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hii! i created this wall art to hang above a bar cart. can be used in an apartment, house or anywhere you would like. i thought it would be cute to put above a bar cart since a little wall art always looks is cute with them! i can custom make these, if you would like to change anything at all please let know and I am happy to accommodate!  thank you for checking out my page

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I love this color schemes and the combination of the wood and the different shades of velvet. A luxurious but light dining experience.
Cute for if you don't have an actual laundry room.

Laundry

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1930's Hazel Atlas Newport Hairpin Amethyst Oval - Etsy

Kitchen/Dining

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Please don't let the cats out or the cops in-PDF Cross | Etsy

DecorInspo

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LivingRoom

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A bohemian paradise, this bathroom showcases a mix of vintage tiles, a copper bathtub, and a pebble stone floor. Macramé wall hangings, succulents, and layered textiles infuse the space with a carefree and boho-chic aesthetic. Explore more on Nymphs Daily Blog.
Handcrafted Cobra Wood & Brass Wall Mounted faucet, Hot and Cold wall Mount Bath Faucet
Natalie Doef describes her style as bohemian, whimsical, modern, and fresh. "I tend to gravitate towards earthy features; I love incorporating natural materials like rattan, bamboo, clay, ceramic, and stone.

Bathroom

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Bedroom inspo

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a bathroom with a toilet, sink and potted plants
Bohemian Retreat: Stylishly Incorporating Eclectic Elements for Bath Bliss
A bohemian paradise, this bathroom showcases a mix of vintage tiles, a copper bathtub, and a pebble stone floor. Macramé wall hangings, succulents, and layered textiles infuse the space with a carefree and boho-chic aesthetic. Explore more on Nymphs Daily Blog.
some plants are hanging on the wall above a toilet in a bathroom with a window
A 400-Square-Foot Ontario Rental's Top Style Inspiration Is Earth Itself
Natalie Doef describes her style as bohemian, whimsical, modern, and fresh. "I tend to gravitate towards earthy features; I love incorporating natural materials like rattan, bamboo, clay, ceramic, and stone.