Bohemian Accessories. Accessories in bohemian rooms should tell the story of the people who live there. Ornate boxes, vintage bottles, maps, and mismatched china – you name it. Bohemians travel so the items in a bohemian room should look like they've been collected from the world over. And keep in mind that just because bohemian tends to be offbeat it doesn't mean it can't be glamorous. Don't be afraid to use drippy crystal chandeliers and ornate gold mirrors. The only rule is that every item in the room should tell a story. ou can accent your colorful patterns with throw pillows. Pillows add a perfect pop of color to your room, and help bring out the color palette. You may want to choose an accent color not prominent in the patterns to bring out the subtle colors.
For example, you can opt for bedside tables in your sleeping area or go a different route. You might want to hide the TV away or not want one in your bedroom at all or desire a reading area with a cozy seat and good lighting. Of course, everything is also subject to the square footage you have in each room. In this bedroom, it was decided not to include any bedside tables, and instead use both sides to place some very personal objects, such as favorite books (which can also function as a table) and a lighting reflector, which could indicate the inhabitant's love of photography. This room perfectly shows the personality and passion of the people who live here with just a couple of pieces smartly placed in an otherwise austere room. Or maybe you desire a corner for reading, like this. The armchair and ottoman make it easy to create a space for book lovers in a living room or a bedroom.
Bohemian Furniture. Bohemian furniture can't be bought in just any old store. Bohemian rooms tend to be full of furniture collected over time. Second hand and vintage items are right at home in these rooms. Shapes and sizes aren't nearly as important as they are in other styles of rooms. Each piece should be special and tell a story no matter what it looks like. No one should be able to walk into a bohemian styled room and be able to tell where you got the furniture. With all that said, the most common type of furniture you'll find in bohemian rooms is Victorian in nature. Not dainty mind you, but the kind of furniture you could become engulfed in as you peruse the works of literary masters. Think chaises and fainting couches in saturated colors with dark carved wood frames.
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