Calling all hippies! Whether you're obsessed with layering textiles or simply into the cost-effectiveness of buying vintage, bohemianism — the unconventional, artistic lifestyle that dates all the way back to the 1800s — can become your home's calling card. Check out these gorgeous designer spaces for boho inspiration in every room of your home. Think lots of patterns, plants, and eclectic accessorizing.
Fringe, tassells, and prints: Colleen Bashaw, cofounder of Anthropologie, checks off all the boxes with this girl's bedroom in a New Jersey beach house. "It felt cozy," she says, "to do pattern on pattern, texture on texture."
Karen Vidal didn't want a cold, angular bathroom for a California home, so she warmed up the suite with colorful cement tiles and a cozy seating nook. The bench even has a hidden space underneath for towels.
Boho queen Justina Blakeney dubbed her Moroccan-inspired living space "Bluhemia" after wallpapering it with a teal pattern she designed for Hygge & West. A faux sheepskin from Target adds texture.
Tons of pillows in vintage textiles cozy up an Indonesian daybed outside of a Los Angeles home. Betsy Burnham covered the seat cushion with Great Outdoors' Fresh Canvas.
Cool blues can feel bohemian when mixed with natural textures, like the woven chairs, pendant, and shades in this dining room by Colleen Bashaw. The wallpaper fits the theme too; the Brett Design pattern depicts large knit stitches.
Every boho pad could use a hanging chair. This perch from the Hangloose Hammocks provides a reading spot in Schuyler Samperton's beach apartment.
Working with just 650 square feet, Schuyler Samperton transformed a Miami Beach pad with versatile furniture and indoor/outdoor fabric. "There's nothing too serious or precious here," she says."It's all about kicking off your flip-flops and relaxing."
Sara Bengur used a Turkish rug to define the dining nook in her studio apartment. Vintage finds from Greece and Morocco bring a worldliness to the Manhattan space. "You could be anywhere in the world," she says. "To me, that boundlessness makes the apartment feel huge."
Swirling grays and whites bring a soothing ethos to this bathroom designed by Colleen Bashaw. The Cole & Son's Palm Leaves wallpaper echos the mosaic on the floor.
Pops of gold and green make this Justina Blakeney bedroom fit for a king — or queen! The cover at the foot of the bed is a vintage Moroccan wedding blanket, and the rug is part of her collection for Loloi.
"All the color and pattern really make the guest room pop," says Betsy Burnham of a California retreat. The vintage suzani headboard and Moroccan rugs give it an authentic bohemian vibe.
Lizzie and Kathryn Fortunato infused a Southwestern flair into this textured tablescape. Draping throws and runners on chairs invites guests to take a seat, and the colorful tassels serve as both decor and party favors.
Molly Luetkemeyer incorporated structural elements like a Downtown chandelier, Jonathan Adler side table, and lucite rocking chair into her L.A. lounge, but the wall tapestry and patterned rug warm things up a bit. And did you notice the striped ceiling?
What could have been a cramped attic became a dreamy two-level bedroom thanks to Katie Maine's creative interpretation. Brunschwig's Bombay wallpaper covers the sloped walls, and a Moravian star lantern graces the canopy bed for a teenage retreat adults would envy.
Colorhouse's Clay .07 graces the walls in Sara Bengur's apartment. The dusty pink sets the stage for a 19th-century Indian inlaid trunk that does double-duty as both a coffee table and storage. The color-block kilim pillows, handwoven in Turkey by female artisans, come from the designer's shop.
Get the eclectic look you're striving for by taking a page out of Schuyler Samperton's design book. A motley collection of flowers, tassels, and artwork decorate an Anglo-Indian campaign chest. The round CB2 mirror reflects colorful bird prints.
Still building your stockpile of textiles? This Moroccan-inspired bedroom by Caitlin Moran shows how even a few design choices — paisley curtains by Martyn Lawrence Bullard Design, an inlay table from Horchow — can imbue a bohemian lifestyle.
This space-saving trick is designer-approved. Mounting a blanket instead of a headboard helped Schuyler Samperton free up room in a colorful bedroom.
Warm hues usually reign supreme in boho rooms, but Michelle Adams used a Gigi Stoll photograph as her guide for this black-and-white guest bedroom. Pops of animal print and Turkish rugs bring in the color.
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