Boho elements bring a relaxed essence to these two luxurious modern home designs. The earthy boho accents softly counteract the crisp linearity of contemporary furniture and upmarket abodes. In our first featured visualization, we tour a high-end residence that’s detailed with elegant curves and designer wooden furniture. The boho spirit flows out onto a welcoming pool terrace, and into a beautiful master bedroom and bathroom. Our second luxurious modern boho home is crowned with a commanding wood slatted ceiling treatment that provides the interior with visual warmth and texture. A vertical garden grows a green interior accent wall, and eye-catching floor tiles spread delicate pattern underfoot.
Our first home design features a high-ceilinged
A white L-shaped couch embraces the sitting area, with a modern side table conveniently overlapping one end. See more ideas for
A designer lounge chair and Pierre Jeanneret’s Kangaroo Chair stand at the opposite side of a unique
A square jute rug visually defines the lounge area from the adjacent dining space.
The formal dining chair arrangement is casually broken up by a pair of boho wooden dining
An archway elegantly frames the open-plan kitchen. A kitchen peninsula forms a barrier between the culinary space and the neighboring dining room.
Outside, a swimming pool is blissfully shaded under hanging plants that trail from a first-floor balcony.
The balcony overhang curves away, keeping in balance with the architectural arches that define the doorways of the home.
Trees and shrubs make a green border around the sun terrace.
Concrete stepping stones lead across a pebbled bed toward a set of sun loungers.
Moving into the
At the end of the bed, a partition wall divides the sleep space from a dressing room. Inside the partition, a series of rotating shutters facilitate the flow of natural light and ventilation. A media unit and TV stand in front.
In the dressing room, a table with a
A bedroom chair is paired with a beautiful boho rug to form a cozy reading nook.
In the bathroom, a bespoke vanity unit extrudes from a stone feature wall to create one cohesively blended feature wall. A round
Charming patterned floor tiles continue from the vanity area into a walk-in shower space with a
The unique bathtub is crafted in black stone to match the bathroom basin.
This 281-square-meter home visualization is a project named “Whisper of the Woods”. It explores two ceiling and floor treatments for the same living space. The first is a dark wood slatted ceiling design with a fresh white polished concrete floor.
The second variation of this home design features a light-toned wood slatted ceiling, which stretches above a delicately patterned tile floor.
A vertical garden wall adds color and texture to the double-height living room void.
White jute rugs are loosely placed beneath the modular sofa arrangement, creating small islands of texture.
Deep black window frames starkly contrast the white living room decor scheme.
The living room fireplace is a tall installation that towers inside the chimney breast.
White floor vases are filled with pampas grass to drop in areas of tonal warmth.
A modern wooden dining table is teamed with a variety of seating options, including contrasting chairs, a
A contrasting black dining room chair boldly breaks up the wooden dining set. The black accent chair also forms a color connection with the window frames and dark ceiling option.
Staggered blocks build a decorative wall.
In the kitchen, a stainless steel island provides a sharp contemporary anchor that counterbalances the earthy boho elements.
Another decoratively stacked brick wall forms a light-permeable partition across the bedroom.
A huge dressing room forms a buffer zone between the bedroom and the open living room.
A single floral rug contributes a burst of color to the room.
An open ensuite bathroom benefits from beautiful views.
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