Decorating with boho style means finding that perfect blend of colorful, patterned things with an abundance of color.
In modern usage, the term “Bohemian” is applied to people who live unconventional, usually artistic, lives. So, accordingly, the bohemian style means bright colors, crazy patterns and artistic atmosphere. A bedroom such a style looks refined and very specific. A boho chic atmosphere is mostly created with the help of fabric: bedspreads, the upholstery of the furniture, rugs and curtains. If you don’t want too many colors, make light walls and ceiling and add colors with furniture and accessories. Baldaquins, bird cages and amazing art works are welcome. Mix boho chic with any other style, especially great it looks with romantic, vintage and rustic styles and be stylish!
A bohemian look is all about balancing bright colors, neutral tones, and layers of texture.
For an attic boho bedroom a hanging bed would be an awesome choice.
Gorgeous bohemian furniture isn't always covered with colorful bedding sets. You can choose a neutral color palette and make it works too.
Dreamy canopy, ethnic patterns, and mixed art in mismatched frames make this bedroom looks quite chic.
Bold colorful rug and a gorgeous pendant light fixture are a great company to other vintage pieces in the room.
Consider this as subtle version of boho decor with a beatiuful lacy canopy, boho curtains, and low-profile furniture pieces.
A touch of luxury won't make an interior less chic or boho.
A bold, bright rug mixed with a creative but subtle canopy make this bedroom's decor quite unique.
Bohemian style works great for a teenager room too.
Macrame blinds provide the texture to a window while colorful upholstery looks great surround by crisp white walls and floors.
A bunch of mirrors add above the bed creates lots of dimension in this space.
Mismatched throw pillows could be found in many boho environments.
String lights is not only a romantic addition to a hippie bedroom but also a practical one.
Macrame curtains would be a perfect addition to bohemian bedroom decor.
Vintage nightstands could easily add worldly flair.
Pair a heavily patterned piece, like this duvet, with crisp white walls for a balanced look.
There is no 'wrong' color when you're decorating in bohemian style. Don't listen to others and choose the hue you like the most.
Even small bohemian touches like patterned throw pillows and Asian vases turned into lamps could cozy up a rustic bedroom.
A colorful, patterned duvet looks best with simple surroundings like monochrome walls and floors.
Nothing says boho like sleeping on a floor surrounded by a large canopy.
For balancing splashes of color soft curtains and canopies work extremely well.
Even a single furniture piece could add a bohemian vibe to any room.
Layered rugs would bring flair to any space.
A mix of patterned, colorful pillows and linens sets the tone for otherwise contemporary space.
Rustic wood boards could work as a background for a boho chic space.
Gypsy bedroom decor isn't the most popular nowadays but you can get lots of ideas from it.
Whitewashed brick is a great background for a stylish boho bedroom.
A colorful, cold-toned, tribal-inspired rug would be a great addition to such bedroom, especially combined with warm wood floor.
Bright boho color palette should always come with something soft and neutral. White sheets, walls and a canopy looks well with such textile headboard and throw pillows.
Mixing industrial and boho details could make a room look quite hip and chic.
You shouldn't think that bohemian decor means messy clutter. It could be quite sophisticated and stylish.
Layered patterns and textures is one of the main characteristics of boho style interiors.
Boho patterns could work in dark rooms too.
The low-to-the-ground bed always looks welcoming and airy.