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10 Rooms That Nail Modern Bohemian Style

May 07, 2018

Bohemian style may bring to mind signature textiles and bold pops of color, but we’re ready for some fresh takes on this comfy classic. From unexpected uses of rugs to minimalist approaches, these are the interiors that have us feeling inspired.

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Photo: Amy Bartlam. From: Natalie Myers.

Modern Bed Decor

Despite the overall modern feeling of this bedroom setup, it still successfully has a strong bohemian presence thanks to the inclusion of on-theme accents. Bringing multiple styles together can be tough to tackle, but this interior is one to take notes from if you want to marry modern with boho ASAP. With the frameless oversized photograph, contemporary brass sconces and crisp white palette, the introduction of soft boho throw pillows balances this space out to perfection.

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Photo: Design by Christen Ales Interior Design

Wow With Wallpaper

There’s no need to sacrifice the styles that you already love if you want to give your space an overall boho feel, and this seating area proves that perfectly. Keep your existing furniture — whether it's mid-century or farmhouse — and slowly work some relaxed components in to amp up those bohemian vibes. The wallpaper on these walls is a fresh approach to nailing this sought after style in an unexpected way.

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Photo: Nick Sheerly,NAS Films. From: Anthology Interiors.

Layered Rugs

Give your interior the ultimate design-forward update by simply getting creative with how you display those rugs of yours on the floor. Skip traditional placement ideas and get to layering to achieve the coolest boho-chic space without having to commit to changing your whole layout.

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Photo: Rennai Hoefer. From: Lexi Grace Design.

Curated Corner

Rather than sticking to the expected options when it comes to boho style, break away from the colorful prints and intricate textures and try a more relaxed approach. With an understated neutral color palette and clean lines, this curated seating area feels without going overboard. A simple leather bench topped with macrame-inspired throw pillows only takes up a small amount of square footage, but makes a big impact.

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