If you're feeling indecisive about revamping your home's style, we can't blame you. Today's trends seem wildly divergent: modern minimalism might make your space feel luxe and sleek, but boho-chic promises fun, color, and drama. Don't feel bad about your indecision — because there's no need to choose. Done correctly, boho's funky textures and vivid color palettes won't compromise minimalism's streamlined elegance. Pick and choose your perfect colors and select boho-inspired accents to turn your space into a genre-bending wonderland. Here's how you can combine the two styles seamlessly so everything makes sense.
1. Layer different textures.
2. Pair symmetrical, clean lines with soft, textural textiles.
3. Use boho accents sparingly.
4. Choose eclectic decor.
Pairing minimalism's traditional white walls with a hodgepodge of decor feels utterly avant-garde. Don't let perfectionism constrain you: Put your plants where they please you and don't even bother hanging your art.
5. Pick a color scheme.
6. Sometimes less is so much more.
7. Illuminate with sunlight.
8. It's all in the details.
9. Add visual interest with shapes and patterns.
10. Show off your passions.
When you're searching for fun, unique accents for your boho-chic-slash-minimal space, don't forget to consider yourself. A love of the ocean is clearly integrated into this charming dining room bringing the outside in and making every inch of this coastal-inspired retreat feel personal.
11. Leave the walls bare.
12. Silence your fear of clutter.
Stuffing too many tchotchkes into a space can feel crowded, but don't let a fear of clutter keep your home sterile. Even though this niche with built-in open shelving is chock-full of creative bohemian-inspired knickknacks, it still feels sleek and minimal.
13. Colorful accents work wonders.
Colorful accents are the perfect accompaniment for a boho-minimal room. Pair vibrant, funky area rugs with a interesting gallery wall to make the space scream style. Just don't add too many accessories, otherwise you risk going overboard.
14. Include vibrant textiles.
Not sure if you're committed to the colorful boho-chic trend? Start small. Swap out plain textiles for something with pizzazz, like this marigold bed throw. Pair that with a simple pattern area rug and a hang a little leafy flourish for interior design gold.