Boho decor is a fun way to add relaxed character and cosiness to a bedroom design. The boho style is adaptable to many different kinds of base decor too, so you can always add a twist to a pre-existing Scandi-style space or a cool urban scheme. Here are 51 boho bedrooms with ideas, tips and accessories to help you design yours.
Boho relief art. Whether raised from a canvas or created directly onto the wall, 3D relief art goes hand-in-hand with the textural bohemian aesthetic.
Spread boho style accessories evenly. If you don’t wish to go too deep with layering then space key pieces at regular intervals around the room. Handmade art over the headboard, a wicker pendant light, a boho bedroom chair, and a rustic planter are enough to instil a subtle essence without going overboard.
Create one focal piece. An archway acts as the perfect jumping-off point for boho wall decor. Paint the architectural feature in a warm beige colourway to contrast with a pale grey or white decor scheme, and hang a handwoven element at its centre. The modern tufted bed surprisingly looks right at home in this room.
If a new architectural feature isn’t in the budget, then consider a surface-mounted arch.
A hand-painted archway is a cheap and efficient way to hit the trend. You can accessorise with an arch-shaped mirror too.
Buy into the botanical theme. Indoor plants make perfect companions for the earthy boho look. Alternatively, you can opt for leafy art prints and wallcoverings.
As light as a feather. Boho decor schemes work well under all sorts of colour schemes, from dark and dramatic to colourful and joyous. However, there is something so very calming about a white, pale grey, or greige boho bedroom. This one employs feather decals to give the scheme an ever lighter, airier look.
Use a wide macrame wall hanging as a headboard. See more of this boho bedroom design here.
The joy of jute. When it comes to boho rugs, it’s all about texture. A round jute rug makes a fitting natural base for the aesthetic whilst also complementing a curvaceous arched motif.
The power of the pendant. When choosing a light fitting, go large with a Bell wicker pendant to achieve visual impact.
If your budget won’t stretch to a large light fitting, a group of small wicker pendants can be easier on the pocket.
Hang a rug. Whether on the floor or the wall, a handwoven rug can instantly transform a boho bedroom colour scheme.
Thnk outside the wicker basket. Just because wicker pendants are leaders in boho bedroom decor, that doesn’t mean you can’t opt for a more chic bedroom chandelier. This tasselled light fixture works elegantly with understated wooden furniture and pretty botanical prints.
Anything goes. Industrial accessories, rustic feature walls, or farmhouse ceilings. Anything goes in the world of boho.
Uber chic with boho sprinkles. This elegant bedroom design merely hints at the bohemian trend. Indoor plants soften the focal wall between contemporary pendant lights, whilst wooden tables add character around a modern floor lamp.
Nearly neoclassical. This boho bedroom scheme is layered against panel moulding to give it a classical elegance. A dark green paint finish beautifully ties the two aesthetics together.
Make sunshine with yellow ochre accents. This warm hue makes cheerful contrast with natural greenery and black anchors.
Slats and stripes. The wood-slatted interior trend melds easily with the boho natural material palette. Add a striped bedroom rug to exaggerate the linear effect.
Take it to the floor. A low-level platform bed or floor bed design conveys a relaxed look.
Of course, you’re not limited to only raw wooden furniture with this trend. An upholstered bed has a softening effect on the scheme – and won’t hurt so much if you walk into it at night!
Feel free to exaggerate. It’s not always nice to exaggerate but when it comes to statement light fittings then we’re all about it.
Reshape a Scandi-style space. Clean-cut Scandinavian decor schemes make great vessels for layering in the boho look.
In this minimalist boho Scandi setting, it’s all about the plants
A stage for awesome finds. This split-level bedroom design forms a plinth on which to display a bright bed set and boldly underline a set of incredible bedroom pendant lights.
Black boho bedrooms. Out of the comfort zone for some, the black bedroom aesthetic is dramatically dreamy. You don’t have to go all-out though. Just pick one or two accent walls to turn up the intensity.
Pieces with personality. Source handmade or shapely items to give your space a unique personality, like this extraordinary end of bed bench.
Layer stripped wood floors with a multitude of rugs in different sizes, comfy floor cushions, and woven poufs.
Don’t miss an opportunity to add texture and detail. Even a simple bed throw becomes elevated with a tasselled edge.
Renter-friendly boho decor. If you’re renting your home, you might be limited from putting up wall decor and changing light fittings. Instead, source lightweight pieces that can be mounted with Command strips, or bring in a boho screen for a freestanding solution.
Blue boho. Break out of the land of neutrals with a royal blue focal wall. This deep hue makes a rich companion for natural wood, cane, and wicker furniture.
Sky blue accessories make a soothing combination alongside cream stucco walls.
A masterful master bedroom. Create a commanding presence with colossal light fittings. These pendants are paired with corresponding coloured bedside tables, creating a white pairing on one side of the room, and brown-black counterparts on the other.
Another extraordinary pendant light design, this time descending from a ceiling of exquisitely aged wooden beams.
A journey of discovery. The boho aesthetic encourages loose layering and meandering layouts. This bedroom design incorporates a lounge area and open plan ensuite, broken apart by low-hanging lights and decorative screening. The effect is bemusing, intriguing, and sublime.
High-end hotel vibes. Deep emerald green accents with rich wood wall panels and a symmetrical layout creates a luxury getaway.
Polished concrete floors and a built-in bed forms a fluid layout.
Moroccan moments. A detailed Moroccan bed design makes a decorative addition for a boho backdrop.
Calm and controlled. In this relaxing modern bedroom scheme, boho influences enter two by two.
Restrained and restful. A pared back colour palette and limited accessories fashion a restful decor scheme. Add just a dash of visual interest with a patterned rug or floral display.
A bedroom you’ll never want to leave. Take cosy throws and oodles of cushions, add a library wall, and you may create a bedroom that you’ll never want to leave.
Boho bedroom sets. Not all furniture has to be mismatched or upcycled to fit this laid-back theme. Wood and cane bedroom sets fit the profile too. You can always add a little relaxed asymmetry with a strip of wall panelling, wood-slatting, or a large macrame wall hanging.
Another sophisticated boho theme with symmetry. This time with dainty pedestal side tables, mini bedroom pendant lights and wall art.
Curate a colourful gallery wall with abstract pieces…
Or, fashion an elaborate art statement with 3D elements.
Hammocks and swing chairs hit the easygoing look just right.
Tell a creative story with standout moments, such as this unique bedroom pendant light, extra-chunky tasselled throw, and extraordinary plants.
Create boho glamour with reflective wall treatments and mood lighting.
Small and succinct. Plants, wicker baskets, macramé, a cosy throw, and a plethora of cushions are all you need to succeed in a compact space.
If you are not a naturally tidy person, then a boho bedroom could be your friend. No one is going to notice that you didn’t tuck in your bed clothes under layers of throws. And, belongings don’t need to be organised onto shelves when there are a bunch of baskets to throw them into.
Create boho vignettes. A wicker chair with a canopy over top or a vintage chest stacked with books, magic lies in small moments.