Light and Airy California Interiors

Light and Airy California Interiors

(Photo via Architectural Digest)

The California look is truly iconic, and its beachy, laid-back bohemian vibe has only gotten better over the years.

This effortlessly chic style is exactly that: effortless! It’s all about capturing the bright Cali sun and complementing it with rustic materials, greenery, bold patterns and peeks of glamour with gold and mirrored accents. What’s great is that you can find California-inspired items anywhere; think Etsy, West Elm or even your local flea market.

To start, we always recommend working with a white room to enhance the natural light coming through the windows; this instantly widens the space, filling it with sun and airiness. From there, build your look with unique items you’ve been eyeing, whether it be a vintage Persian rug, fig trees, scintillating lighting and beach-themed art.

Explore some of our favourite California sanctuaries, and explore our curated collection of thematic artwork from artists like Stephanie Vovas and Jane Wilder!

(Photo via Irene Edwards, featuring our "Crystal Cove" print by stephanie vovas)
(Photo via Irene Edwards, featuring our “Crystal Cove” print by Stephanie Vovas, available here)

(Photo via House and Home)
(Photo via House and Home)
(Photo via Homepolish)
(Photo via Homepolish)
(Photo via MyDomaine)
(Photo via MyDomaine)
(Photo via Frenchy Fancy)
(Photo via Frenchy Fancy)
(Photo via InStyle)
(Photo via InStyle)
(Photo via Domino)
(Photo via Domino)
(Photo via Style Me Pretty Living)
(Photo via Style Me Pretty Living)
(Photo via Rue)
(Photo via Rue)
(Photo via Apartment Therapy)
(Photo via Apartment Therapy)
(Photo via MyDomaine)
(Photo via MyDomaine)

(Photo via This Is Glamorous)
(Photo via This Is Glamorous)

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