Got an Eye for Bohemian Chic? Check Out Good Eye Gallery

published Mar 15, 2017
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True to their name, Good Eye Gallery certainly has a discerning taste in vintage. The Los Angeles-based Marketplace seller stocks their corner with a variety of furnishings from a newly listed club chair in a burnt sienna plush mohair fabric to artwork including pop culture-themed silkscreens, Mid-Century lithographs and mix media paintings.

Last month the gallery opened an exhibit featuring the works of female artists in an effort to raise funds for Planned Parenthood. 20% of all sales in the Eagle Rock shop are donated to the healthcare services nonprofit. If you’re not in area, you can still connect with Good Eye Gallery’s owner and curator Melinda Fay. Her can-do attitude lead her to open shop, bringing art (both traditional and in the form of furnishings) to a more accessible and affordable level than her peers. Take a look how Melissa’s inclination to good design captures the bohemian trend with three different items at three different price points.

Woven wall hangings have been increasing popular with those looking to achieve Hygge bliss. This cool carpet art really captures the mood of a still night desert. Large in its influence, the wall hanging is only 36 inches wide and is mounted on plywood for easy displaying. Available on Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $300.

The rattan throne chair is quintessentially representative of the bohemian trend. Its great stature draws the eye into the room and when paired with a colorful throw or sheepskin rug, it gives the impression of a throne fit for royalty. In great condition with some minor breaks on one side of the arm. Available on Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $500.

Equal parts rustic and glamorous, this set of stoneware goblets is chic. Use them as daily drinkware or place them around the room as decorative votive holders. Available on Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $200.