Take a peek at this 70s boho living room filled with antique & modern treasures

70s boho living room filled with antique and modern treasures
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Traditional treasures combined with and modern measures — the measures being interior designer Jay Spectre’s approach to the New York townhouse of a young couple who owned, loved and lived with museum-caliber furnishings.

In their chic 70s boho living room, the two displayed their collection of art from all eras, be it a 1970 gouache or a 15th-century Indian wood-carved elephant.

In the lofty space, the quality was unquestionably “establishment” — all the furniture was French antiques, there were fabrics of silk and cut velvet, draperies richly fringed, and the cynosure Turkish rug a had magnificent, age-paled Ushak Angora with a mix of mellow color.

In the past, such old-line elegance would never have been used in context with a plaster-stripped brick wall, which is clearly so blendable with the color and texture here.

Everything was a gem of its genre, yet all pictures and decor were placed for everyday use and enjoyment.

Expressed: The young attitude that treasured connoisseur finds just as much as vintage thrift store discoveries.

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