If I want to describe my personal taste in interior design, it would sound something like modern Scandinavian with a touch of bohemian. This can mean a lot of things, but to make it more specific, I like a laid-back, unfussy home, a limited amount of furniture and very few decorative pieces. Anyways, who is fond of removing the dust from dozens (hundreds??? Noooo!) of mostly useless objects?
So, if you are planning to remodel your home and you are into the Scandinavian style, Scandi bohemian is one of the many directions you can choose from. Bohemian interiors are usually abundant in vibrant colours, lush layered textiles with mixed patterns, lots of greenery, elaborate wooden details and they have a very artsy atmosphere. Other typical elements of bohemian interiors are gallery walls or beautifully displayed works of art. Here are two examples of interiors with a bohemian chic:
As you can see, heavy rugs are also basic elements of such interiors.
The second picture above shows a calmer interior compared to the first one and it also contains a few “cooler” elements, like the modern Scandi style round tables and the monochrome gallery.
But you can also choose to have a more relaxed decor in your home and still have both the Scandi and bohemian vibe in it. In that case you can combine a minimalist Nordic style with just a few details typical of bohemian interiors, but not too many colours.
Stay tune if you are into Scandinavian style, because next time I will pick another trend from this part of the world.
Pictures sourced partly from Pinterest.