Peek Inside Whitney Port's Boho Bedroom (and cute nursery!)
September 29, 2017
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Whitney Port knows her way around a beautifully styled space, but her latest and greatest designed by Donna Garlough of Joss & Main is next level. She wanted to incorporate a bohemian aesthetic while keeping things light and airy. The result is crisp linens meet layers of pattern, texture, and a pop of indigo. Tour this cool space plus take a peak at her son's insanely cute nursery all captured by Nicole Gerulat.
The Joss & Main team recently teamed up with Whitney Port to redo a few spaces in her recently purchased Studio City, CA home. The sweetest spots? A new nursery for baby Sonny and a relaxing master bedroom for mom.
 From Joss & Main's Style Director, Donna Garlough... Whitney's new space was a blank slate, and it was so much fun to look at inspiration images together and talk about how she wanted the rooms to look and feel.
We knew from the start that she wanted a collected, bohemian aesthetic in her bedroom and that she hoped to incorporate plenty of pattern and texture, but she also wanted the space to feel clean and airy.
Starting with crisp white walls and simple white bedding, we began to layer in natural and neutral pieces with subtle personality, like the woven leather bench and chair and a washed jute rug reminiscent of a vintage Oriental style.
Our team added touches of indigo, handmade baskets, and fresh greenery for a breezy, California vibe. By the time we were finished, we all wanted to move in!
In the nursery, we went for a gender-neutral palette of white and sand, and brought in touches of black, green and warm terracotta in the rug and pillows. 
Plenty of natural materials like wood, leather, rope, and woven seagrass added character and texture. But it didn't just have to look good; it also had to be a functional space. 
We brought in a twin-sized linen daybed for cuddling with Sonny during the long nights, a sleek changing table to coordinate with the modern crib, and a crisp modern glider and ottoman for rocking him to sleep.
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