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5 Must-Buys for a Breezy Boho Hideout

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Nest in style with these cozy lounge wares

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Carmo by BoConcept
By pairing hyper-soft foam-back cushions with handsome piped detailing, this modular sofa system delivers an ideal combo of substance and style. Opt for an extra-long sectional configuration so the whole family can kick back. Shown in a beige felt, it’s available in over 100 upholstery options, including various leathers. From $7430, at BoConcept

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Climb by EQ3
Wall-mounted powder-coated steel gables ensure this modular storage unit’s oak shelves can withstand up to 50 kilograms of favourite books, family photos or eclectic vacation finds. Choose from white or black beams in two heights, the tallest with nine attachment positions to let you adapt your configuration as collections grow. Also available: a desk element. From $1170, at EQ3

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Mid-century planters by West Elm
Set on turned walnut legs, these large, coastal-hued ceramic pots harken back to the geometric patterns common in 1950s Palm Springs architecture. Fill them with fig trees and cactuses to bring leafy vibes indoors. Available in both tall and stout sizes. From $270, at West Elm

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Jackson by Crate & Barrel
Embrace the calm, clean look of that beach-house rental you’ve been eyeing online. A thin ash wood frame and a white linen cloth shade give this tripod lamp airy elegance. Great for adding a warm glow to a room long after the sun has set. $300, at Crate & Barrel

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Marocco by Calligaris
Celestial elements collide on the surface of this colourful cotton, acrylic chenille and polyester-blend area rug, inspired by patterns found in hammam spas. $1370, at Calligaris

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