Hi lovelies! It's already been a week since I got home from my Texas trip. It's about time I started to share some of the many pics with you. When I travel I always love to visit as many home decor shops as possible, as every country has its own unique style. The Texas-style is also very unique. A lot of Mexican and Native American influences, happy colors and warm cozy decorations. Which I happen to love!
The distances in Texas are huge! So I do advise you to plan your trips ahead. Our trip from Harker Heights to The Pottery Ranch in Marble Falls took almost 3 hours to get there so best to plan out your home decor shopping trips in Texas.
The best in home decor Texas Style
More bohemian decor you will love
Bohemian home inspiration from Santorini
Bohemian interior fall inspiration for your home
Bright and bold colors mixed with the Texas outdoor living creates a unique mix of decoration and inspiration for your home and your garden. A lot of woods hardly painted giving it a vintage look. A lot of animal skulls with hand-carved prints. And most importantly, a lot of Native American jewelry which I'm crazy about! I got myself 2 beautiful turquoise rings as a reminder of this beautiful trip.
Places you simply have to visit in Texas
If you are visiting Texas I can highly recommend the following home decor stores to visit:
- Marble Falls, Pottery Ranch
- Waco, Magnolia ( by Joanna and Chip )
- Austin, My Casa
If you are a big fan of the Magnolia style by Chip and Joanna Gaines you can also have a look at Antropologie where a small part of the collection is available now. But visiting the store is Waco is an absolute dream if you like their makeover show FixerUpper.
And while you're at it don't forget to drop into one of the many boot stores. In Austin try Allen's boots. Even if you have no intention of buying seeing all those colorful embroidered boots will definitely make you happy!
Here are some more styles to create your own boho abode! Yay!
ps: don't forget to sign up for my weekly newsletter for more boho news!
Please add me to your newsletter.