Sweep harsh lines aside, forget formality and embrace the relaxed boho living room aesthetic. Boho interiors create a cosy and naturalistic backdrop in which to set aside the mounting worries of the fast-paced world. A tranquil place where we can unwind with family, unplug, and become immersed in pastimes we love. Indoor plants pull in a touch of Mother Nature’s revitalising green palette, adding delicate decor texture with air purifying benefits. Rattan baskets and wicker living room pendant lights warmly accessorise the look along with options for jute or tribal area rugs that lay down tactile interludes and interesting patterns. Check out our collection of boho living rooms below for tips and accessories to help you design yours.


Visualizer: Kunstudio Design  

Minimal boho living room. Although the boho interiors trend is synonymous with layering and earthy accessorisation, you don’t have to create copious amounts of visual clutter to achieve the look. Applying just a few key pieces of wall decor to your living room along with a complementary coffee table at the centre is enough to complete the theme.


Visualizer: Fathy Ibrahim  

In this pared-back modern boho decor scheme, a white marble coffee table nests with a round black counterpart and a smaller side table to create a cool contemporary focal point within the earthy setting.


Visualizer: Mirna Soliman  

Let it shine. When you have a strong architectural focal point, neutral boho decor makes an ideal gentle accompaniment that will not distract the eye.


Visualizer: Yousra Hisham  

Take it low. The bohemian living room aesthetic is all about relaxed vibes and informality. So, keep furniture low, bring shelving down to meet it, and accessorise with a floor vase or two.


Visualizer: Rowan Mersal  

Light and laced with nature. Pale backgrounds and light-filled spaces go hand-in-hand with boho decor. Finish off with a jute round rug and a statement wicker chair.


Visualizer: Muhammed Abo Elesaad  

Alternatively, pull back on random statement pieces and opt for one eye-catching living room chandelier.


Visualizer: Muhammed Atef  

You can also use a collection of smaller wicker pendants to form a larger light feature. Simply group multiple light fittings of different sizes into one condensed area and adjust the electrical cords to various lengths. This light installation is made even more eye-catching by an area of exposed wooden ceiling beams.


Visualizer: Amany Zidan  

Create different areas of boho magic. In this red boho living room, a cane and rattan room divider splits a large space into two cosier lounge areas. Muted red wall paint depicts archways that complement the design of the bifold screen.


Designer: Bereza Architecture  
Visualizer: Valery Zhavruk  

Boho reflections. In small spaces, the layering of boho accessories can become overwhelming. Instead, apply just a couple of adornments and include a full-length mirror to amplify the effect and the natural light.


Visualizer: Madamax Visual Design Lab  

Bring greenery indoors. Add a plethora of indoor plants to create a boho jungle where you will feel cocooned from work stresses and daily woes. This dreamy landscape is the perfect escape in which to get carried away with a great book.


Designer: colorTHEORY Boston  

Speaking of idyllic reading spots, why not hang a hammock in which to while away the hours with the latest bestseller.


Designer: Erin Barrett & Creighton Barrett  
Via: Dwell  

Contrasting upholstery. In this stylish boho living room design, we see a combination of cool grey and warm tan sofa upholstery, which creates a wonderful tonal balance.


Designer: Jo England  
Via: AD Middle East  

Tell the boho tale with tables. Contrasting coffee tables, a multitude of side tables, and a unique sofa table combine to create an interesting visual. A large jute rug
holds the busy furniture arrangement together on one warm base.


Photographer: Danang Seta  

The sunken boho living room. This lounge area dips low into the floor to fashion a cosy conversation pit. Rattan pendant lights, table lamps, and coffee tables form a warm and textural core.


Via: Historias De Casas  

Whilst light decor is the go-to for boho interiors, you don’t have to miss out on colour altogether. Choose a bright tribal living room rug to inject upbeat personality.


Designer: Dan Mitchell & Patisandhika  

A hammock in the trees and a double-height living room stacked with music and books–this is a living space you may never want to leave.


Visualizer: Bui Ni  

The dark boho living room look. Whilst rarer than pale spaces, dark boho interiors are powerful and majestic. Clean up the look with just a few light accents, like this chic modern coffee table design and upholstered stool.


Visualizer: Art Group by Vasilkova Daria  

Cut through with copper. These copper wall lights, directional spotlights, matching fan, and decorative Moroccan ceiling panel add rich lustre to an industrial concrete backdrop. See more of this colourful boho-industrial-style home with Moroccan accents here.


Visualizer: Mai Anh Nguyen  

Boho add-ons. If your living room is already freshly decorated in a modern style, it’s not too late to achieve the boho vibe. Grab yourself a macramé wall hanging, an indoor plant, a knitted pouf, and a plethora of textural scatter cushions and you’re in business.


Designer: Butterfly Studio  

This minimalist boho living room scheme is accomplished with a beautiful fiddle-leaf fig plant, a simple wooden coffee table, and rattan pendant lights above an adjoining dining space.


