In recent years, the Bohemian-style home decor trend has been popular on social media such as Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest. How come? This bohemian look gives a chic, stylish, and fun impression. The Bohemian style was popularized by the Romans, which is often called the Gypsy style. Not only decorations, this fashion style with Bohemian, Boho, and Gypsy styles is very popular with millennials. For home decoration itself, Bohemian often presents a ‘photogenic’ appearance. The combination of patterns, fabric textures, clash of colors, and Bohemian-style home accessories, makes the home look unique and special. Interested in maximizing your creativity by decorating a (Boho) Bohemian-style living room? Check out the 5 tips below.
First determine the color palette you want for your boho-to be living room
The uniqueness of the Bohemian style, you can choose any color as the main theme. However, it is recommended that you choose a neutral color first as the base color of the room. That way, it will be easier for you to add motifs, contrasting colors, and other accessories to the decor.
Don’t focus too much on unique furniture
The Bohemian style is synonymous with unique and unusual furniture. Starting from trapezoidal chandeliers, iron table decorations, and much more. However, do not let you change the entire room furniture into a Bohemian style.
In core furniture such as sofas, dining tables, and mattresses, try to keep a minimalist modern style inserted. Despite the bohemian style, you still don’t leave the modern side of the whole room.
Experiment and get creative with patterns to crate a unique boho-style living room
Bohemian is a game of pattern. Don’t be afraid to mix and match different styles. But remember, don’t overdo it. You can combine geometric patterns with abstract stripes.
Combine with other decoration styles
If you focus too much on creating a 100 percent Bohemian style in your room, there’s a good chance you’ll feel bored in the future. So to get around this, make your own unique decorations by combining various other decorating styles. For example, insert a contemporary style by applying chandeliers made of iron, or a large minimalist mirror in the middle of the room.
Bohemian style can make your room look full, especially if you embed too many Boho decorations like tassels. In order to give ‘refreshment’ to the eyes, add plants on the sidelines of the room. You can put the plant in a pot, or let it hang and dangle.