Bohemian Screen Porch Reveal


It’s been a long time coming but my screen porch is finally done and just in time for the amazing fall weather that arrived this weekend.  I started with not much more than a set of dark resin wicker chairs I a didn’t love and a blank slate. I slowly filled in with vintage finds and DIY’s to turn my boring porch into a bohemian dream. This was the porch when we moved in, a great space with lots of

This was the porch when we moved in, a great space with lots of potential.

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My original plan involved the existing wicker with a few bamboo pieces mixed and lots of colorful textiles. As with most of my designs, things changed bases on the bargains I was able to find and the items I was able to DIY.

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The biggest shift came with the addition of a vintage rattan sofa I found at a consignment store for a song. I painted it a pretty blue to contrast with the existing black cushions.


This became the perfect place for my DIY rug sample pillows.


and of course required a change in plans for the new outdoor rug.


which in turn changed the color I planned for my dropcloth curtain DIY.


With the big things decided I brought in lots of plants, bamboo accents…


and of course a few more textiles!wicker-sunroom-screen-poerch-bamboo-orange-aqua-black-white-bohemian

In the end being flexible meant I spent less money and created a space even better than what I originally planned.


A place even the cat can’t get enough of.


Now that everything is pulled together I’m ready to sit back, relax, and enjoy the view.



  1. This is exactly how I pictured it, and then better! I love how you pulled all these tones together for a beautiful and eclectic porch!

  2. It’s so pretty! Just love your style and awe to the cute little kitty

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  4. laurie615 says:

    The best designs usually happen when you go off your original plans don’t you think?! The sunroom is perfection! Love the colors and how cozy it is!!

  5. it’s so cozy and gorgeous- love the colors, the vintage touches, and the textiles you made and used!

  6. Gretchen@BoxyColonial says:

    Ah, such a lovely, cozy space! I love that rug!

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