This woman is everything. It's of the highest delights to be able to step inside her California Victorian flat and feel the poetic and cozy space she has created for herself and Edie. Through thick and thin, Beth illuminates. She is a beacon of curiosity and gratitude (she has been since we met at age 10). Her home resonates this thoughtful, loving luminosity of hers- we'd do just about anything to be there with them right now in the #boburbswest! Click for the tour as shot by Marissa Rocke.....come on in to the world of Nouveau Nonchalance!
In the early '90's, Beth had the coolest shrine pinned and framed in her closet (candles for Kurt, stacks of mixed tapes, dried corsages, ironic ransom-note-looking clips from 'zines, and goofy polaroids). Her ceiling was decorated with a tent-like sheet, pinned with thumbtacks and billowing from above. We were just kids, but her eye for interiors was evolved!! Flash-forward twenty-five more years and the same soulful touch remains- though now we see a woman who has lived and loved, a mother who nurtures, and a friend who inspires. Take a look around Beth's bohemian Sacramento home.
She is a master treasure-hunter: the abundance of decor in Beth's house was thrifted or found.
Craigslist couch scores and some dramatic fan tassels. Edie dances in her own little bohemian baby nook.
Rock-lover. A pile of Anthropologie coasters and some gathered geodes from travels to the ocean and Colorado.
White made rustic.
If these walls could talk..... works from friends, family, or found.
A spot to kick your boots off.
A vintage record table vignette. Flea-found railroad spikes, wooden palm, and an original Don Freedman fiber wall hanging from the '70's.
Vintage leather Mexican Equipale chair.
Gifted Anthro alligator feet and a pod of cheerful planters.
The exposed kitchen is ideal for entertaining and family time. Her eclectic sense of comfort is perfection.
Gorgeous antiquity. Peep the vintage trimmings pinned up in the kitchen!
Gold Country relics.
Edie Jo pulls up a chair.
Beautiful Inlaid shell utensil collection.
The sweetest snack-seeker.
Hanging vintage kimono was Edie's great-grandmother's, brought back from Japan in the 40's. Cow skull found on a trip to Sedona.
Flowers from friends atop an antique trunk. Rope spool bedside tables made by Edie's dad.
Ashes and moments: a sacred space for Beth's father.
The most coveted mumu collection!
Romantic modernism on a stack of reads.
Love the molding-top styling in a crisp bathroom.
Textiles adorn Edie's nursery.
Beth's sister handmade this sweet bird mobile.
Bric-a-brac dresser details for Edie.
Make sure to follow Beth's lovely feed on Instagram!