Boho is big right now. What’s more, it’s the ideal aesthetic for creative and free-thinking individuals who long to free themselves from the shackles of matchy-matchy interiors. Or, as Psychologies writer Danielle Woodward says, it’s ideal for souls who enjoy making their own rules.
Boho style is, according to Global Bohemian author Fifi O’Neill, a look for those who want their homes to be carefree, relaxed and unusual; full of life and culture. If you revel in freedom, reflect individuality, spontaneity and a convergence of cultures – pure catnip! She explains, it’s easy to get boho results; incorporate jewel-toned items, metallics, alluring prints and mismatched pieces. The end results? Self-expression.
Futon Company says: To us, boho is all about creating a space that’s brimming with furniture and accessories that really reflect who you are and what you need to live your best life possible. Small space? No problem – size is no barrier to boho chic. Simply select pieces that reflect your inner boho, mixing multi-purpose pieces with second hand finds, holiday purchases and anything else that takes your fancy. If you see something that sparks the thought that is so me, grab it fast! Individuality is key to this look….