16) Culture Clash
Global influence is a big part of the bohemian look so feel free to mix and match your cultures. Here, a wonderfully intricate Indian wooden room divider provides a bit of privacy around a bed adorned with warm Mexican design on the throw blanket and pillow.
17) Antiques in a Boho Bedroom
18) Teen Boy’s Boho Bedroom
While there’s no question teenage girls love boho style, it’s a look that also works very well in a teen boy’s bedroom. There might be less bright color and less floral exuberance, but the basic idea remains the same: a mishmash of well-loved items and a ton of personality.
19) Easy, Breezy Boho
“Bohemian” is sometimes used as a synonym (or perhaps an excuse) for a very cluttered – even messy – look. And while a boho room is typically decorated with plenty of well-loved collectibles, artwork, and furnishings, it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Case in point: the room is shown here — it’s from Amber Interior Design – is quite airy and simple (by boho standards) and yet it’s still full of color, pattern, fun vintage flair (that rattan bed!) and a comfortable yet whimsical overall vibe.