Boho Home Decor Tip #1: Jungalow
Plants bring character, texture, and good vibes into any space and turning a room into a jungalow is one of the easiest ways to add a shabby chic vibe to a your corner. What makes them even better is that they are totally in this season! Plants work incredibly well in spaces that would otherwise be ignored – awkward corners, stairs, and shelves. Stack them in a corner, mount them up on hangers to create a flying garden,
Snake plants, cacti, and monstera leaves are great Options to consider if you are planning to use plants as complementary pieces to add a vibrant vibe to your space.
Boho Home Decor Tip #2: Eclectic Patterns and Textures
Throw blankets and pillows featuring different patterns and textures that inconspicuously create a bold statement of planned carelessness. Many believe a boho interior should be crowded with things, but I dare to disagree – it can be as crowded or as minimalistic as you want it to be! That is the beauty of boho – there are not set rules unlike other styles. Be free to play with as many or as Little Details as you’d like, but don’t be afraid to mix elements up a bit.
Boho Home Decor Tip #3: Books & Prints
The most surefire way to achieve that shabby chic look is by spreading prints of photos you like as well as some of your favorite literature all around the place. Bohemians at heart embrace their uniqueness, and a lot of it reflects on their love for art and literature – don’t be afraid to flaunt a few of your favorite pieces!
Boho Home Decor Tip #4: A touch of vintage
Head over to a flea market and see what you can find. One man’s trash is another’s treasure. Not only is it fun to go on the lookout for unique pieces that no one else will own, it also makes a statement against mass-production. Boho is unique, and a newly-found love affair with flea markets and vintage shop will be your best friend when decorating.
Boho Home Decor Tip #5: A Clash of Styles
Clash a mix of it all. Boho is all about creating a unique style. Less is not necessarily more when it comes to a bohemian style. Don’t be afraid to throw in eclectic wall decor, old furniture, vintage pieces. Blend in different patterns, textures, and colors.
Add in a crocheted curtain on your entry way, ditch your couch and replace it with mountains of cushions, throw in a tribal print rug on a wall, use your dad’s old guitars as wall decor, because: why not?!
After all, boho is all about letting your personality shine through. A boho space is where the weird and the wonderful come together.