The words ‘refined boheme’ alongside ‘Hamptons farmhouse’ seem a bit odd at first glance. How do all these worlds collide into a perfectly stylish home? Well, the proof is in the pudding…

refined boheme in a hamptons farmhouse - house tour via coco kelley layers of global textiles in this refined boheme house tour via coco kelley

First off – the only thing ‘farmhouse’ about this home is the exterior itself. From the outside it indeed feels quintessential Hamptons, and inside, wide plank floors and a few rustic rooms and details certainly lend to the title. But the decor? Oh no. The decor is global chic to the core, as evidenced by this first space – a beautifully layered living room. I am quite obsessed with that chair and its fancy fringe.

eclectic entryway with stunning mirror moroccan rug and stained glass pendant - refined boheme house tour via coco kelley

You’ll notice Moroccan rugs cover nearly every surface of the home, but all of them very unique. A traditional piece – like this entryway console – here and there lends again to that farmhouse feel, but it’s the textiles throughout the space that bring the personality. This next room might be my favorite…

beautiful layered textiles in a moody living room nook - refined boheme house tour via coco kelley refined boheme house tour - cindy sherman hamptons home via coco kelley

I love that these walls were left bare and rustic. Such dreamy light in here!

ultra simple but sophisticated kitchen in a hamptons farmhouse - house tour via coco kelley

The very simple kitchen is the only space that feels a bit more modern and goes back to that farmhouse feel. I like that they chose to keep it simple in here, as for me kitchens should always be a bit less fussy and more about the food and function.

The dining room, however…

antique chair and black and white chinoiserie wallpaper - refined boheme house tour via coco kelley a fun mix of antique and fresh textile textures in the dining room - refined boheme farmhouse home tour via coco kelley

The upholstery on these chairs is SO fun! Not my most favorite room, but I do appreciate what’s going on here. I love the way the antique chairs look against the black and white chinoiserie wallpaper.

fresh blue and whites in this eclectic layered bedroom - refined boheme house tour via coco kelley

Ok, so I lied. I think the bedroom is my favorite! I love the bold fresh blue in here! The chandelier being icing on the cake. Taking a second look, I’m not sure I would have pulled those pillows out of my hat for this space, but the mismatched curtains? Yes. I love. You can see the pair to the one on the left in the bath below…

fresh bathroom with blue moroccan rug - refined boheme house tour via coco kelley details of the refined boheme life - a house tour via coco kelley

The ‘refined boheme’ style is definitely one I can get behind (It reminds me a bit of this home tour too – which one do you gravitate to?). Here’s how we’d get the look:


1 seed glass geometric pendant // 2 blue pillow, grey shibori pillow, kantha pillow // 3 dhurrie rug chair // 4 beveled metal mirror // 5 gilded parsons side table // 6 antique french daybed // 7 moroccan rug // 8 kate roebuck painting // 9 chinese style glazed pot

What I wouldn’t give for a big ol daybed to throw a million pillows on like theirs! And all those boldly upholstered furnishings are making me want to brave with my next chair purchase – I think I need a little more pattern in my life!

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photography: jason schmidt for Architectural Digest

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