1) Decorating in Boho Style
Whether you call it boho or bohemian, this eclectic decorating style is a colorful blend of patterns, fabrics, styles, and eras, livened up with a big dose of artistic free spirit and an attitude of “Anything goes as long as I love it.” If that sounds like the decorating style for you, read on to learn tips and tricks about boho décor from the 24 rooms featured here.
Boho style typically means a flair for global influences, like the Moroccan touches in the room shown here. And while there’s plenty of excitement in this exotically beautiful bedroom, notice that the palette is limited to purple, gray, and chartreuse. While a rainbow of color is quite common with this style, it’s not required; remember, this is a decorating theme without much regard for “rules.”
2) Boho Shifts Into Neutral
Think of the bohemian decorating style, and you most likely imagine a room filled with a riot of bright color. And in fact, that is the most common look for this theme. But as has been stated already, boho is a style without rigid rules. There’s no law stating you can’t do a wonderfully bohemian look entirely in neutrals. This room, from Blissfully Eclectic, has the bohemian look perfectly played out in neutral. It’s filled with everything that makes boho so wonderful: lots of patterns, many different types of textiles, global influence, tons of personality. The neutral palette takes the excitement down a notch, however, proving that even boho style can be peaceful and serene when it wants to be.