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In the last few years the monotony generated by industrially produced furniture as IKEA influenced the designers in other directions, the intention being to complete the minimalist design line with Baroque or Gothic accents, or to revive the vintage and retro elements in both fashion and interior design.
Bold visual accents through both colors and textures, flowery patterns, golden metallic surfaces and retro decor in general is a very used nowadays, as in architecture design and fashion, in interior design decorating trends are always doing rounds. Between retro and vintage accents, slow and steady, another design line came back from the 60’s, making a statement for itself. This style has been propelled to the Hollywood`s red carpet by legendary icons like Kate Moss and Sienna Miller in the middle of 2000 and now, in 2014, Bohemianism is once again receiving the well deserved attention.
by Sarah Stacey Interior Design
From the world of fashion, interior designers and homeowners alike are turning now towards the decorating style that enhances and emphasis their lifestyle, that includes warmth and coziness in an apparel at hand . Bohemian style caught more and more attention these days managing to suit contemporary needs in the urban lifestyle whilst offering a lot of space for creativity and inventive from the inhabitant.
Bellow we have carefully selected a range of unadulterated bohemianism that is supposedly meant to feed your imagination and help you design your own place.
by Vintage Renewal
by Madison Modern Home
by Ashley Camper Photography
by Les Collections Dubreuil
by A.Clore Interiors
Chic Warmth and Coziness and Bohemian Style
An easier transition from you current design towards a bohemian style can be achieved by easily enhancing your contemporary design with bohemian accents. If you feel like bohemian is the way to go, you can slowly replace elements making easier on the budget and ensuring a smooth transition between interior images. You can start easily by adding some plush ottomans with highly textured patterns, adding some colorful rugs and bringing different textures toghether. You could use accent pillows to bring a colorful accent to a sofa before actually re-texturing the sofa or changing all together, a Moroccan print would add a superb touch of bohemianism to the scenery without overwhelming and giving it a drastic overhaul.
by Incorporated / Photography by Annie Schlechter
Fully committing to the bohemian theme is definitely not for all of us, another reason for which a smoother transition can help, you can decide when you need to stop and leave the space breathe. For example a Boho-chic style is the ideal compromise, it permits you to usher some color that would enhance the core whilst keeping your design style intact. Boho-chic offers a breezy solution for those looking for a smart cool and hip decorating idea.
by My Design Studio, Yasmine Goodwin
by Tamar Schechner/Nest Pretty Things Inc
by BECCI MEIER, Architectural Design Service
by Rick Hoge
An Elegant Mixture of Vintage Styles
There are a handful of individuals misinterpreting the bohemian design line as a being formed by individual elements. The core and hearth of this design line has been lighten by the lifestyle of less fortunate artists, musicians and actors of the nineteenth century, so therefore the design line used today is nothing but strong and filled with substance, with history and intimacy at the same time. Every piece of furniture of decor used in your bohemian design should be picked with a motif, and trough time it will have the capacity of absorbing memories. Most of the interiors featuring bohemian accents or influences have been the result of a flea market acquisition that went extraordinary with the current setup, completing probably an eclectic design. You can use the same technique to ramp up the Mediterranean or Moroccan design in your home, you can even complete a modern beach style or nautical theme with several bohemian accents.
by Blackband Design
by Pritzkat & Johnson Architects
Whether is vintage or mid-century modern, transitional or transitional, you would be amazed by the versatility of the bohemian style. A simply colorful wallpaper or a bohemian style rug can simple embrace an immense variety of scenarios, audacious blend of patterns, leather and a seating encouragement as showcased above. Bohemian style can be as great as you are able to envision it.
by Adelene Keeler Smith Interior Design
by Heather Merenda
by Artisan Books
by Justina Blakeney
by Pal + Smith
“A Curated Chaos”
We are sure that there are many individuals living in beautifully bohemian style envisioned by themselves without actually knowing that they`re surrounded by the bohemian design. It`s a style defined by good taste, sensibility and intimacy, it can be easily materialized by any indivudual. This design can be also overdone and seen as a chaos for most individual, the balance is set by you and you only, but that doesn`t mean that your guests will see it in the same manner, handle with caution your own design.
by Liz Stewart
The bohemian design line is different mainly because it encourages you to surround yourself with the world, to capture memories, differences, feelings and experiences in a simply beautiful design while the minimalist design line asks you to take as much substance from the room as possible and embrace a blank canvas.
You should embrace the defiant and the same time daring and the new, even though it sounds like a paradox, Bohemian style, is from our point of view for those who enjoy life more than the style.
by Sarah Greenman
by Favreau Design
by Erika Bierman Photography
by Annette Tatum