The decoration in Bohemian style means texture, multiple fabrics, combined patterns, a mixture of tradition and modernity and perhaps especially of color. Lots and lots of deep saturated color. Here are some examples of what we mean when we talk about bohemian style. An explosion of color and a combination, sometimes risky, of elements of very diverse origin.
In the image above you have a clear example of a bohemian style decoration. As you can appreciate, color, it has all what you want. Although perhaps this example is somewhat exaggerated because the entire wall has been decorated with the complete backgrounds of the floral section of the Rijkmuseum. The floral motifs have a great presence in this style.
This typical wicker chair has been decorated with colored threads, golden paint and a generous string of pompoms. It is a job that you can do if you get one of these chairs so seventies.
Another strong element of the bohemian style are the exotic decorative objects. Furniture, designs or elements such as these lanterns that mimic those produced in North Africa can be included in a bohemian decoration. In this case the lanterns are an imitation made from glass jars, dimensional paint and glass paint.
The crochet or crochet or any other technique of home weaving are elements that can be added without any doubt to a bohemian decoration. We always have mom and grandma if we do not have these skills.
Plants and painted fabrics can transform almost any environment into a bohemian and exotic place. Imagination and creativity are the weapons of any decorator but in this style more if possible.
A table lamp screen is easy to make with a few pieces of pleated fabric, as long as they are colorful. A vinyl with a floral motif will transform an ultra-modern side table in methacrylate into something much more bohemian. Dye the fabric of our cushions with natural techniques will give that touch between exotic and ecological so typical of the bohemian style.