The bohemian decor style is gradually becoming a popular alternative to modern contemporary design style. The bohemian or boho-chic style takes a more relaxed, carefree and colorful focus on design. It reflects the messy, lively and unpredictable nature of life. Bohemian-style decor and design relies heavily on the use of warm colors and unusual décor in the room to give a look of carefree enjoyment. People who tend to live an unconventional life as artists, writers and actors inspire the Boho style. It integrates these ideals by combining objects, colors and designs from many continents. Although bohemian-style decor and design tend to have some similarities, no two rooms are exactly the same. This unique is also its most remarkable feature. Warm earthy colors layered with metallic and jewel tones are another feature of this style.
Boho also embraces a "more is more" philosophy as opposed to the modern and minimal method. Therefore, colorful displays and antique decorations are the most popular in this look. Environmental lighting also emphasizes the unusual decoration of the room. Embrace nature is central to this style. Therefore, it is believed that the use of hanging plants and decorative ferns gives life in the room and improves air quality. This style tends to be eclectic but it can still be chic and glamorous. The post shown here is about redesign of fashion designer Michala WiesneckHome in Frederiksberg, Copenhagen. Photography is off Kristian Septimius Krogh. She has decorated it herself in a soft bohemian style with white, warm brown and black shades.
Ethnic entrance hall
The entrance room is decorated with an inspiring ethnicity. The darker colors of furniture contrast boldly with the simple white tones on the walls. A batsman's chair located near the window invites a person to relax. The black low table by the window and the black hunting chairs opposite the white sofa are from Day Home. The table lamp is off Bestlite. Designs and photo books that cover the coffee table are sources of inspiration. The large painting over the sofa is an ancient Chinese portrait of a mandarin and his family purchased from Oliver Antik.
Brightly lit dining room
The dining room is spacious and full of light. The constant sunshine on the floors keeps the room warm and bathed in natural light. A large photograph from the designer's latest collection is on the floor. The custom made antique dining table with its simple style and wood finish really gives a certain character to the room. Also Italian designer Lievore Altherr Molina's Arper Catifa 46 chairs add a modern element to the archaic environment. The fantastic custom-made lamp above the dining table also gives the simple decor wealth.
The designer also has a fine collection of paintings by unknown artists bought on Clignancourt flea market in Paris. The walls of the dining room lovingly display these paintings.
Decorative ceramic art on the office desk
One of the apartments with high ceilings living room also serves as the designer's office. The most prominent feature is the black bookshelf which displays a myriad collection of ornaments and antiques from French flea markets or from other trips.
A beautiful tea set on an antique wooden tray is one such example. Hans J. Wegner designed the unique desk located in a container at the Copenhagen School of Architecture in the early 1980s.
The two sculptural vases in a delicate pistachio display are purchased from a porcelain ceramist in the French part of Shanghai.
The black painting site is a recent addition to show the designer's varied collection. The shelf is off Family doctor, while the white and black edge light is off Bye him. All the different items on the screen add a splash of black and white furniture.
Kitchen with Syver dining chair
The kitchen remains in the same design as its original tiles from 1915. This gives a warm and inviting feel to the place. White Arne Jacobsen's Syver chair complements the small wooden table and the white interior. A silver hanging lamp above the dining table gives the place a modern touch.
Soft bohemian bedroom
A large antique mahogany mirror is definitely the main attraction of the room. The bed is covered in ethnic bedspread while the pillows come from the bazaars of Marrakech and Istanbul. It also sports beautiful Liberty pillows from Carmen & Fantasio. The white and mahogany furniture accentuate the colorful bedding. Similarly, the paintings on the walls give the room an artistic look. In addition, the reading lamp placed behind the bed is ideal for a comfortable night reading. The beautiful Moroccan hand embroidered clothes hanging on the door are a reminder of past trips.