A cork accent wall adds both interest and soundproofing to this eclectic bedroom, which shares a wall with an upstairs bath. Elements like exposed brick, custom metal closet doors and a high shelf crafted from reclaimed wood add warmth and interest to the bohemian space.
Bohemian bedrooms are the way to go for girls with worldly interests. In this room, designer Linda Eyles wanted a "loose and collected" aesthetic as opposed to overly decorated. Eyles draped saris over the four-poster bed and papered the walls in an Arabian-inspired turquoise and metallic gold design. Finally, she decorated the room with family heirlooms for a "fun, layered look."
Light blue walls work wonders in this teen girl's room, creating a relaxing atmosphere for reading or doing homework. A palm-print tryptic adds interest to the bed, as well as complements the other boho touches, like the woven throw and ombre ottoman.
With faux-fur pillows, cotton linens, a rattan daybed and oversized rug, there's no shortage of texture in this boho-chic bedroom. Not only do these accents keep the space soft, but they can also be switched out as the little girl grows older.
Pops of pink, coral and yellow abound in this boho-chic bedroom, capturing the vibrant colors of the Arizona desert at sunset. Shiplap walls, wood floors and neutral curtains ensure that the space will grow with the little girl.
To give the homeowners an additional seating option in their master space, designers brought in a pair of Boho chairs and coffee table for the master bedroom. To make this area more comfy, they added a faux animal skin rug for a soft touch.
Guests will feel right at home in this bedroom thanks to a queen-sized bed, window seat and cushioned chair in the corner. A woven headboard and patterned dresser add a slight boho touch to the space and make it seem even more comfortable.
Much like the rest of the house, this master bedroom looks bright and bohemian, with a wood canopy bed, matching nightstands and indigo-dyed pillows. Two small sconces cast a warm glow on the space at night.
Since this guest bedroom is so spacious, the designers were able to include a window seat and a built-in bookshelf in the far corner. At night, visitors can pull down the roman shade to enjoy the boho pattern and some privacy.