In a nutshell, BOHO HOSPITALITY is a hospitality consulting business. We help you open & operate your own home-based bed-and-breakfast (i.e. AirBNB, VRBO, etc.). Join us for a workshop or hire Julie for a private consultation. Take the leap and begin welcoming guests today.
BOHO HOSPITALITY properties are all about comfort. We want our guests to feel welcome from the minute they book with us up until they lock the door and begin their next adventure. We value our connections with folks from all over the world and feel proud so many guests return as friends.
Choose BOHO HOSPITALITY and have us design your guest space using what you already own. We transform furniture and accessories with an eye for usefulness and comfort. We all want to be where we feel welcome: BOHO HOSPITALITY design does just that.
"Renting guest rooms to travelers means I have more time to spend with the people I love."
Julie has a knack for words, repurposed furniture, and extreme bargain hunting. After successfully turning spare rooms into profitable, whimsical hideaways for 800+ guests, Julie's newest venture--BOHO HOSPITALITY-- takes her experience with short-term rentals & guest room design.
Our number one priority in this heart-based business is connecting to others.
Follow BOHO HOSPITALITY on Instagram and pick up DIY decor tips, drool over our model homes, and gather ideas for hosting guests.
There are a lot of ways BOHO HOSPITALITY can help you live the life you desire by combining comfortable, inviting guest room design with short-term rental mentoring.
Join us for a workshop in your community and learn:
"I want to run a Bed & Breakfast where everything in it is for sale."
When I was a little girl, my Grandmother and I would often discuss my future. Unlike many youngsters, my dreams did not involve ponies or princes: I wanted to be an innkeeper. And I wanted to do it with my Grandma.
Before BOHO HOSPITALITY
A few years before she died, I got my wish (sort of). In 2010, I opened my first AirBNB above my small furniture boutique in Denver, Colorado. Downstairs I reinvented found furniture and upstairs I shared my living space with paying guests. It wasn't exactly the Bed & Breakfast I envisioned with a barn out back filled with antiques--but it wasn't too far off, either.
Giving People What They Want
When guests wandered downstairs, we'd typically end up chatting over a cup of coffee. These world travelers filled my head with adventure stories and ideas for improving the world were common. Tiny houses. Community gardens. Bonfire singalongs.
More than anything, we talked about our daydreams.
The seed was planted, and up sprang BOHO HOSPITALITY.
In addition to running BOHO HOSPITALITY and my guest properties, I'm an English professor. Not only am I getting older every year while my students stay the same age, I'm also noticing other kinds of gaps growing in the world around us.
"I wish there was some way I could help people connect with each other."
I said this after a sniper killed 58 people down the street from where I live. I say this on days when I'm feeling lonely. I say this when I notice my own compassion waning for people panhandling on the street. I say it a lot.
Opening my home to guests--and helping others do the same--is my attempt to bring people closer together. Paying attention to the details within my home, my behavior toward others, and my intentions for how I want this world to be is BOHO HOSPITALITY.