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21 Ways to Incorporate Bohemian Style Interiors In Your Home

A melding pot of colour, texture and pattern, Boho style blends influences and elements from different cultures and eras. Originally referring to travellers from the central-eastern European region of ancient Bohemia, Bohemian style traditionally described people who lived unconventional lives that were richly artistic and nomadic. This travelling gypsy ideal meant that elements of various styles and cultures were amalgamated into an eclectic and unique style. During the 60s and 70s, Bohemian style enjoyed a renewed popularity, and many of the key features of that era are consistent with today's Boho-chic style.
Boho

The design rules of Boho are that there are no rules. Anything you’ve collected throughout your life, display it. It doesn’t matter if it doesn’t 'match' anything else you have - it’s not supposed to. Fill your space with a collection of fabrics, patterns, books, art, mirrors, vintage pieces or travel memoirs, and a chic chaos will emerge. wooden furnishings are a must, random and busy surfaces are typical, and humour and kitsch sit comfortably in modern Boho interiors. For all its free-forming and design anarchy, Boho does have some common themes that can be followed to create an effortlessly eclectic bohemian inspired space.

Moroccan Boho
Colourful lanterns, low tables and floor cushions lend a summer Bohemian feel to outdoor spaces. Invest in some ottomans, plush furnishings, lanterns and netting. Don’t be scared of a bold coloured feature wall., integrating rich colours with strong patterns to evoke a scene from a bright Moroccan bazaar. When it comes to Boho interiors, more is more. Multi-tonal ikat-inspired prints complement rather than clash, in a melding pot of colours, textures and patterns.
Moroccan Boho

European Bohemian
Think of burlesque gipsy wagons, beaded embellishments, tassels and crochet curtains. This take on Bohemian design allows you to be chaotic and unruly with flair and elegance. Decorate your room with lace, driftwood, jewellery and trinkets; anything from nature, anything from your travels. The goal is to make your room reflect your spontaneity. Not everything will have its place, not everything will be planned. Throw everything together, and do a couple of thoughtful edits to make it look effortless. Choose a statement piece such as a peacock or hanging chair. A crocheted or beaded curtain will add a chic twist onto the entryway of an understated room.
European Bohemian

Western Boho
Vintage leathers, tassels and butterfly chairs – high canopies and low floor-beds. Think rustic timbers, and woody furniture offset by sturdy materials made up of tie dye blankets and hemp pillows that will transform your space into a 60s haven. Tribal rugs, cacti and succulents cap off the Wild West Boho interior. Skip the sofa in favour of a pillowed in fortress, adorned with bright patterns and Navajo rugs.
Western Boho

Bohemian Elegance
This living room is full of Boho design ideas that exhibit a classic formal style paired with a rustic influence. The way to get this elegant Boho look is to blend eclectic Bohemian patterns, like this vintage style rug, with more refined materials like the carved wood coffee table. The symmetry of the two leather chairs and two matching sofas helps maintain balance while the funky colors and patterns create a lived-in Bohemian style.
Bohemian Elegance

Minimalist Boho
Bohemian style is unconventional and eclectic, so pairing it with minimal stylings helps to tone down the look. This combo of minimal aesthetic and styling with a boho influence is perfect for those who love a calm and welcoming feel. A Boho room like this works best with a neutral and earthy color palette—the boho influence comes more from the rich tones and small decor items than a mix of vibrant patterns.
Minimalist Boho

Transitional Boho
Transitional Boho is all about mixing simple transitional forms with Boho textures. It’s one of our favorite eclectic bedroom design tips that also works for living rooms or open spaces like this transitional entryway. Use a soft, earthy color on the walls and then add texture to the space on all levels. This room has a fringed rug, rattan stool, floral grass and a woven pendant light for maximum bohemian style!
Transitional Boho

Jungle Boho

We are super into this tropical boho style room! It features extra bold and eclectic style with a tropical flair. The key here is to use rich, saturated jewel tones, like the velvet armchair and the luscious green walls. Then balance these out with natural material elements, like rattan, seagrass and natural wood. Top off the look with tons of natural greenery, like the large and luscious plants shown here!

