If you're in the process of updating your living space, why not turn to boho style for some inspiration? Boho style living rooms are warm, colorful, and casual—a winning mix all around.
Common boho design features include rattan and wicker furniture, plants galore, and woven rugs. Some boho style rooms lean neutral, while others don't shy away from color. So whether you naturally gravitate toward black and white or prefer to decorate your home with warmer desert tones, the choice is yours.
For inspiration, check out these boho style living rooms that are welcoming and full of life.
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Add Natural Touches
No detail is overlooked in this boho style living room from @everyday_home, which is filled with fresh flowers, outdoor-themed coffee table books, and plenty of natural hues. Draping a throw blanket over the sofa keeps the well curated space looking nice and casual.Continue to 2 of 24 below.
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Add a Moroccan Rug
Moroccan rugs are a boho style classic. Often spotted in boho style living rooms like this one from Liz Caan & Co., these traditional Berber rugs still feel modern and won't be going out of style anytime soon. As a bonus, a black-and-white patterned rug looks lovely when paired with colorful fabrics.Continue to 4 of 24 below.
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Kim Armstrong Interior Design highlighted the exposed ceiling beams in this bright and airy living room by hanging a sparkly chandelier that complements the colorful throw pillows and patterned rug.Continue to 6 of 24 below.
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Think Pink (and Orange)
We see a lot of oranges and pinks in boho style living rooms like this one from Esperanza Lorena of The Urban Darling. Black and white accents pop against the brighter colors.Continue to 7 of 24 below.
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In boho style living rooms, pattern mixing is more than encouraged. Take a cue from this space from One Brick at a Time, which features a wide range of prints and colors that make it look cozy and welcoming.Continue to 9 of 24 below.
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Say goodbye to traditional potted planters and incorporate woven baskets into your space for a down-to-earth vibe like this boho style living room from Casa Watkins Living. Hanging textiles or baskets on the wall is also an excellent way to add boho design flair.Continue to 10 of 24 below.
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Add Vintage Pieces
We see a lot of modern boho style spaces with solely contemporary furnishings, but don't feel wary about introducing vintage or antique pieces, too. Blogger Erin Spain's vintage card catalog is an eye-catching piece that looks extra lovely styled with traditional boho design accents.Continue to 11 of 24 below.
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Blogger Leslie Davis of Deeply Southern Home installed a beautiful beaded chandelier in her boho style living room that doubles as a piece of art. Her intentional use of pink and green paired with black and white is an unexpected but stunning assortment of hues.Continue to 12 of 24 below.
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Two of a Kind
Firm poufs can serve as a boho style alternative to a traditional coffee table. Place two side by side as the Brooklyn Home Company did here, and you're good to go.Continue to 14 of 24 below.
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Add Wicker Accents
Wicker ottomans don't have to purely lean coastal; they're excellent choices for boho style spaces, too, like this living room from Liz Caan & Co.. Stash them away under an entryway console and then pull them out when it's time to entertain.Continue to 16 of 24 below.
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Blogger Julie Garel of Lavender Julep masterfully decorated her living room with boho design touches while making the most of storage possibilities. She hung open shelving, displayed a leaning blanket ladder, and styled a gorgeous sideboard all without veering from a boho style aesthetic.Continue to 17 of 24 below.
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Choose a Bold Rug
If you're hesitant to add a ton of color to your living space, start with a bold rug for major impact. A colorful patterned rug really pops in this boho style living room decorated with white and wood tones from blogger Krista Perez of Sugar Love Chic.Continue to 18 of 24 below.
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Hang Some Art
Love abstract art? Living With Lolo makes it work in this boho style living room by choosing muted tones on the rest of the decor to keep the casual look going strong.Continue to 19 of 24 below.
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Incorporate Desert Tones
Blogger Jennifer Douglas of Love Jen Marie turned to the desert for inspiration in this living room that mixes Southwestern and boho design. Cacti (whether present in artwork or flourishing in a pot) are a must.Continue to 20 of 24 below.
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This living space from The White Arrow mixes a number of styles—farmhouse, midcentury, and southwestern—to create an eclectic boho design living room with a minimalist, sophisticated feel.Continue to 21 of 24 below.
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In a boho style living room, have fun with lighting fixtures, like the oversized pair of paper lanterns in this space from The Brooklyn Home Company. Additionally, mudcloth prints like the ones used here are a great way to liven up a blank wall.Continue to 22 of 24 below.
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This living room from Erin Williamson Design mixes bold color accents on the walls and patterned rug with curvy snow-white seating and midcentury furniture, lighting, and wall art to create a vibrant mix with boho design flair.Continue to 23 of 24 below.
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In a boho style living room, poufs and ottomans can stand in for accent chairs, like this moody basement lounge space from Louis Duncan-He Designs. As a bonus, poufs are easy to move throughout the house as needed (and they also double as footrests).
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This casual and inviting boho style living room from Emily Henderson Design features a cozy warm cognac leather couch, moody dusky blue walls, vintage furniture, and layered textiles from the assortment of throw pillows to the vintage rug and patterned tapestry strung up on the wall.