curtain Panels in Cream (link); Pink Area Rug (link); Orange Velvet Couch (purchased in-person from Cash Liquidations, Inc.); Caned TV stand (link); Yellow Velvet Chair (purchased with Living Room couch from Facebook Marketplace); Velvet Bedspread (similar); Faux Fiddle-Leaf Fig Tree (link)


Brown Bathroom

I will be honest, I am not here for this bathroom. It’s tiny and the doors are so awkward and the brown tile is just… too ? colored. I have big dreams of one day doing a full renovation and removing all of the tile, getting rid of the tub (since I have another tub in my mint bathroom), putting in a glass walled walk-in shower, and maybe pocket doors. But until the cash starts flowing better, I am living with this ? bathroom. All I really have done replaced the toilet and hung a fun shower curtain. The fixtures needs to be replaced but I don’t use the bathroom so it hasn’t been a priority.

Sources: Leafy printed shower curtain (link)


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    Guest Room/Home Office

    Sources: Green Velvet Curtains (link); Headboard (Facebook Marketplace, similar); White Pintuck bedspread (link); Yellow blanket on end of bed (vintage, gift); Green velvet pillow case (link); Black and White striped rug (old IKEA); Peacock Chair (thrift store find, similar); Black and White Geometric Round Throw Pillow on Peacock Chair (link); Fiesta Aztec Diamonds Shag Dark Rug (link); Blue Velvet Office Chair (Homegoods, similar); Hilda Writing Desk (link); iMac (link)


    Dining Room

    Before

    After

    Sources: Moroccan Rug (similar to shop, rug is one-of-a-kind); Mid-Century Modern Table, 6 chairs, and buffet (estate sale, chairs recovered by me); Faux plant on table (Hearth and Hand, old line); Bar Cart (link)


    Kitchen

    My biggest project to date and I talked a little about the theme HERE. I love this space so much, y’all. It’s so much brighter in here. BUT there is still a lot left I want to do.

    Before

    Sources: Lemon plant and vase (Kirkland’s – similar); Gold hinges (Link); Brushed Gold 0.8″ circle cabinet door knobs (Link); Brushed Gold 3.75″ Drawer Pull (Link); Chroma Vibrant Meadow Rug (link); Valspar Tangy Lemon (my fridge paint – link); Sherwin Williams Resolute Blue (link); In terms of the white paint, I just told the Lowes guy to give me the whitest paint. I don’t even think it was colored or anything; Kitchen island (link)


    Laundry Room

    I hand-painted this faux “wallpaper.”
    Check out my DIY post.


    Mint Bathroom

    Before

    After

    Sources: Peach shower curtain (link); Italy print (by me- purchase here); Druvfläder hanging basket (link); Fejka Artificial potted plant (2 pictured, link); Peach towel (link); white woven rug (similar)


    Studio


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    Sami Mastrario
    Sami Mastrario

    The cool aunt. Plant novice who loves to travel to cool places, eat unadventurous food, and take pretty photos.

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    7 Comments

    1. Stephanie
      January 11, 2020 / 7:51 pm

      Love it!

      • Sami Mastrario
        Author
        January 12, 2020 / 1:14 am

        Thank you!

    2. Kellie S Jones
      January 11, 2020 / 8:47 pm

      Sami, your house is just beautiful! I wasn’t able to make it to open house, so thanks for posting the pictures!

      • Sami Mastrario
        Author
        January 12, 2020 / 1:14 am

        Glad you loved it! ?

    3. Rita
      January 12, 2020 / 2:09 am

      I love it all, but my favorite is the kitchen.

      • Sami Mastrario
        Author
        January 12, 2020 / 1:31 pm

        It was such transformation and definitely my biggest project I undertook! Thank you❤️

    4. Elizabeth See
      June 1, 2020 / 10:20 pm

      Enjoyed the tour again. Think the kitchen is my favorite, but really had to choose. You did a great job.

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