The boho style is definitely for those not afraid of color, and wanting to fill their home with life and culture. This aesthetic is relaxed, carefree and filled with energy. Usually it is more common to see this type of style in the homes of travelers, given they are most likely to come back with different objects and decorations that symbolize or describe the culture of the place visited. Their unconventional life is expressed creatively in this style of decoration, as it mirrors the combination of colors, textures and patterns from many areas of the world. If you are looking for a different and unique style that you can make your home, Boho is the style for you.
There are truly no rules, but just to have fun. Try combining earthy colors (brown, yellow, orange, red, green, etc.), play with different textures and materials, do not be afraid to combine different color metals and most importantly, be sure to put plants all over your home. Plants will not only bring nature and spectacular shades of green but also help bring life, boost mood, productivity, concentration and creativity.
Another characteristic of this style is the combination of patterns on rugs and pillow cases. Nothing screams boho like a true moroccan rug. You do not need to travel all the way there to find them, these have become popular and can now be found in many high street stores.
For furniture, there is no particular style, but more so a combination of minimal, modern and sleek pieces collected over time. Could also try finding pieces with potential at second-hand or vintage stores. Make sure to have fun exploring, and do not be afraid of fringe, crochet, and macramé abound—pillows, play with different colored curtains, and always throw-rugs. I assure you, all these combined will create the most cozy, globally inspired hangout.
Be sure to check out the images below for inspiration and you can find more on my Pinterest.