This master bedroom benefits from hand-painted blue and white ombré walls features an ethereal design scheme, including chic, Bohemian features like the floral curtains and brass pendant lights. Vintage mirrors hang above the neutral tufted headboard, while two plush orange upholstered ottomans sit at the foot of the bed.
A multi-color striped rug and a green midcentury modern sofa stand out against the neutral color palette of this loft living space. The mesh of midcentury modern and bohemian design elements give the room personality while maintaining a clean and spacious finish. Wood beams create a natural room division and compliment the warm-tone stain of the hardwood floor.
For an unexpected bohemian touch, designer Brooke Wagner added two shibori chairs to the dining table. Thanks to their neutral print, they pair well with the other chairs while adding a little visual interest.
The elegant curves of cove ceilings and turret windows, along with exquisite pillars and moldings, retain the authentic Victorian sophistication of this living space, while an Art Nouveau chandelier, wingback chairs, yin yang table and assorted eclectic accessories add a more modern bohemian look. Design by Lisa Bakemis.
A beautiful ceramic lamp tops the funky nightstand in this transitional bedroom, bringing a splash of color to the space. A tie-dyed throw pillows complements the lamp while adding a touch of bohemian flair to the design.
To add personality and texture to the neutral, Bohemian office space, designer Vanessa Matsalla added two live edge, wood topped desks to the design. The rich, honey color of the desktops also helped to add warmth to the bright space.
A large animal hide rug leads visitors into this contemporary entryway, setting the groundwork for this home's unique, personal design. A steel gray accent wall calls attention to interesting objects on display, while a long bench topped by a striking modern painting continue the bohemian vibe.
Designer Sarah Stacey adds an unexpected touch to this contemporary, bohemian living room by hanging a multicolored rug on the wall. The piece makes an easy focal point to the room and accents the simple blue sofa.
The home's driving color scheme is mostly cool: grays, blues and teals. Pops of bright pink and a few warmer colors (burgundy, magenta) are sprinkled in to add energy and dimension. This loft sitting area is a perfect example of the design's fun, bohemian nature with imaginative layering of texture and color.
Fabric by Robert Allen envelopes a study designed by Cheryl Settino Mosher for the 2017 Holiday House NYC. She used Lush Scene, a pattern with bohemian and global style, in the eclectic space. The orange painted trim is “Bittersweet Vine” from Benjamin Moore's Century line.