The casual Brooklyn home of author and journalist Julia Chaplin embraces New York chic and West Coast boho. A gypsy treasure trove of collected textiles and furnishings carefully selected over the years makes Julia’s home a sanctuary with style. Julia describes her modus operandi as gypset – literally meaning a gypsy, jet-set, semi-nomadic, bohemian approach to life. “It’s an identity search fusing my hippie upbringing with the life I have created in the city,” says this wandering writer.
When you travel a lot, you want the home to be a place that’s relaxing and restful, where you can make sense of everything you’ve seen. It’s hard to relax if your eye is called to think too often.
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