Is there something more marvellous, more heavenly, then falling into bed at the end of the day? We don’t think. And don’t let the joys of an afternoon nap get us started. There’s more to your bedroom than a place to sleep. Ideally, your private retreat and soothing refuge should be where you refresh. And nothing, like the luxurious layers and textures of a dreamy boho bedroom, says relax. Tell this to us: “Ahhhhhhh”…
What is style Boho?
Boho has been reinterpreted again and again, with its origins firmly in Eastern European Bohemia. Boho has made a remarkable return after witnessing a massive revival in the 60s and 70s, followed by some downtime during the 80s and 90s. And this time, it looks like Boho is here to stay. Covering everything from the chic California vibe that is right now all over Instagram with its laid-back beachy nod to Boho to the ‘more is more’ approach we have come to expect from the artists and bon vivant who display all the gems they have gathered on their travels, to the modern, gipsy process with its Moroccan influences, Boho is a style that can be applied to their interiors. Boho seems to be less busy in bedrooms and portrays the theme as a more pared-back embodiment. Please keep reading to see how it’s done.
PLEASURES OF QUILTY
Muted tones are more calming when it comes to building a comfortable bedroom. Neutral bedding and quilts are the perfect way to start a blissful, boho bedroom. This gives you the ability to add colour by layering colourful cushions and throws to bring your room to life by adding a splash of colour. And there’s more good news; you can never have too many throws or cushions when you get Boho.
DON’T Miss the end of the bed
When it comes to making those all-important layers, it’s not just up to textiles to do all the heavy lifting. Not only does adding statement pieces like a chair or bench seat give you somewhere else to relax, but it also adds character and dimension to your space.
CURATE YOUR TREASURES Treasure
Boho is all about showcasing your treasures, but first thing in the morning, you certainly don’t want to see anything you’ve ever collected sitting on your bedside table. To reduce clutter, curate your collection and add a few touches that make it feel like home. The perfect match for your best-loved treasures is a candle, a flower and maybe some books.
You can quickly transform your room’s feel and look with minor adjustments if you are not quite ready to dive headfirst into a boho bedroom. If your bed does not have a headboard, you might add a hanging tapestry to generate visual interest. Another way to build a gentle embodiment of the ‘more is more’ feeling boho is so well known for is a collection of decorative mirrors while keeping it looking collected and effortless.
AND COURSE, A BED
When dreaming about Boho, wooden furnishings are non-negotiable, and your bed is a perfect opportunity to add some of those essential raw materials. Headboards made of rope and rattan fit right into a lush boho bedroom. It’s up to you, and that’s the beauty of Boho, whether you want a bed with a wild organic shape or something grand. Dreams sweet.
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