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Top 20 Home Tours of All Time: #5 A Charming Bohemian Home in West Palm Beach, FL

by Grace Bonney

I can’t believe we’ve made it to the Top 5 Home Tours of All Time. After 15 years of posting and hundreds upon hundreds of home tours, these are the tours that connected with all of you in such a strong way. Today’s tour, a beautiful bohemian home in Florida, stood out because of its incredible collection of textiles, house plants, and patterns. This home is an excellent example of the bohemian modern style that has held strong in the design community for years now. For me, this home tour will always be remembered for the peaceful photo of a sleeping cat, curled up in the sun among a colorful collection of pillows and a stunning wall hanging. Oh, to be as relaxed and comfortable as that cat all day. xo, Grace

#5: A Charming Bohemian Home in West Palm Beach, FL

  • Who Lives There: Carley and Jonathan Summers
  • WhereWest Palm Beach, FL
  • DS debut: November 2015

Photography by Carley Summers

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  • Please cut it with the intrusive ads that are difficult to close and even when you do manage to hit the x, instead it take you to a different view. So annoying!!!???

    • Hi Jlambert

      We’re not supposed to have ads like that in our site, but sometimes the sneak through the ad networks. Can you tell me what the ad was? I will try to block them ASAP.

      Caitlin

      • Hi Caitlin,
        I get the ads all the time – basically any time I go to DS. I killed the ad that I got when I opened this post (and before reading the comments) so I don’t know what it was. I don’t have the problem Jlambert mentioned but the ad that I close is quickly replaced by another one. When I clicked the above link for the Full Tour, I got a Lowe’s ad and then a Nissan one after that.

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