Photos of gorgeous homes abound on the internet, but I'm most envious of the perfectly eclectic ones. Foley +Corinna designer Anna Corinna's Brooklyn apartment is an excellent example of this: a trove of awesome finds that combine to make a whimsical, laid-back space.
This can be a difficult style to pull off, since it can look incoherent rather than artful. Corinna does it well, deftly pairing bohemian, unexpected pieces — for example, a sturdy farmhouse table with delicate wrought iron chairs, or mismatched ottomans with a pretty coffee table. It gives her home tons of personality, and a style that has clearly taken lots of time, patience, and love to get right.
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