Tour a Newly Renovated Boho Bungalow Filled With Nature-Inspired Décor

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You wouldn’t believe they are living in this boho bungalow for only 9 months, but everything inside this two-bedroom home feels cozy and warm!

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Name: Audrey Faullummel
Location: Longueuil, Québec
Type of Home: House (bungalow), own
Size: 1,080 square foot
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1

Authenticity, charm, and personality take time to grow. This is true for people, and of course, for homes. Each room, walls, and windows evolve gradually over time until it reflects the unique characters of the people who live there. From simple rearranging to complicated redesigning and renovating projects, these are all part of a home’s evolution. Today’s Omysa home tour is all about transformation over the span of only 8 months. From a lifeless space to a chic, warm, and well-loved boho bungalow that’s completely inspired by nature, neutral tones, and rattan & wood pieces.

Audrey Faullummel and her small family moved into this 1,080-square-foot bungalow last June, a few months after the pandemic started. Audrey shares that it was not an easy house hunting journey in Montréal for them because there were not a lot of options in the market. So the couple decided to settle down in this small bungalow, even though there was a lot of renovation that needs to be done. Luckily, Audrey and her husband were not afraid to face the challenge as Audrey had plenty of great ideas and her husband was very handy.

After 9 months, Audrey is finally ready to share some parts of her boho bungalow filled with nature-inspired décor. Personal charm is everywhere in Audrey’s beautiful space. Her home certainly feels clean, cozy, and eccentric with lots of earthy pieces. Audrey and her husband are still in the process of redesigning and renovating other parts of their small bungalow, but Audrey is truly proud of how they are slowly turning this house into their forever little home.

Tell us something about your home

We bought this bungalow last June, so few months after pandemic started. This is not easy to become an owner in Montréal area at this time because there is not much house to sell in the market. So, we find this small bungalow with a lot of renovation to do, but my husband and I were not afraid of it. I had great ideas, and lucky for me, he is very handy. We live in our house for 8 months, but we have already renovated a lot. Sure, there is still a lot to do, but we are now proud to call this house our home.

Describe your interior style

My interior is kind of neutral. I like to use light wood in my furniture, and material like linen and rattan.

Tip: Keep your kid’s room organized and tidy by providing lots of storage to store all of their things.

What is your favorite part of your home and why?

My living room with a swing because my 7 years old son plays with it every day.

What is your least favorite part of your home and why?

The basement because we didn’t start the renovation yet.

Where do you get your inspiration from?

Instagram and a lot of different people.

Dream home design advice/tips you want to share?

Don’t be afraid to integrate the inspiration you’ve saved on Pinterest or Instagram into your own space.

Tip: We absolutely agree with Audrey. It may be a real challenge to redesign and renovate your own space, but it’s going to be worth it! Start small, take it day by day, and you will slowly see the beautiful changes. You got this!

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Seeing Audrey’s beautiful boho bungalow inspired us to take on the challenge of designing a home that reflects our unique personality with charm, and of course, style.

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Thanks, Audrey!

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