54+ Original Boho Chic Dining Room Designs
If you have a bohemian kitchen, why not make your dining room bohemian? It's a chic style with lots of details and accessories, colorful patterns and furniture. And again, the variability of bohemian style just surprises! Start from the color scheme: choose a combination that you like, or just make a neutral scheme - grey and white. Patterned walls are welcome! Now choose furniture - everything is suitable from exquisite glass tables to rough wood furniture. Add colorful fabrics like curtains, rugs, table runners and pillows and some accessories like candle holders, refined lights and art pieces and voila - you're done!
What Styles To Pair Boho With
Boho style goes nice with mid-century modern, gypsy, Eastern, rustic and even Scandinavian style - you may choose any touches for your boho space. Rustic touches will bring coziness, gypsy and Eastern touches will make your space bolder and wilder, mid-century modern touches will make the space more elegant and Scandinavian elements will polish the look with natural touches and a neutral color scheme.
Materials And Colors
Rock lots of wood, rattan and wicker elements, go for jute, rocks and other natural materials that you like. Add faux fur covers and rugs, hang some metal chandeliers or candle lanterns in Moroccan style. As for colors, boho dining rooms are usually warm-colored in earthy tones for a pair of mid-century modern and boho styles, super colorful if you like gypsy influence or monochromatic and neutral if you prefer Scandinavian elements.
Furniture And Decor
Rock rattan chairs, a wooden table with a live edge, wicker lamps and lights. All the rest of the furniture is up to you and the style you've chosen to pair with boho. Popular boho decorations include potted greenery, decorative plates, jute and Persian rugs, beaded chandeliers and macrame.