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Modern Bohemian Bedroom Inspiration
I’ve been dreaming about a bedroom makeover for some time now. A beautiful modern bohemian bedroom makeover. I’ve been trying to define my ideal design style for sometime now, which is SO incredibly hard because I love so many different things about so many different styles! (Does anybody else have that problem??) However after deep thought and intense Pinterest browsing research missions, I think I’ve decided that I love the modern bohemian look the best. Little pops of color, fun prints and textures, but an overall clean and neutral aesthetic. Whatta combo!
So yeah, you can say I’ve been bedroom dreaming. Statistically, bedrooms are the last space in a house to get any sort of love, mostly because they aren’t seen as much by guests. But it doesn’t have to be that way! If you love the modern bohemian bedroom look but don’t know where to start, check out my inspiration and tips below to get this gorgeous design style in your space STAT.
When it comes to modern bohemian duvet covers and comforters, you can go one of 2 ways. One option is to just go with a clean and classic white. You can’t go wrong with a fresh white duvet and it will help a smaller bedroom seem more open and airy. You can then add color and texture with throw blankets and pillows. However, if white isn’t your gig, you can always go for a patterned duvet. To get the bohemian look, search for tribal, aztec, mandala, or wood block patterns in colors like gray, black, indigo, or light peach.