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Gypsy in Your Soul: 10 Steps to a Bohemian Bedroom
Defining “bohemian” (boho) as an interior style is really attempting to label something that can’t be labeled, so dependent is it on the individual. It has elements of Shabby Chic and eclecticism, mixed with an artistic and theatrical flamboyance that has nothing to do with trends. Boho is witty, whimsical and highly reflective of the mind and lifestyle of the person who embraces it. In its way it is an antistyle, but at its heart is a love of art, color, contrasts, creativity, travel, adventure, the past and, above all, freedom from convention.
The bedroom is our most personal space — it’s where we let our hair down and our imagination loose. So if the real bohemian you is just dying to flaunt itself, the bedroom is a great place to start.
5 famous bohemians I admire:
- Artist Frida Kahlo
- Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood
- Poet Leonard Cohen
- Dancer Isadora Duncan
- Artist Margaret Olley
Work with a professional artist to create one-of-a-kind artwork for your home
Bohemianism has always been associated with artists, musicians, writers and designers, and if you are reading this ideabook, you probably have artistic leanings. Why not start work on a bedroom mural or collage that tells the story of your life as it unfolds? This fabulous mural was created by Montreal artist Carlito Dalceggio.
Tip: Old dressmaker dummies make for a quirky way to display jewelry, scarves, hats and fabrics, and can be painted and decorated — by you — to make a unique bedroom sculpture.
In the same way that there will never be another you, one thing is for sure: You will never see another bedroom quite like yours.
Are you a bohemian at heart? Please show us your space!