The boho-chic style is the most popular for decorating houses today: it is relaxed, welcoming and catchy, has a lot of details and catchy elements. Boho style can be found everywhere: bathrooms, kitchens, bedrooms and if you have kids – it’s high time to incorporate it there too. A boho nursery is a beautiful and calming oasis with lots of interesting details that will grab your child’s attention. Plus, the boho style is all about warm neutrals or bright gypsy colors and patterns, which makes it perfect for a gender neutral room. Do you need ideas to implement this style in the nursery? Let’s take a look at some ideas!
Colors and textures
You can go two different ways with the boho style: warm neutral colors from white to natural wood tones, or light and gypsy, but the latter idea is rarely used as a kids room should be calming and calming. You can also try a black and white color scheme or freshen up your neutral colors with pastel colors.
Add lots of texture to the room using faux fur, stone, wallpaper, brick, leather, and suede to make your kid’s room cooler. The boho style also requires the use of lots of wood, rattan, and wicker. So don’t skip these materials.
Furniture and decor
Opt for modern, rustic, vintage, or minimal furniture, usually made of wood and rattan, with neutral upholstery. Hang up some chic artwork, macrame, jute and boho rugs, put up Moroccan-style blankets and pillows, and don’t forget the greenery in the pot – it will liven up the room. Lamps can be made from wicker or wooden beads to suit the space.