Alright, ladies! Here’s one we’ve been dying to share with you. Most of our bohemian posts are written to inspire the heck out of your boho lifestyle dreams and goals. Now, this would be one to cap your bohemian home redecoration inspiration.
It’s especially compiled for the room spend most of your time in. It’s for the room where you get your rest, relaxation and unwinding. Your bedroom is the most crucial part of the home and we want you to have the best aesthetics in that space!
We’ll bring you patterns, colors and a whole lot of ideas to go from so you can put together your dream hippie chic room!
Check these out!
Old Style Boho
I love how this is a mix of different decades. The bed frame looks like it’s from a Victorian house in the early 1900s. The rustic looking chest of a later decade and multi-colored rugs from the 70s!
An intricately carved wooden headboard or a divider used to mask a modern headboard is a great idea for those who can’t just get rid of their current bed. The wooden piece is very hippie like and goes so well with colorful tapestry!
You can also opt to skip the entire bed frame and rock the low set bed. Put it on a wooden riser to add to the feel. Old crates or pallets would work as a riser.
If you don’t want a head board but also don’t want a bare wall staring down at you when you lay down, look for a really nice colorful rug or tapestry. Hang it on antique looking rod and let it be the focal point of your bohemian bedroom.
One thing I really like about boho style is that patterns don’t have to match. The rule of pattern on pattern as a no-no does not exist. Boho pretty much breathes pattern on pattern. So even if you have solid neutral colored walls, as long as some pieces of your room and bedding are colorfully patterned, you’ll achieve a rocking bohemian bedroom.
Check out how this room’s every inch is covered by different patterned rugs and the bed is a basin of geometric colors. The accessories in your room makes or breaks the style. So, keep your eye out for garage sales, thrift stores and home section sales for pieces like this!
Although boho is pretty much a lot of earth color, you can also make your bohemian bedroom work with monochromatic colors with a contrasting pop of color. I love this combination since I’m not that into loud colors but the boho feel is definitely present.
Pinterest is such a great place to lose yourself in creativity. There are so many inspirations and ideas there for a bohemian bedroom. Just make sure you don’t spend all your time browsing and not actually choosing from a shortlist.
Pick out the ones that really stand out to you and you wouldn’t easily get tired of and go from there! You’ll be on your way to your bohemian bedroom reality!