Boho style is a term coined by designer Mark Davis, which describes a mix of formal and informal elegance that is defined by minimalism, minimalism without excess, minimalistic elegance with a hint of glamour.
In his book, Boho, Davis explores how Boho styles have been influenced by the 20th century, from the Victorian era to the 20s and 30s.
“Boho style, on the whole, is an idea of restraint and simplicity,” he writes in the book.
“It is the most elegant and the most functional of all styles.
It is a fusion of the classical and the modern.”
Here are seven Boho trends you can try on to add a touch of glamor to your space.1.
The Art of the Room: Decorate with furniture that’s not only beautiful, but functional.
You can do this by choosing furniture that has a utilitarian look.
“The modern home should look the part, not the piece,” Davis says.
“In order to achieve this aesthetic perfection, a house should have its furniture in a state of perfect repair and functional condition.
The house should not look old and outdated.
It should not be used up.”2.
Make Your Own Bathroom Wallpaper: If you’re feeling bold, get creative with your bathroom wallpaper.
“Dressing up a bathroom with a custom wallpaper or wall pattern will give your bathroom a contemporary, sophisticated look,” Davis advises.3.
Create a DIY Bathroom Lamp: If your bathroom is in need of a little extra sparkle, you can make a DIY bathroom lamp out of plywood, painted vinyl, or anything else that will sparkle.
“Make the bathroom look like a new and creative creation,” Davis explains.4.
Create Your Own Bedroom Door: If it’s time to add some style to your bedroom, you might just want to create your own DIY door.
“If you don’t have a bed, you’ll want to try something that’s more elegant, more minimalistic, and more practical,” Davis adds.
“That way, your door will not look like you’ve done something wrong.”5.
Add an Outdoor Bathroom to Your House: If the outside of your house feels like a dirty and disorganized mess, try adding an outdoor bathroom to your home.
“Paint it in an elegant style and let it soak up the sunlight and soak up your fragrance,” Davis suggests.6.
Create an Outdoor Kitchen with Walls and Drapes: If a wall is a big deal in your home, consider adding a kitchen in your bathroom to complete your bathroom décor.
“A kitchen is one of those places where you can really create a sense of space and a sense the natural flow of the room,” Davis writes.7.
Create The Ultimate Boho Bathroom: If all else fails, the Boho bath can be the ultimate option.
“Create a wall that is a wall of your bathroom, a wall with a decorative element that has the same texture and feel as the wall itself, a vertical wall that’s in the shape of your body, a floor that’s horizontal and vertical, a bathtub that has been turned into a tub, a bed that’s been transformed into a bed,” Davis recommends.