Global warmth

In­te­rior de­signer and shop owner Is­abelle Dahlin drew de­sign in­flu­ences from around the world for her wel­com­ing Cal­i­for­nia re­treat.

Better Homes & Gardens - - Inspiration -

Is­abelle Dahlin calls her style easy eclec­ti­cism. It’s a look in­spired by her life: the sim­plic­ity and clean lines she grew up with in Swe­den, the tex­tures and pat­terns she’s en­coun­tered on trips through­out Europe and Morocco, and the at­ten­tion to light she ap­pre­ci­ates in the Cal­i­for­nia re­gion she now calls home. This mix de­fines Is­abelle’s Los An­ge­les home fur­nish­ings bou­tique, deKor, and is re­flected in the 680-square­foot sec­ond home she shares with her hus­band, Bran­don Boudet, 90 miles north in Ojai. Here, lively pat­terns against a white back­drop cre­ate a space that’s both laid back and invit­ing. “I wanted the en­tire home to feel like a ca­sual, warm place that you never want to leave,” she says.

WHITE BED­DINGBAL­ANCES A BOLD FOLK ARTWALLPAPER (OTOMI BY HYGGE& WEST).

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