Blogger and social media editor, Colleen Ludovice has spent the last two years creating a home that reflects her personal style: a balance of Scandinavian minimalism and eclectic bohemian. Her 1920s Craftsman bungalow provides the perfect canvas with its hardwood floors, large windows and built-in woodwork. She has adopted a minimalist philosophy while paring down her flea market finds. Colleen has kept the secondhand items she loves the most to ensure that the space reflects her love of travel and affinity for vintage items. The natural light, indoor plants, and pops of color throughout the space keep the home feeling vibrant and warm during the long, dark Midwestern winters. Take a tour of the space below!
“I’m in love with the character of our 1920s craftsman bungalow. When we bought our house two and a half years ago, we were fortunate to have a clean slate with original hardwood floors, built-ins, and white woodwork.”
“I’m inspired by the simplicity of mid-century modern and Scandinavian design, but I also love relaxed, bohemian style and incorporating pops of color, depending on the season.”
“Creating a home is a constant balance of wanting to fill a space with everything you love but also being content and making the most of what you have. “