Remodeling your bathroom and not sure how to decorate it? Let me guess – you’ve thought of farmhouse decor, french country, a more modern look – and none of them have resonated with you. Well, you’ve come to the right place because the bohemian style is taking the world by storm! Keep reading for the best boho bathroom decor ideas below.
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How to decorate a bathroom bohemian style?
A bohemian bathroom is not only the way to go because it’s budget-friendly – but also because the boho style makes for great home decor!
Firstly, figure out your color scheme – or lack there-of. Textile textures are popular for bohemian bathroom decor design – so get started by mixing and matching textiles. If you haven’t noticed, the boho interior design style is pretty all over the place.
Secondly, think about creating an accent tile wall. Personally, I love incorporating mosaic tile into an accent wall – but there are a lot of textiles you can use in your small bathroom makeover.
Thirdly, use lots of boho bathroom accessories! Make sure to stack up on the necessities – a shower curtain, bath mat, some bath towels, and some wall art – but you also want to incorporate some accessories! The boho style is all about natural materials – macrame, moroccan tiles, rattan – along with lots of little accessories. If you haven’t noticed, it’s kind of a hippie style – but boho chic at the same time!
What are the different types of boho decor?
Honestly, boho decor looks great in a lot of different spaces ~ living room, bedroom, kitchen decor, and yup – you guessed it – in a bathroom design! But what makes boho “boho”?
Typically, bohemian interior design incorporates a lot of natural materials along with minamalist accessories. Chaise beds, mid-century coffee tables, Moroccan poufs, rattan chairs, and macrame bath rugs are all part of boho design ideas.
However, there isn’t really a “boho” style codebook. You can really incorporate a lot of different textiles and textures into your powder room to make it boho. Or for that matter, even throughout your house! I’ve started putting some boho wall decor up in my farmhouse kitchen and honestly, it looks great! It’s just another point that boho isn’t limited to your bathroom wall decor.