Classic Bohemian Meets '70s Minimalist

Classic Bohemian Meets '70s Minimalist

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Jessica Isaac
Jul 16, 2016
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Name: Megan Jorgensen
Location: Highland Park — Los Angeles, California
Size: 2 bedroom
Years lived in: Rented 6 months

Megan Jorgensen is an artist whose carefully edited collection of unconventional knick knacks has followed her from Minneapolis to California and everywhere in between. From antique tools to mini figurines—and her own paintings and textiles—her artistic assortment is displayed throughout her home in thoughtful vignettes. In a world where Bohemian has come to represent a very specific modern style, the spirit that permeates Megan's home feels refreshing.

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Megan shares her Highland Park home with her equally free-spirited roommate Leah. Luckily the two share similar taste in decor, drinks and music (not pictured: McCartney spinning on the turntable). While the home feels clean and minimal, it's full of little vintage treasures and the perfect amount of plant life to keep things lively.

Get the look! → Bohemian & '70s Minimalist

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Apartment Therapy Survey:

My Style: '70s meets minimalist. I tend to be drawn to anything vintage. I love dreaming of the story behind it.

Inspiration: The way others live.

Favorite Element: Textiles

Biggest Challenge: Not having room for something new.

What Friends Say: You have such a good eye.

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Biggest Embarrassment: Not having toilet paper.

Proudest DIY: Record player credenza

Biggest Indulgence: My Victorian secretary desk.

Best Advice: If you like it, go with it.

Dream Sources: Small towns I've never been. Abandoned places, cabins, mid-century modern houses.

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Get the look! → Bohemian & '70s Minimalist

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Thanks, Megan!


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