Boho interior design is a constantly popular and trending style. I love Bohemian design because of its free spirit of combining color, texture, and pattern that’s both serene and unique. Some designers have a more eclectic style when it comes to designing a fresh bohemian living room. While other’s take a minimalist approach by using a clean color palette and adding boho accessories. So here’s a look back at one of my blogs from 2017 that still appeals to everyone looking to personalize their house in 2023 Keep reading to discover my top tips for mastering boho living.
Posted: February 2, 2017 | Updated: July 17, 2023
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Styled by Swedish-based freelance interior design stylist, Linnéa H. Manaberi, this contemporary minimalist bedroom is full of Scandinavian flair. Known for neutral colors and clean lines, this room takes an interesting approach to minimalism that is unexpected. The architecture of this room is muted and minimal with eggshell walls, soft white molding, and weathered light wood floors. With such a blank canvas, the furniture and accessories are really what brings this room to life.
This week’s Picture of the Week is this amazing wrought iron gate and stunning green front door designed by Wendy Haworth in Los Angeles. I love doors and I love iron gates. And this photo has both in one!
Bright and welcoming when combined with the white exterior wall, I love the green paneled door and the ornate ironwork. The detail of the ironwork is an intricate design of scroll panels with a round wrought iron top. Ornamental fencing is a great to add detail to your home’s entrance. This Beverly Hills home is giving serious entrance inspiration and vision.
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