Boho chic is a fashion that integrates hippie and bohemian influences. It’s big in clothing and it’s big in décor. It’s also a popular Christmas look for the coming season.
Christmas and boho chic can easily go hand in hand. With an emphasis on rustic looks and mixing colors, it’s not hard to achieve a seasonal style that has the vintage wow you’re looking for. Seeking inspiration? Here are some ideas.
Rustic is all about bringing in natural materials like hemp, wood and rattan. You can easily include these elements by adding fresh boughs from the outdoors, wreaths and wooden baskets that can be filled with pinecones, berries and dried flowers. Metal and woven décor items complement these perfectly making for a soft, warm seasonal look.
Mix Muted Colors
Experienced decorators know that Christmas doesn’t have to be about red and green. If you’re going for a bohemian look, muted jewel tones like golds and soft oranges will work well. And you don’t want to limit yourself to one color scheme; rather you will want to mix and match all over the home.
Think of bringing in a boho chic hues when decorating your tree. Consider hanging patchwork stockings from the mantle. Place banners around the home to promote a festive air that isn’t necessarily tied to Christmas.
The boho look is all about throwback. Therefore, you will want to incorporate vintage as much as possible. If you have vintage decorations, this will be ideal, but there are plenty of ways to add a vintage feel without breaking the bank, or getting an inheritance.
There are plenty of décor shops that sell vintage inspired items at an affordable price. You can find things like old fashioned Santas, Victorian style lanterns, ornamental Christmas balls and more.
Overdo Your Hangings
Soft lights are a must when it comes to holiday boho chic. Make these even more fun by hanging banners of different patterns along with the lighting. Strew ornaments from the banners so they hang down to add to the atmosphere. This look is terrific for entryways and mantles or you can hang them directly over your dining room table.
Vintage looks are all about embracing culture. Everything from tribal patterns to bold Orient-inspired geometrics will do the trick. Consider bringing these into your table settings and your tree decorations. Incorporate vintage flags, international symbols and other cultural elements to set your design scheme apart.
The boho chic look is coming back big time. The tips in this article will help you integrate this vintage look into your holiday design to create a design scheme that’s sure to impress. How will you be achieving this trendy décor look?