Now that I’m being so much more intentional about creating a space I love (especially when it comes to our living room, which flows into my teeny workspace and our awkwardly large dining space…), I’ve been on the Instagram hunt for amazing shops to watch for the perfect pieces. Between that, and spending far too long on Etsy, I’ve found a ton of great shops that feature all those gorgeous vintage boho decor you see on feeds like The Jungalow (who also has a shop, btw) that are always so inspiring.
When it comes to curating a beautiful space, doing so with ethically made wares means making a TON of compromises. The best way to go about it, I’ve found, is to be open minded… And patient. You need lots and lots of patience. You just can’t build an ethical home in a day. But, if you’re open to curating from an eclectic mix of sources, from Etsy to thrifting to custom design, you can get a vintage boho home that’s just as thoughtful as it is beautiful.