In our new series, Following Now, we go inside the homes of cool Canadian creatives.
Since launching her vintage home and fashion shop, Boheme Goods, in 2016, Sarah Shabacon has turned thrift store finds into pieces with covetable style, often in her signature desert-toned palette. Everything is burnished and sun-kissed, from the sun-bleached streaks in her sons’ hair to the saffron sofa. “Neutral colors are really calming to me,” says Sarah. “I tend to get anxious and bright colors are too stimulating.” Scroll down to tour her paradise-like family home!
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