Today we're excited to show you a sweet little space that belongs to our dear friend Meghan. Her living room is full of personal touches and she has a great eye for pulling vintage and collected items together. Though their home is small, Meghan has layered the rooms and created interesting vignettes in almost everything corner. Every time we look over these images, we find new details our eyes had missed before.
We have been friends with Meghan and her husband for several years. Meghan has a degree in Interior Design, and currently works as the Home Department Manager at the local Anthropologie; you can definitely see how her background has translated beautifully into her home! She is also a lifestyle photographer at Meghan Medlen Photography, where she enjoys capturing authentic moments and exploring the world with her lens.
If you love this look, you're in luck! After the tour, we've rounded up similar items to our favorite pieces from Meghan's home so you can get this eclectic vibe yourself!
Agra Culture: How long have you lived in your home? Tell us a little bit about it.
Meghan: We have rented this small home for 5 years. I live here with my husband and 2 cats. It's a small rental in the Old Towne district of Huntsville, Alabama, and was built around the early 1900s.
Agra Culture: What is your favorite space in your home and why?
Meghan: The living room is by far our favorite room in the house. We spend the majority of our time in there. The room gets amazing natural light due to the large windows and it opens up to our porch.
Agra Culture: What is your favorite item that you have ever found or purchased for your home?
Meghan: My favorite item would be my floral painting by Charleston based artist, Lulie Wallace. She is one of my favorite artists and I have pined for one of her paintings for years. My husband gave me the painting as a gift a few years ago. It was one of the first pieces of art we ever purchased for our home, and it makes me smile every time I look at it.
Agra Culture: What country, culture, or style are you most influenced by?
Meghan: This is a tough one because I admire the styles of several different cultures and countries. Traveling has been a passion of mine since I was a child, and I enjoy seeking inspiration from everywhere I visit. I have been a Francophile since I was little, and I have always loved color. I am also drawn to textiles from countries like Mexico and India and in the past few years I have been more inspired by bohemian spaces. My kilim pillows from The Department of Agra Culture are another favorite in the space!
The room is decorated with a mix of bohemian, rustic and vintage pieces. I still have a lot of old items from when we first got married but I'm starting to slowly invest in pieces I really love. I always feel a room is never "finished" and I always have a long list of projects I want to accomplish in our house.
Like the look? Check out some similar items we've rounded up below, so you can mimic Meghan's collected space for yourself! Click each photo for links.