Boho details: Tassels, pom-poms, patterns & beads

Wire-lashing jewelry

The method behind what’s boho. This photo is for those who make jewelry, like myself, with a bit of an insider look on “technique.”

Packaging Inspiration from Anthroplogie. An enclosure of generously gilded leather enveloping: hand-bound pages wrapped by a tassel cord.

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Vintage nomadic boho: Mirrors on Pillows. Gypsy belt from an Indian accessories tradition.

boho cuchion

boho cushion

Boho Cushions for Comfort. Indian mirrored cushions.

Anthropologie ethnic cushion. Beautiful colors & prints.

Pom Pom beauty. A fusion pom-pom necklace marrying different jewelry-making techniques, found at Anthropologie.

Anthro tasseled pin necklaceTasseled Boho Necklace. Anthropologie is now posting this necklace on their website, and it is an absolute darling.

I posted an older tutrorial about making your own tassel on my other blog, karboojeh.wordpress.com.

There, you can also find a little story about the origin of tassels, and how it relates to my culture & spirirtual heritage.

Tassels are everywhere in the Levant. They are part of daily life, rather than being a fashion trend that comes & goes.

They adorn prayer rosaries, and go all the way to decorate curtains, cushions, and so many other decorative items.

Now they are on necklaces and bracelets; which is not their usual place.

My personal belief, without really researching my claims, is that Ottomans spread ‘the tassel’ in the world!

I love tassels!

Let’s not forget to go back to wire-lashing, and again it’s a necklace from Anthropologie…

(Source: karboojeh)

Pouffes with a pom-pom trim are very difficult to get over. The color of this ‘suzani’ style pouffe is so dreamy… works great for a shabby-chic house with an ethnic, bohemian edge. The pink pom-pom trimming is feminine, yet not overboard; it’s still an adult’s pouffe.

Pouffes with a pom-pom trim are very difficult to get over. The color of this ‘suzani’ style pouffe is so dreamy… works great for a shabby-chic house with an ethnic, bohemian edge. The pink pom-pom trimming is feminine, yet not overboard; it’s still an adult’s pouffe.

(via thatbohemiangirl)

Boho Touch. This is a good day to discover bohemian-looking jewelry on the net. And I did!
Catchall Jewelry makes tribal ear-wraps out of brass wire… and guess what? ‘You don’t need any piercings to wear them,  there is a wire in the back that wraps around your ear and keeps the  ear-wrap in place,’ the artist tells us on her website, Junk.
I’m particularly interested in the intricate detailing of these ear-wraps; very delicate, and absolutely beautiful.
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(Pic via Junk)

Boho Touch. This is a good day to discover bohemian-looking jewelry on the net. And I did!

Catchall Jewelry makes tribal ear-wraps out of brass wire… and guess what? ‘You don’t need any piercings to wear them, there is a wire in the back that wraps around your ear and keeps the ear-wrap in place,’ the artist tells us on her website, Junk.

I’m particularly interested in the intricate detailing of these ear-wraps; very delicate, and absolutely beautiful.

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(Pic via Junk)