I have been waiting for a long time to showcase my long time friend Caroline’s 1903 home, lovingly referred to as Boho Farm and Home. Caroline and her family moved from Central Phoenix-ish (close to me) to Downtown Phoenix two years ago, after her oldest daughter headed to Wheaton College. I photographed Catherine’s senior session in the backyard of the old home (click to see the dreamy images of her previous home) and her backyard featured here, one of my favorite sessions to date.
Caroline has always inspired me. Caroline was my spiritual mentor when I first became a Christian almost a decade ago – wow time flies. I always admired how she made her house a home, baked a pie and started her garden. You can say I am heavily influenced by her green thumb and you might find some similarities in decor.
Which brings us back to why I’ve been wanting to show you her home for a while! It’s pretty much complete – but let’s face it, design is never done for any of us home decor lovers and I know Caroline would agree – this is pretty close to complete though! I’m going to let the photos speak for themselves and let’s begin the tour – remember these are all super pin-able so you can save these ideas to your Pinterest boards.
Caroline has a beautiful collection of things from travels. She has stories with each item and it gets me so excited to hear where she found items in her home. We both share a love for collecting home decor while on trips – one of the best ways to make your home feel cozy and uniquely yours.
She also has an interior design degree so you can see that she’s definitely talented and knows how to make a house a home.
Oh my gosh I just love her so much I could squeeze her in this photo! The spoon she’s holding is from Mexico, a gift from her mother-in-law. I now want to go to Mexico to get one! Caroline is an excellent cook by the way, she and her husband David host evenings at their house and cook a farm to table meal or use their pizza oven. It’s pretty amazing and we’ve invited friends to join us and the conversation and food is just heavenly. You can check out her site www.bohofarmandhome.com for a schedule.
Coffee and tea station goals, right? C said when she did the open home tour everyone was taking photos of this and I said – well of course – Americans love our coffee!
Doesn’t her home look like a shop?
Her kitchen island is just dreamy. Total goals. To the right of the fridge will be the stairway to the attic, new bedroom and to the left of it goes down to a cellar.
Now onto the bedroom and bathrooms! This might be a small home but the details are plentiful, right?
The transoms above the doors let in so much more light in the home. Here are more bathroom details and that wallpaper!! Ahhhhh dead.
You can find this wallpaper at Anthropologie, here.
We aren’t done yet. Next, this carriage house which has a top and bottom floor that’s separate for you to stay in the next time you are in Phoenix! Yes, you can find it on Airbnb!
Stay tuned for the next tour.
Hope you enjoyed the tour, there were so many details I hoped I captured them all to share, but you can study every image in the photos like I do! xx