Your home's design is a creative expression of who you are, so why not take a cue from colorful, expressive bohemian style and craft a home with personality? Inspired by the artistic community, the boho look is eclectic, free-spirited and whimsical, with a focus on rich colors and textures. Whether you embrace the more-is-more aesthetic, or temper it with modern pieces, you'll find all the inspiration you'll need in the 19 spaces that follow.
This Sydney home featured on Kate Young Design exudes relaxation and creativity.
Vogue understands that a boho bathroom is equal parts powder room and living room. Don't be afraid to bring a comfy chair or a dresser into this space to give it a laid-back, lived-in vibe.
What makes this kitchen from The Jungalow undeniably bohemian? Jewel-toned tiles, copper shelving, and plenty of houseplants.
Can you spot all of these boho elements in the room above, from Emily Henderson's book Styled, found on My Domaine? A woven hanging chair, houseplants, a kilim-inspired rug, and a tree-branch chandelier.
It's not surprising that a creative spirit lives in this vibrant, patterned abode. Tour the rest of Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchgrave's personality-packed home on La Maison Boheme.
For inspiration on how to pair your kilim pillows and shibori throws with vintage finds, check out stylist Jennifer Harrison's eclectic spaces, like the lounge area above spotted on Russet Wire. If you like the look, don't miss her Instagram account (@fleamarketfab).
In a bohemian space, the most prized pieces of furniture are those with history, such as a hand-carved bench or a well-loved vintage find. The cozy indoor-outdoor room above was created by Dion Antony Design and was featured on The Grace Tales.
Textiles and woven baskets are two trademarks of boho style. Both look stunning in this room from Moon to Moon.
Collected older items, like a laboratory cabinet, a cast-iron tub, and vintage-style fixtures give this Brooklyn loft from Inside Out old-timey charm.
This home in West Palm Beach, Florida, spotlighted on Design Sponge captures the casual, eclectic style perfectly.
The bohemian aesthetic understands that in order for an office to be creative, it has to be at least a little bit cluttered. The desk above is from the home of Brooklyn florist Nicolette Camille, captured by Design Sponge.
Two things a bohemian space can never have enough of: plants and art, as demonstrated by the entryway spot above from Free People.
Amber Interior's take on the bohemian aesthetic balances the overload of patterns on textiles and accessories with clean white walls, slipcovers, and frames.
Macrame is one of the staples of this style, whether it's a knotted wallhanging or a plant holder. The living room above is adorned with some knotted wall art from Modern Macrame, a site that sells macrame supplies and hosts workshops.
When Anthropologie asked Amber Interiors to spruce up a boring white wall and console table, they decided to add plants from floor to ceiling and intersperse woven accessories throughout.
Rough wood floors, a sliding barn-style door, and rafters give this boho bedroom from Loom & Kiln a rustic edge.
Atlantis Home flaunts its great taste in antique rugs and vintage peacock chairs.
A hanging rattan chair is the pinnacle of the bohemian aesthetic, as shown in the cozy living room above from Lonny.