Boho Living Room Shoppable Board
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The items on this concept board were selected with great care to create a successful Boho look. A combo of whites, beiges and greys with a tan accent colour was chosen for an effective natural look.
When decorating a room with a bohemian look, it's imperative to include numerous natural and textural items. For this living room's concept board, I ensured to incorporate several soft, cozy-looking elements. Never shy away from plants, faux-fur and rattan!
For this design concept board, I opted for the extra-large (for extra comfort!) Forte Channeled Saddle leather sofa, from CB2. The pillows I picked to go on this cozy and deep sofa both have an organic feel to them, with desertic colour tones (also both from CB2).
I don't know about you, but there is something about a good rattan chair that I just absolutely adore. This chair from Crate and Barrel makes no exception to the rule and has a very cushiony padded seat to keep you comfortable while you read a book or sip on your tea.
The wood and white coffee table from Pottery Barn offers warmth and beauty to this living room, while the pillar side table has a more modern look to it. Adding a touch or two of modernity to a more natural look can be a fun and interesting way to personalize the overall style, as long as it doesn't disturb the balance of the room.
For the area rug, I opted for this ivory and grey shag rug from rugs.ca. For any rug in a bohemian setup, the longer the pile, the better!
Creating layers with rugs is big right now, and for a good reason. It adds texture and allows for even more creativity. In this case, I picked this Icelandic sheepskin throw from CB2 as an extra layer to rest your feet on. Speaking of resting your feet, the handmade black and ivory blocked-shaped pouf does just that, in style.
You'll notice the same "X" geometric pattern coming back here and there within the room. Playing with patterns and shapes in such a way creates balance and makes the look of a given room come together nicely.
I thought the wall art pieces from Society6 were a great addition to this living room. Why not integrate some colourful butterflies and a bit of sunshine into a room? Round, coiled handwoven plates are huge right now, especially in a Boho-decorated room. Hang many of them, and play around with their sizes and colours.
Voila! You now have yourself all the necessary items for your refreshing Boho look.
I also included some alternative product options to complement this bohemian style, in the event of any product being unavailable or out of stock (a reality that comes with online shopping at times)! All alternative options are also available to purchase directly through these links.
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Kiki Lalancette Design