Bohemian style, in terms of interiors, is bright, patterned and full of visual interest. The style is laid back, with elements from different cultural backgrounds – think Indian, African and Egyptian, all blended together.
The styling of an interior is often bright and richly coloured with decorations of wood, brass, silver and gold.
Furnishings are often decorated with throws that are patchwork, crotched, embroidered and in jewel tones.
Mirrors are used, not just as the typical place to check yourself out, but to bounce light around and to add interest to areas.
Contrasting textures are used, suede mixed with velvet and leather, faux fur and satin elements, all added to play with the senses.
Furniture tends to be ornate, low, carved coffee tables, sofas with intricate designs up the legs, beds with fabric swathed across four-poster struts.
The bohemian style lends itself nicely to artists and creative types who want to surround themselves with items that inspire.
I think I could fall into the Bohemian style, that and being a Maximalist!