The bohemian trend is one of the biggest current trends when it comes to decorating kids rooms. But how exactly do you apply this cheerful style to a children’s room?
With the bohemian style you can go two ways in terms of colours: colourful or neutral. The colourful boho variety features bright colours like green, yellow, fuchsia pink and blue. The neutral style uses earth tones like brown, ochre, taupe and burnt orange. At the moment we mostly see the neutral version for children’s rooms.
Go second hand
The great thing about a boho vintage kids room is that you really don’t have to spend a lot of money to get a stylish room. A boho kids room really invites you to play around and add pieces to a room that really speak to you! It’s up to you if you want to buy everything second-hand or go for a combination of new and second-hand.
If you want to get really creative, you could also consider upcycling second hand furniture. You can easily turn a basic cabinet into a trendy commode with nothing more than a lick of paint and some new knobs or handles.
Mix & match
Just like with a regular boho interior, mixing and matching is a big part of decorating a bohemian kids bedroom. You can try mixing different colours or a variety of prints. To keep things balanced you could try mixing different prints in the same colour. When it comes to fabrics and materials, it’s also about mixing and matching. Materials and fabrics that suit a boho kids room are wood, wool, rattan and linen.
Out of the box
Try to think out of the box! For example: layer two different rugs or put a large pile of cushions and a leather pouffe in a corner for a cosy reading corner.
A boho vintage room is anything but minimalist. You can add the finishing touches with natural accessories like some (hanging) plants, a macramé wall hanger or some fun rattan wall decorations!