Bohemian style is normally defined by well worn, ethnic style furniture, colorful fabrics, and a conscious non-coherence to interior design norms. The actual word “bohemian” has been used to describe people who think “outside the box” and view the world outside of social and political norms.
Wherever you look these days, it seems like bohemian style is the trending thing. If you are among the crowd who just can’t get enough of 1970’s, patterns, flowing fabrics, geometric shapes, and comfortable clutter. You have more liberty to adjust certain design recommendations to meet your own unique style, taste and personality.
Considering Bohemian Style for your home, office, or business can be a daunting task for those that like to think outside the box in terms of upgrading their spaces. Choosing to use a Bohemian style design will allow you to stray in a direction that is a bit out of the norm, and not nearly as fixed as other design styles may be.
Although there are no rules when it comes to Interior Design, there are many different styles that have certain guidelines, suggestions and recommendations that need to be implemented in order for you to achieve that particular style. However, with Bohemian Style you have more liberty to adjust certain recommendations to meet your own unique style, taste and personality. Take a look at our range of rapid brick panels and use them as a blank canvas and the starting point of your own Bohemian Style space.
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When considering what objects or accessories to use in your Bohemian Style design, don’t hold anything back. More is more and jump straight in with decorative items such as candles, paintings, artwork, souvenirs, photos, and other things that bring you happiness. See an empty corner? Fill it. Bare spot on your wall? Hang something. Consider using throws on naked furniture pieces, wall hangings on bare walls, or antiques for display. Search your lofts and storage areas hidden treasures, or head down to the local car boot sale to bring home some new ones. This is one of the keys to bohemian interior design.
Have fun and choose furniture pieces that tell a story – your Nan’s old rocker, your mums hand-me-down footstool, a sofa that you have saved from your university days. If it has meaning and, personality, or a story worth remembering, use it. What about the arrangement of furniture in a space? What about it?!!! Anything goes. Have fun with Bohemian Style. Easier said than done? No, not really. You can mix and match furniture and accessories to your hearts content, but take your time in arranging your space.