Style Features, Furniture. Minimalist furniture: a high sofa, chair, bed, this classic shapes and strong design. Color design of furniture corresponds to the decor of the background (wall). The main quality of furniture in this style is simplicity and versatility: transforming sofa and bed, foldout chair, folding table, built-in wardrobes, etc. There are no shelves in the minimalist interior. All things must be kept in a cabinet or in boxes under the sofa / bed. Delving into the theory of “less is more,” we need to rethink minimalism as not just a plain white box or cool ultramodern space, but as a concept that simultaneously showcases exceptional functional design while artistically creating a simplified way to live.
Some might wonder what Bohemian style is. Although it embraces a sense of flowing liberty in décor choices and can be associated with eclectic style, Bohemian style is more than that. The word “Bohemian” comes from the French word for “gypsy,” and it applies to those who live unconventional (usually artistic) lives. Someone or something that has a Bohemian style typically evokes a picture of travelers, hippies, artists, gypsies, and other “free spirits.” Individuality is expressed, which means the style is as diverse as the individuals themselves. If you enjoy structure and order, you might want to give this style a pass. But if you're inherently drawn to free expression, unconventional displays, and colorful collections, read on… This is most definitely the place where your own personal style and aesthetic can shine.
Bohemian Style Tip: Embrace the Handmade. Just as the entire style itself is focused on the sense of unique individuality, handmade items are a perfect component. Really, no two handmade items are alike. Whether the handmade comes in the form of textiles, a braided rug (photo), a sculpture, or an oil painting on the wall, it doesn't matter. The important thing is that the feeling of individuality supersedes any prior notions of decorating dos and don'ts. Bohemian Style Tip: Less is Less, and More is More. As if to pack a space with as much personality as possible, Bohemian style encourages a sense of stuffed-to-the-brim. This mimics a feeling of overflowing with life, in a sense. An interior that embraces Boho-Chic should appear busy, almost chaotic, and yet confident and happy in its fullness. Cover the walls with beloved items, fill surfaces with textiles and color, and layer, then layer, then layer again.
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