Spruce Street Commons’ Mod–Boho Makeover at Touraine apartment building
Y’all know we love a good mix of modern and vintage so we can’t wait to show you these digs.
For Liz Solms, creative director of Spruce Street Commons, historic preservation guidelines often take priority over whimsy when decorating their Touraine apartment building, (which is home to both long term residences and vacation rentals). Nonetheless, instead of the building’s usual traditional aesthetic, when making over No. 108, she and Natalie Suresch decided to go bold and bohotastic!
As a result, according to Liz, No. 108 is now Touraine’s modern bohemian Alice Through the Looking Glass. It’s a place where you walk through the door and immediately feel transported to a plantiful and colorful dream. We are especially digging the living room’s lush green/teal wall enhanced by a gallery of photography, prints, and paintings.
When designing the space, Liz and Natalie wanted guests of all ages to enjoy the good vibes. As a result, tiny bohemians stay entertained with toys, crayons, and paper stored in beautiful African baskets.
We are ready to make ourselves comfortable at No. 108. Thank you for sharing Liz!
Additionally, you can book a sleepover at No. 108 here.
Photos courtesy of Kyle Born Photography.