Choose Lots of Rich Colors
Walking in a Boho room, you can expect any color of the rainbow in it; typically, rich colors and earthy tones are found common. Use olive green, magenta, deep blue, or saffron. Boho theme allows you to layer plenty of colors and lets you mix warm and cool colors.
Layer Textures and Patterns
A key element in a Boho home is the addition of natural textures. Include a lot of woven materials like rattan, sisal, knits, and hemp. Cover your wall with handmade tapestries like macramé, weaves, batiks, and more. Fringed and kilim rugs are also welcome and look great in a Boho interior. Mix and match different patterns; floral, stripes, ethnic prints, paisley, anything goes with this style. Enjoy the freedom of experimentation!
Mix Old and New Furniture
Typically in a Boho home, a few second-hand or vintage pieces are included. Whether old or new, furniture pieces must be fluffy, plush, and welcoming. Create an ambiance that is casual and unpretentious — use floor cushions, poufs, and footstools. A weathered curio cabinet and a few oversized pillows in the corner to create a reading nook will look awesome.
Bring the Nature in With Plants
Adding plants in your space will amplify textural elements and bring beautiful colors and intensify a vibrant, unpredictable feel. Try to blur the line between inside and outside as much as possible in your Boho home. Move beyond fresh-cut flowers in vases by adding dried tree branches in glass vessels and arrange a few spectacular terrariums to bring a wild vibe inside.
Add your Travel Adventures
The Bohemian homes usually have a Moroccan look, but it’s not only restricted to only one cultural approach. Decorate it however you like it to be!
Display all your travel adventures and art pieces that you have collected until now. Arrange painted art alongside textiles and sculptures gathered from around the globe in a haphazard but happy pile. Collection of artwork from different countries is a sure way to spark an interesting conversation with your guests.