Jungle Boho

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Tropical boho

This tropical-inspired bedroom is one of the most serene Bohemian style bedrooms we’ve seen. It combines the look of “Miami Style” and boho to make for a soft and calming bedroom setting. The focus here is on using pastels and organic patterns to help this style come to life.
Tropical Bohemian

Traditional Boho

For a more traditional Bohemian style, pair eclectic pieces with boho accents, like in this funky bedroom. This look uses antiques or vintage finds to bring in a strong eclectic feel. Then add Boho accents, like the patterned wall hangings and cowhide rug layered over a traditional rug, to add to the quirky naturalness.
Traditional Boho interior design

Rustic Boho

For a Boho aesthetic that’s both chic and cozy, pair eclectic pieces with a rustic influence. Using natural materials, and an earthy palette, you can tone down the glitz of boho styling without losing its signature mix-and-match look. Add pops of color for extra boho flair, but keep the large furniture pieces neutral to ground the room in solid tones.
Rustic Boho interior design

Scandi Boho

Some of the best Bohemian style living rooms feature an all-white color scheme as the base. This living room has a global Scandinavian influence, with white walls, natural and organic textures, and neutral furniture pieces. Boho spaces can be sparse on color—just make sure to add contrast with plenty of texture, like layered rugs, wood materials and woven textiles.
Scandi Boho interior design

Modern Boho
This tasteful bohemian living room features a mid-century influence with boho accents. It’s an mid-century modern space with a bold and eclectic color palette to give it that fabulous boho flair. White on white is fantastic for a Boho interior. Think white painted timber floorboards, fairy lights as a canopy above your bed and plush furry throws over the end of a vintage couch. Bold hues and rich textiles offset white walls and earthy plants to create a laid-back ambience. And for this look, you can never have too many plants or prints, and personal stories such as your old guitar collection makes for cool, indie wall art. An all-white palette can always have a 70s-inspired twist with the addition of an ornate rug and pillows.
Modern Boho

Mid-Century Boho
For a super cozy look, check out this Mid-Century Boho living room. It combines rustic boho with a modern influence—lots of Mid-Century Modern pieces, to be exact. To make this look work, keep furniture modern and add in boho accents, like the artwork, pugs and textiles. We especially love the colors of this funky coffee table!
Mid Century Boho

Kids Boho

Boho style can be child-friendly, too! This peachy keen bedroom is perfect for any little ones who love a bright pink bedroom. Make sure to use lots of vibrant colors and patterns, along with quirky touches, like the tassel-lined curtains, for a kid-friendly approach.
Kids Boho

Neutral Boho

Neutral boho style is all about natural woods and nature inspired accents paired with soft textures. It’s a great style for baby and young kids spaces where you want a calming and serene color palette.

Neutral Boho

Global Boho

We love the global boho look of this eclectic entryway! It’s filled with plenty of global-inspired pieces along with layers of textures in similar color tones for a worldly look that’s still serene.
Global Boho

Texturous Boho

This dining space captures the perfect balance of contemporary forms and minimal styling along with boho elements and materials. For this boho modern look, focus on form and material, like the rattan bucket seat, instead of over-accessorizing.
Texturous Boho

Coastal Boho

This rustic blue dining room features a warm and welcoming coastal influence with boho touches. Coastal design has a lot of natural materials already, so playing up the more casual aspect of this style can help it lean more bohemian.
Coastal Boho

Bright Boho

This trendy rattan dining room mixes up eclectic and bold patterns with boho touches. Remember the Boho Motto: Don’t be afraid of patterns, go bold with them.
Bright Boho

Industrial Boho

Another look we love is mixing up Industrial style with eclectic elements for a Bohemian-inspired office! This workspace features a rich balance of natural, soft materials with more edgy items, like the industrial art, desk and stools.
Industrial Boho

Chic and Charming Boho

This gorgeous green dining space features eclectic Bohemian style with a rustic influence. For this look blend textures in furniture, like the woven chairs and carved wooden credenza, to achieve the Boho feel.
Chic and Charming Boho

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