Bohemians do not follow trends or patterns. They have shades of bright magnificence and shabby eclecticism in an artistic combination. Rather, bohemian is all about a heart that loves colors, creativity, adventure, and above all, freedom from rules and conventions. There is no harm in going against the sleep-inducing conventional colors in the bedroom. No color is bad.
It all depends on how you would like to express yourself through them. Make your bedroom an oasis of spontaneous colors and mix them, instead of matching. The world of colors is where bohemians find solace in, therefore, let the paint and the upholstery be a fun festival of colors. Consider plum, orange, aubergine, or yellow. Alternatively, you could also look for interesting wallpapers.
The bed is perhaps the most favorite furniture for many of us. Consider your bed a piece of art and weave magic around it. You can use the mandala bedding sets, a bright rug, and numerous cushions of various sizes, colors, textures and patterns to make the bed look bohemian. Bohemian lighting is warm, soft, and hypnotic. You can achieve this effect with morocco or filigree lanterns which can either hang from the ceiling or can be placed on the ground or a slightly elevated shelf.
Vintage chandeliers or antique lampshades can also create diffused lighting and render a cozy and comfortable vibe to your bedroom. The older the furniture, the more bohemian vibe it exudes. Hand-painted cupboard, dressers, and armoire also look artistically mystical. Use old trunks instead of fancy shelves to keep your books, lampshades, plants, photo frames, and other knick-knacks. Free-spirited bohemians never keep their walls blank. Let your fantasies run wild and display your souvenirs on the walls in a sweet chaotic manner.
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