Bohemian decor – Once a counter-culture movement that abandoned the pursuit of wealth and luxury for the pursuit of beauty and passion in the creation of art and literature. Bohemia has been associated with an eclectic style in fashion and decoration of home. The Bohemian style serves as an expression of low-cost individuality with a diverse mix of contrasting styles and design accessories, such as pairing an old silver candelabrum with a coarse table. Achieve the style by mixing findings from the flea market and unusual antiques. With new modern pieces. Choose a color palette for the interior of a house using paint and fabric that express your personal style. Choose a more traditional Bohemian color palette of the brightest shades. Decide on a Boho chic scheme as a monochromatic selection of blues and grays. Select a color from the wall of the palette, such as the most vibrant shadow.
Search for eclectic furniture and accessories in flea markets, antique stores and thrift stores. Pay close attention to the lines, style and decorative elements of the pieces rather than the color. The stain or the upholstery, which can be changed out. Select the elements that contrast with design elements that can be complementary in the pairs correctly. For example, place a painting canvas frame without abstract, modern art between a pair of wrought iron. The appliques of Queen Anne decorated glass. Focus on finding several pieces of the states instead of accumulating dozens of smaller accessories that tend to look like a clutter collection instead of an elegant bohemian decor design.
Bohemian decor style bathroom is in equal parts in disrepair, recycled, colorful, eclectic and over the top. It usually has found and reused hand-me-downs and carries an artist’s air, or maybe it should be nonchalance. Bohemian decoration dresses in ruffles, blends of prints and is not afraid to show a little wear. And also put your vintage findings and original fashion sense. To work to disguise your boring bathroom as a mix of bohemian design. Paint a wall of a deep color like royal purple jewel, sapphire or topaz. Fill it with posters and reproductions of Impressionist paintings and early 20th century European advertising. Frame a Parisian coffee menu and add frameless oil paintings, salvaged from the still life’s that snag at the flea market or the two-lane shop. Hang a crochet lace tablecloth as an outside shower curtain, and pull it back with an elaborate drapery tie.