As popular as the all-white, Scandi minimalist room movement is, there’s still a large percentage of people who don’t quite resonate with the look. Sure, you can appreciate all styles, but perhaps hygge isn’t your cup of tea. If lots of color, tons of texture, and cozy accents set your heart aflutter, boho style may be the one for you.
One of the best rooms to start your decoration efforts is your bedroom. Since you spend time in it every day, it’s worth decking it out with furniture, accents, and objects that you’ll be able to appreciate, whether that’s a patchwork couch, shag rug, or wall-mounted baskets. Since there’s not a one-size-fits-all approach to designing with a bohemian mindset, you can presumably find a look that fits your personality and living style to a T. Browse through this collection of boho bedroom ideas and prepare to have decorating inspiration for life.
Deep and dark tones, like the ones found in this Colorado home, aren’t always necessarily associated with a bohemian style. But as seen here, even the moodiest of color palettes can radiate a classically boho tune.
Rattan, chambray, and wood create a modern bohemian vibe in this California home that doesn’t feel too dramatic or pattern-heavy. If minimal and light tickles your fancy, try approaching your bedroom with this image in mind.
Another mainly modern bedroom found in a Toronto home shows how even the most minute touches can still bring out a bohemian flair. Just the addition of the throw pillows and blankets, as well as the plants, push it over the edge.
There’s something about boho style that no matter how much you add, it always looks cohesive. Case in point? This petite bedroom in designer Abbie Naber’s airy California home. The gallery wall, patterned pillows, and collection of objects all work so well together and keep your eye moving around the space.
At a loss for where to start? Just start piling on patterns and texture. The mix of colors, fabrics, and materials on display in this gorgeously bold Welsh bedroom gives the whole room bohemian influences that are bright and reminiscent of the jungle.
6. Tropical-tinged bohemian
Who doesn’t want their bedroom to remind them of being on a tropical vacation? The lush green plants in this Florida home, mixed with colorful bedding make the room feel jungle-like. But what really sets it apart is that sea green paint on the walls.
Incorporating the entire rainbow is the perfect way to inject some hippie enthusiasm into your space, like seen in this California home. Whether it’s through throw pillows and blankets or wall hangings and rugs, there are plenty of options for letting color bubble over into your bedroom.
Boho knows no bounds, and the more texture, color, and pattern the merrier. You’ll find that this theory was proven in a bedroom found in a Colorado farm house. Even the dreariest of spaces can be spruced up with a good dusting of vibrant textiles.
This bright and light room in California is only helped by its colorful rug and the playful odds and ends lining the headboard shelves. Altogether, the light-soaked room feels warm and inviting, and deemed perfect for a boho escape.
Not all bohemian style spaces need to exude a mismatch persona. This gorgeous Western Australia abode plays with plenty of colors but ensures each hue has a matching counterpart somewhere in the room. This makes everything look balanced, but still free-spirited.
The owners of this particularly pretty Dutch home found plenty of inspiration during their travels to places like Ibiza, Spain. The bedroom has taken on a global feel with hints of a Mediterranean vacation with a touch of Moroccan style.
Crochet, knit, embroidery, you name it and there’s a way to make any kind of needlework look bohemian. In this pretty California bedroom, the bedding is truly responsible for upholding the boho feel of the space with plants, curtains, and a rug only emphasizing the vibe further.
There’s nowhere better to look to for inspiration than the desert if you’re ideating for a boho style room. This undeniably mod boho home in Joshua Tree, California uses a few subtle touches like wooden stools, a woven jute rug, and patterned throw to wholeheartedly embrace this look without incorporating too many colors and textures.
15. A sprinkling of plants
While it may seem like Parisian living arrangements are always classic in style, this home proves otherwise. It’s a mixture of the plants sprouting up from unexpected corners and vibrant artwork that set this room apart.
Turns out that choosing one color and sticking can even be super boho. This stunning Toronto bedroom managed to keep the vibe alive and well throughout the space by using different shades of pink and plenty of fun fabrics and textures.
With a large wall hanging on one side and a brick wall on the other, the owners of this sunny California apartment managed to implement two accent walls without too much work involved. The choice in patterns and materials help keep the boho spirit ever-present in the room.
The renters of this rustic apartment in Los Angeles put their own spin on boho style in their bedroom. Mountain decals make up the back wall, which is also adorned with a wire cow’s skull and a plant on each side. A throw blanket and rug in intricate patterns also help solidify the vibe the couple was going for in the space.
No era better encapsulates bohemian interiors than the ’70s, so of course a space like found in this California craftsman, would be utterly spot on thanks to the influence of that decade. Lace curtains, a patterned wool blanket, and a shaggy wall hanging are just some of the aspects that make this space feel like you’ve stepped back in a time machine.
While the baskets hanging on the wall most certainly play into a bohemian feel, the woven shelving unit is what really holds the space down in this Oakland apartment — as it in its own right is super bohemian. With the addition of plants, natural wood, and fun trinkets, this bedroom exceeds expectations.
The cowhide rug gives this space an air of Americana, but the plants and bedding make give it a boho soul. Though, leave it to Deanna, one of the renters in the former church-turned-apartment, to put it perfectly when describing her aesthetic, “My Style: Very eclectic. It ranges anywhere from 1960s Danish Modern, to ’70s flower child, to modern day vintage industrial.”
22. Immaculate color palette
This picture-perfect space in Melbourne could be the poster child for bohemian bedrooms The color palette is idyllic with its prints and dusty shades, and the choices of fabrics in both the bedding and rug completely exceed expectations.
Arguably, living at the beach by default makes your space boho (even if just a little). This gorgeous California home uses shibori prints, macramé, and plants to create an escape that classically captures this style.
24. Decorative collections
Sharing your collections on the wall or somewhere they’re completely visible can lace an eclectic root throughout the entirety of your bedroom. But that’s only one of the many things this bedroom does right—in fact, the entirety of this home in Los Angeles flawlessly beams bohemian vibes.