16 Pieces of Bohemian Home Decor to Inspire Your Eclectic Side

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Bohemian decor is about embracing all that is laidback, whimsical, and a bit eclectic. Blending bold colors, layered textures, and natural fibers and plants, well-decorated boho rooms may share a certain aesthetic but are always completely unique in their own right. If you're ready to create a space that falls somewhere between Coachella and a Moroccan market, here are a few ideas to get you started.

Carved from sustainable mango wood, our UO-exclusive Bohemian Platform Bed adds an understated rustic touch. Complete with a sturdy slatted design so no box spring is needed!

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Bohemian Platform Bed

$779.00

Carved from sustainable mango wood, this boho-style bed makes the perfect showpiece for your bedroom.

Go ahead take your shoes off.

Pop this in your entryway to instantly set the tone for the rest of your home.

This is the epitome of shabby elegance.

Great as a patio statement or living room side table.

Let this statement bench be the pop of color at the foot of your otherwise neutral bed.

This media console brings a modern, bohemian aesthetic to your space. With 2 rattan-covered doors in a natural finish that hinge open to reveal interior storage. Complete with simple block handles + four sturdy removable legs.

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Marte Media Console

$449.00

Whether you're looking for a place to show off your vintage vinyl collection or your favorite jewelry, this midcentury media table can be made as unique as you are.

Let the sun shine in.

The best kind of decor should not only be able to stand alone, but also get exquisitely upgraded when paired with fresh (or faux) flowers.

Here's the perfect way to add a little texture to a soft, understated space.

Step aside Iron Throne, there's a new seat in town.

Start with a vibrant and eclectic base in your dining room.

Just keep swinging.

Give your greenery a boho makeover.

Don't be afraid to make a statement.

Who said kitchen island stools needed to be bland?


Adria Valdes Greenhauff is a writer and editor based in Miami, Fla. She’s covered food, travel and lifestyle for numerous online publications including The Quench, The List, Vivala, Foodable, Recommend magazine and Miami New Times. She's also the host of the Better Food Stories podcast.

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