Boho decor, which is short for bohemian decor, is all about expressing yourself through your space. Boho style covers everything from eclectic interiors filled with bright colors and wild textures to more natural, laid-back and vintage-inspired spaces that exude a sense of tranquility. Either way, this look is all about being carefree with your design and worrying less about perfection and more about creativity.
If you can't get enough of the boho-chic trend, these Instagrammers are the perfect must-follow to help inspire your next project.
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While boho style is strong enough to stand on its own, it's often paired with other design styles, such as mid-century modern. Instagrammer houseof.lais's home is the perfect example of a boho-themed mid-century aesthetic. Much of her home features cool, deep hues paired with neutrals to give it a vintage vibe and accessories that feel purposeful but approachable.
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Jessica Brigham's home is the epitome of free-spirited and eclectic, with every inch bursting with personality and creativity. Between the bold, neon hues in her living room to her funky green kitchen, we can't get enough of this happy, mood-lifting home. This page is a great follow for anyone who loves artsy decor that's mismatched in the best way.
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If you're trying to introduce boho style into your home with only a few new pieces, wicker is the quintessential boho material. This space from @bycolossus is just one of the many reasons we think this account is a great follow for any boho lover. Both an interior design firm and a branding agency, their page is full of thoughtful spaces with an artsy flair perfect for any boho fan.
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We can't get enough of Elena's bright, plant-filled Toronto home. Her style leans neutral and minimalist with wonderful wicker pieces and blending textures to give her space a super homey and welcoming feel. Every space in her home feels purposely decorated but still approachable for any home interior enthusiast. Whether you love neutral boho spaces or decorating with greenery is your thing, this is a great follow.Continue to 5 of 11 below.
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Megan Martinez's Santa Monica home is delightfully cozy, filled with vintage touches and subtle touches to give it a sweet, welcoming feel. She decorates with mostly neutral hues, though some of her spaces, like this kitchen, feature pops of muted color.
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Patricia Garcia's boho, thrifted home is the perfect page for anyone who can't get enough of the laidback bohemian vibe. Her spaces are colorful and often feature mixed patterns and textures, so each one is full of visual interest. This page is a great follow for those interior decorators who want to decorate in a way that highlights their creativity.
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We can't decide what we love more: the beautiful pampas grass plumes in this space, or the retro wicker shelf. Either way, Rachel's home is perfect for anyone who loves neutral boho decor. Each room in her house is cozy and calming, and many of her decor choices are easy DIYs you can use in your own home.Continue to 9 of 11 below.
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The best thing about boho decor style is there are no hard-and-fast rules. While some designers embrace this look and feel through neutrals, Lisa Piddington expresses herself through the bold colors and vintage pieces throughout her home. Between this wonderfully vintage kitchen and her use of plants throughout her space, her page screams personality and creativity.
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If you're sensing a theme, it's clear that boho designers love to decorate with plants. There's just something so casual and free-spirited about a home filled with plants and @leafandlolo's wonderful house is the perfect example. Whether you have a green thumb you just dream of filling your boho home with plants, this page is the perfect inspiration.
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Bijour McDonald's home is the perfect blend of beachy, coastal design and boho flair. Her home is wonderfully neutral and pared down in a way that's warm and inviting rather than stark. Her use of cane furniture and dried plumes throughout give it an island feel with a minimalist vibe.