Tuesday, March 27, 2012

The other other kind of bohemian

The first kind of Bohemian:

I'm not 100% sure where it grounds itself in bohemianism, but it's catchy.

The second kind of bohemian: vagabonds, usually of an artistic variety, typically thought of as centered in Paris in the mid-late 19th century, who lead hard, miserable lives in the name of a lifestyle of art and freedom.

The third kind:

It's eclectic. So eclectic that it doesn't matter that the table is right at shoulder height if you're sitting in the theatre seats.

Characterized by the use and creative repurposing of antique materials. For example, that side table is made from the arc of the covenant.

It's um.... also nuts. You know when they're in the haunted abandoned insane asylum? This is what the walls of the craziest person's cell look like EVERY SINGLE TIME. In fairness, this kind of wall treatment is a great way to get houseguests to leave.

Red Skull wasn't afraid to get in touch with his feminine side.

Stolen with love from SF Girl By Bay
Images via:
Living Etc.
Gaelle Le Boulicaut
Living Etc.

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