The Coolest Boho Finds From the Small/Cool Experience

updated May 19, 2020
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The Small/Cool Experience at Home is bringing 20 trends to life by 20 designers—all in less than 120 square feet. Check out the whole virtual experience here. Thank you to our sponsors BEHR, Amazon Handmade and Tuft & Needle for making this experience possible.

In case you missed it, our Small/Cool Experience featured 20 trend-based rooms designed by some of our favorite designers, each packed with ideas and products to help you transform your own small space into the coolest one around. Below, check out our favorite boho pieces from Small/Cool. Plus, don’t miss some of our other favorite finds, including the best products under $100 and the best rugs of all styles.

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Harbour Cane Bed

If you’re investing in furniture, you likely want to buy something that will last and look good for decades to come. Jennifer Carter of Studio Envie created the Modern Heirlooms room to demonstrate that well-built pieces can still be modern. This bed from Serena & Lily totally fits the bill. A contemporary take on a Louis XIV bed, it features hand-woven rattan to creative a vintage-boho piece that will hold up to years of use and fit the style of any room. 

Buy: Harbour Cane Bed, $2298 $1838.40 for Queen from Serena & Lily

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Palms Wallpaper

If bold patterns are your thing, you’ll love Jessica Brigham’s Maximalist Boho room. It pairs chill, natural vibes with bright colors and punchy patterns to create a relaxed “more is more” aesthetic. Ready to try it out in your home? Try this stick-on wallpaper from Chasing Paper. The bright-green color and large leaves make a loud, playful statement that puts those natural boho elements front and center. 

Buy: Palms Wallpaper, $40 from Chasing Paper

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Ambaji Handicrafts Bone Inlay Crested Mirror

If you’re a fan of products that have a story, you’ll love the Maker Made space designed by Shavonda Gardner. It’s centered around handmade pieces and the artisans who make them, so you’ll find lots of cool one-of-a-kind pieces in the room, like this handmade mirror from Amazon Handmade. Pieces of bone are carefully carved and inlaid into the wooden frame to create this elegant bohemian pattern, leaving you with a special, timeless piece that’ll look stunning in any room. 

Buy: Ambaji Handicrafts Bone Inlay Crested Mirror, $550 from Amazon

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Cane Sideboard

Natural takes on new meaning in Danielle Blundell’s New Natural space. She lets natural materials and textures shine against simple, soothing colors, resulting in a very boho-meets-modern vibe. This mid-century sideboard is the perfect example of that: The coral pink ash wood frame meshes with woven cane ends to bring tons of texture into the room. 

Buy: Cane Sideboard, $2600 $2080 from Industry West

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Tusk Doro by SF Girl By Bay Skirted Ottoman

Ready to give into The Dark Side? Angela Belt’s moody room is filled with dark grays and blacks that give her small space a sophisticated feel. If you’re not ready to go all-in on the look, this boxy ottoman lets you try out the color scheme. Eclectic black patterns set against an off-white background give you a pop of off-beat color while still keeping things a little light. 

Buy: Tusk Doro by SF Girl By Bay Skirted Ottoman, $315 from The Inside

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Rounded Terracotta Floor Vases

Monochrome isn’t boring if you do it right, and for Kelley Carter, doing it right means doing it bright. Her Bright Monochromes room makes yellow the main event, although she combines it with a few complementary pinks and oranges to keep the one-color theme from being too much. These round, hand-thrown terracotta floor vases from West Elm keep the color balance while adding a touch of boho style to the cheery space, and the natural clay works perfectly in the desert-toned room. 

Buy: Rounded Terracotta Floor Vases, start at $99 $44.99 from West Elm

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The Balancing 2 Print

Ready to take millennial pink to new heights? Pair it with oranges and yellows for Sunset-Inspired Palettes. Designer Michelle Lisac turned this room into a soothing spot that makes you feel like you’re on vacation with lots of warm colors and round, sun-shaped accents. This abstract print from Minted makes sure even the walls are on-theme with pink and brown tones, soft circles, and other astrological-looking elements. 

Buy: The Balancing 2 Print by Francesca Iannaccone, starts at $24 from Minted

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Pilea Plant

Bringing the Outdoors In is Hilton Carter’s MO, which is why his space is filled with lots of pretty, peppy plants. And what boho space doesn’t have a nice assortment of greenery? This pilea plant is a self-propagator, which means the mama Pilea grows little baby Pileas in the soil around it, which means you get a bunch of new Pileas! So if you want to really bring the outdoors in, this ever-growing plant is what you need. 

Buy: Pilea Plant, $29 from The Sill