Source: Lulu & Georgia  

With a white boho living room base, indoor plants, rattan elements, and natural wood draw due attention. The off-white weave of macramé wall decor is just enough to cause interest against a pure white chimney breast.


Designer: Heather Barnes  

In this white living room, a tan leather sofa draws out the subtle warmth of small wicker and wood accessories.


Via: Decorilla  

Celebrate life, love, and nature with a colourful boho living room palette.


Designer: Anova Interior Design  
Visualizer: Stanislav Ananev & Tanya Vorobyeva  

Metal wall decor glams up a nature-loving space. See more nature-loving boho interiors here.


Visualizer: Vizline Studio  

Industrial-boho spaces look impressive with a bespoke concrete sofa design but this can leave the area looking a little linear. Combat harsh furniture lines with a jute round rug, round coffee tables, a circular wall mirror, and a rounded fireplace design.


Visualizer: Anastasia Bulycheva  

Ceramic pots and vases provide a rustic, handmade aesthetic to boho surroundings. Light up the collection with subtle LED shelf lights.


Visualizer: Nhật Vy  

When it comes to boho living room curtains, think of natural fibres like linen and hemp. Intricately woven macramé makes a stunning window piece that gently filters the sunlight during the day and offers a decorative screen of privacy at night.


Visualizer: Natalia Klochko & Kseniya Serebrianskaya  

If you’re not sure where to start with your boho decor scheme then you can’t go far wrong with a layered wall basket display. You can create this look on a budget by seeking second-hand rattan treasures in charity shops.


Via: Etsy  

As an alternative to a wicker basket wall, you could invest in a set of handmade wooden art pieces. Get this wall decor here.


Via: Airbnb  

Blush infusions make a boho room look restful and rosy.


Visualizer: Puzzle Studio  

Another rosy scheme, this open plan lounge area is shaped by a pink modern sofa that hugs a unique rattan coffee table. See more ideas for stylish coffee tables


Visualizer: Nguyễn Thủy  

Utilise the beautiful silhouette of a boho chair to set the look.


Visualizer: Nada Shehab  

Passionate about pattern. Patchwork sofas flank this living space with a riot of boho prints.


Designer: Yana Prydalna  
Visualizer: Maria Soroka  

Boho building blocks. Floor cushions, a chunky sofa design, and textural wall art form building blocks of boho style.


Visualizer: Yara Medhat  

Fashion a boho glam living room with sumptuous fabrics and a brilliantly colourful Frida Kahlo painting.


Visualizer: Yara Medhat  

Painted arch motifs construct effective zoning, like in the blended living space of this studio apartment.


Visualizer: Maša Popović  

A colourful decor palette and a Persian rug assemble a snug and homely vibe.


Visualizer: SK_ARCHVIZ  

Airy blue and white decor with clean lines achieves a Scandinavian boho style.


Visualizer: NL DS  

Multiply greenery with botanical art.


Visualizer: Ahmed Abdelshafy  

Shake up a neutral boho scheme with bold pattern, like this beige and black houndstooth set.


Architect: Salah Fattah  
Visualizer: Alena Valyavko  

In a luxuriously large space, utilise wall and floor texture to fill the expanse with boho essence.


Visualizer: Yana Prydalna  

A modern grey sofa design takes on the boho spirit when set beneath wicker pendants and underlined with a tribal rug.


Architect: Kholoud Ahmed Güzel  

Elegant arches. Blend boho beauty with the arch trend to achieve a modern meld.


Via: Angi  

Small and casual. No matter the space, you can attain a loose boho look with just a small collection of naturalistic accessories.


Visualizer: Lib Team  

A swing chair teeters between the indoor and outdoor aesthetics that shape the boho mood.


Designer: Norsu Interiors  

Create black and white contrast for a more edgy vibe.


Designer: Elizabeth Roberts Architecture and Design  

It’s possible to fashion a renter-friendly boho decor scheme too. Use wooden benches instead of wall-mounted shelving to display earthy accessories and art, and roll out a flatweave boho rug that you easily take with you when you move on to your next apartment.


Source: Giggster  

Mid-century boho. Mid-century modern furniture works well in relaxed boho settings, bringing complementary bright colours, wooden frames, and rattan weaves.


Source: Locations Hub  

The boho loft look. Natural timber and indoor plants are a match made in heaven with the raw red brickwork walls of a city loft.


Source: Airbnb  

Handcrafted accessories. Visit craft fairs or learn how to make your own boho accessories to achieve a one-of-a-kind result.


Designer: Katrina Boschenko  
Via: Airbnb Magazine  

Cheerful colour medley. Why just choose one accent colour when you can have three or four. In colourful boho decor, it’s the more the merrier.


1. Macrame style wall mirror
2. Boho style rug
3. String lights
4. Mandala wall art
5. Hanging chair
6. Wooden wall art
7. Macrame plant holder
8. Macrame wall hanging
9. Macrame magazine rack

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