Layered Turkish kilims grace the wood-planked floors of your home; flea-market portraits are stacked against an old boyfriend’s forgotten guitar (it’s yours now, anyway). Antique suzanis take the place of simple white linens in your bedroom, and one-off incense holders sit atop your intricately carved coffee table. You keep sticks of sage burning to ward off the bad karma you got from buying generic-brand eggs at the grocery store. You let your unconventional flag fly, and for that we applaud you. Your Design Inspirations: John Robshaw; Talitha Getty. Make It Work: Layers, layers, layers! Textiles are crucial to achieving bohemian balance—or, in your case, imbalance.