Hello all! I introduce you to the second post in one week! I’m getting better, right? Sooner or later I’ll be back to at least 4 posts a week (I hope). Today I’m going to share with you some of my favorite bohemian style bedrooms. While I was searching for inspiration to finish up my bedroom, I kept leaning toward the boho chic variety. And I’m now convinced that is the style I prefer, at least in my bedroom. Boho bedrooms are typically very carefree and eclectic and that describes me perfectly.
First up, is this bedroom by Naomi Stein from Design Manifest. If you haven’t seen this bedroom before you have been living under a rock for some time now. In fact, Naomi’s entire home is AMAZING, every room could fit into the theme of this post. She does a great job of mixing modern with vintage and making it bohemian glam. If I can get my paws on a batik dyed bedspread like this I would be ecstatic. And that Marilyn Monroe print is divine. You can purchase it here . I think I may consider buying it. I’ve always wanted a Ms. Monroe print in my home.
This bedroom was designed by Sara Berrenson from All the Pretties. This bedroom is about the same size as mine and I love everything about it especially that headboard and quilt at the foot of bed! I found the bedroom on Pinterest and it lead me to her house tour. Be sure to check it out and the rest of the blog, she has some great stuff on there. She even has a great fabric line on Spoonflower.
Justina Blakeney purchased this lovely suzani bedspread on a trip to Istanbul and I really like how the bright textiles standout in this otherwise all-white bedroom.
Here’s some progress on my attempt at the boho chic look. I purchased this rug from Homegoods last week with some encouraging from Milla not really knowing what direction my room was going in. I also purchased the hot pink ruffeld throw from TJ Maxx yesterday. I’m really loving the rug for now because it’s the first introduction of a pattern into the room. I’m on the hunt for a block print quilt or pillow to add some more prints to the room because that’s what the Boho look is all about. It doesn’t have to match, but it does have to go together.