Bohemian-style is for those who enjoy creatively thinking outside the box. This design style is all about an eclectic mix of colors, patterns, textures and fabrics. Create it with odds and ends picked up on travels around the world, vintage pieces, heirlooms, old books, pieces of art, especially old art, decorative figurines, lots of soft furnishings such as pillows and generally load up with accessories. More is more. Blend different textures, such as wood, metall, glas, natural fibers, wool and animal skins, as a way to master this look. The key to doing it successfully is that nothing can match, nothing is new and don’t stick to any rules. True bohemian style is achieved only when the room appears as if it has grown organically over the years. If you don’t want to follow any design trends, perhaps this style is for your? Playful, inspiring or challenging? Which one of these seven homes is your favorite?
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