The most integral part of a bohemian lifestyle is comfort. It's all about feeling good and being able to identify with the style. This trend is not just chic — it's more in demand than ever. Plus it's not just suited to a trendy clothing style, but can also be easily infused into the décor of your world within your own four walls. After all, your home says as much about your personality as your fashion sense does, and should really encapsulate what makes you unique.
So if you want to embrace boho in your home, combine a natural colour pallet with any type of wood decorations, wooden floors and furniture.
A special characteristic of the bohemian look is that it is so versatile. It brings a playful and romantic touch, has a slight French flavour, exudes a hint of relaxed hippie culture and adds a dash of vintage. This opens up a great deal of space for creativity when it comes to designing your rooms to reflect you and your tastes.
This type of furnishing style is multi-faceted, just like life. Ethnic patterns, for example, are a popular highlight when creating a bohemian look. It doesn't matter if the pattern is rectangles, circles, lines or bright colours — there's no limit to the imagination when it comes to this look. In short: style it however you want to.
All it takes is a little courage to go for unusual colour combinations — the more extraordinary, the better. Accessories make boho chic come to life. They don't just enhance a room; they also make it feel a lot cosier. Colourful cushions, stools and unusual lamps really accentuate the snugness of the room. Cushion covers with funky patterns, woven baskets and other textiles add instant glamour and creativity to your living room.