To achieve an effortless boho lounge design, there are a few things to keep in mind! First, you'll want to incorporate natural materials, like a jute rug and woven fiber basket. To keep this natural look flowing, add a daybed with a nature-inspired carved pattern, like the Lovella bed from Anthropologie. Finally, keep the art simple but bold, like a framed tapestry!
Eclectic design is all about bending the rules, and the asymmetrical bed trend is a key example! The basket plate wall that sits over one side of the bed doesn't feel heavy because the opposing side is balanced with a chic oversized wall lamp. The wall lamp adds a sleek touch, while the table lamp on the nightstand opposite contrasts with curves. The asymmetrical look can take some finagling, but it's a fun and fresh way of styling a bedroom!
We love the way a black and white color palette makes an impact in a neutral living room. A conversational seating arrangement is created with a modern sofa in a light upholstery fabric paired with black leather chairs for contrast. A shag rug adds a boho touch to the space!
Mixing textures, materials, and tones make for a great start in an eclectic living room design. Add a mid-century loveseat in a leather upholstery on top of layered rugs packs on the texture. Add a few accent pillows to tie in your wall color for a cohesive look!
We love the idea of adding a reading nook to your bedroom for an extra space to unwind at the end of the day. And you don’t have to have a lot of space to do this! A single chair and a basket for books is all you really need. Though a rug for coziness and to section off that space certainly doesn’t hurt!
Go bold with color. Layer similar colors and create variation with wood, plants and natural elements. Solid colors create great backdrops while letting patterned pieces pop! Anchor the space with a patterned rug which not only looks great but can hide the occasional spill.
Every room can use planters and greenery (Real or Faux!) but especially in a boho eclectic room. Through the use of tall trees such as a bamboo tree, and a few smaller foliage in planters make the room feel cohesive, warm and welcoming.