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How To Give A Space a Bohemian Look

A bohemian interior décor is characterized as casual, a bit unconventional and infused with artistic elements. It’s a really interesting style but not one that suits many. This makes it a bit more difficult to find the appropriate elements to include in such a décor. But first, let’s review a few of the strategies and options.

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A seating area should look and feel very casual and comfortable. So forget about the conventional furniture. You can still include a sofa but you can accessorize it with poufs, floor pillows and lots of throw pillows and blankets.

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Hang fabric from the bedroom ceiling to create boho chic canopy for the bed. The key is to create a laid-back look that’s not particularly ver organized or symmetrical.

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Decorate with ornate mirrors. Maybe try to find a vintage or antique frame with intricate ornaments and display it on a wall or mantel.

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Mix and match a variety of prints and patterns. For the bed, don’t try to match the bedding to the pillows. In fact, the more different all the elements are the better.

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Get a hanging chair and don’t try to hide it in a corner. Casually make it a focal point in the room. Emphasize the comfort and coziness of the space.

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Bring nature inside. A bohemian décor shared a strong connection with nature and anything related to it.

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Show your artistic side by playing with colors, patterns, textures and prints. Don’t worry if the décor ends up looking a bit chaotic. It’s all part of the plan. {found on refinery29}.

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Color is your friend so don’t hesitate to use it. You can also bring a bit of bohemian beauty outdoors. Decorate with lanterns and showcase your collection.

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Posted in How To, Tips, and Advice on November 18, 2010

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Stefan is the owner of Homedit.com – he started the site back in November 2008, from his passion for interior design and decorations and since then the site went from being a simple blog to one of the most popular home design websites on the web right now.

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