Boho Chic Decor Inspiration for Your Living Room

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Bohemian or Boho Chic was first introduced as a fashion style that drew from various bohemian and hippie influences, focusing on flowy fashions, natural fabrics, and earthy colors. Mostly associated with the 1960s and 70’s, it has a free-flowing and romantic aesthetic. But since then, the style has been embraced for interior decor and design. Boho Chic decor is for for those who want their homes to feel eclectic—filled with a mix of earthy palettes, different textures and patterns, and lots of natural elements.

What is Modern Boho Decor?

Modern or Urban Boho is an updated version of the style. It incorporates all the most popular elements of the bohemian style (a mix of textures and patterns, natural elements, greenery, earthy vibes). While adding a new spin by pairing those elements with a variety of unexpected modern decor (metals, modern color palettes, and more geometric patterns) and furniture.

Get The Look…

Couch: Novogratz Brittany Sofa Futon

Set the tone of your boho living room with this mustard yellow, linen futon couch by Novagratz. With a nod to mid-century modern lines, this easy-to-clean boutique-inspired, budget-friendly couch is built to last.
Price: $400

Rug: Artistic Weavers Traditional Rug

This large scale rug is easy to clean, and both kid and pet friendly. A traditional pattern of orange and blues will definitely tie your boho inspired room together!
Price: $375 $170

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Table: Christopher Knight Home Side Table

For a carefree, unconventional look and a variety of textures for your interior space, this side table will bring an earthy and modern boho touch to any room in your home. The modern and classic features will be the perfect solution for storage in your living room or bedroom decor.
Price: $290

Ottoman: Mandala Life ART Pouf

Made by artisans in Rajasthan, India, this golden yellow, bohemian-inspired floor pillow will add a pop of color and comfort to your room. It’s great for sitting, meditating, or doing yoga.
Price: $55

Greenery: COCOBOO Natural Seagrass Basket

Handmade by artisans in Vietnam, this beautiful tradition of handwoven belly baskets has been passed down from generations. It is made of 100% sustainable natural organic seagrass.
Price: $20

Lighting: 360 Lighting Teal Handmade Lamp

This handmade ceramic table lamp with a teal finish and linen shade is a sure way to bring a pop of color to your living space. Soft lighting will brighten up the space in the evening without being too harsh and glaring.
Price: $100

Pillows: QINU KEONU Throw Pillow

Made of cotton linen, these decorative boho decor throw pillows bring in a touch of natural fibers as well as a geometric design reminiscent of a mountain landscape.
Price: $10

Wall Art: Madison Park Sunburst Mirro

The perfect option to add in a touch of luxury, while still at an affordable cost, this gold sunburst mirror will compliment any decor style—both modern or boho chic. A conversation starter to be sure!
Price: $45

Comfort: Bourina Throw Blanket

Lightweight, soft and cozy, this herringbone patterned orange throw blanket is faux cashmere and is suitable for any season. Bonus…it can be used indoors or outdoors!
Price: $25

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Kim Dow Sass Magazine

Kim is the owner and publisher of Sass Magazine, as well as the owner of Sass Studios, a boutique graphic design studio in Frederick, MD. When not in the office, Kim can be found doing some of her favorite hobbies—reading a book, dancing, traveling, or playing with her rescued pitbull.

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1 thoughts on “Boho Chic Decor Inspiration for Your Living Room

  1. Mary Smith says:

    Bohemian style living rooms are gorgeous if done correctly. They are heavily based on color matching, patterns, and textures. ‘Organized chaos’ describes bohemian design pretty well. Sure, boho can look like a whole lot of junk thrown together in a room, but there’s generally a point to all of it. Anyone who has lived on their own can testify to this!

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