use all aspects of your room, not just the walls, to layer your look. Voiles draped at the windows or overhead and fairy lights strung from the ceiling will give the space a romantic feel. Comfy floor cushions will create the chilledout vibe you’re after. So whether you go for a beanbag, scatter cushion or cosy cube, spread them around your living space. Diamonds shadow pouffe, £120; cushion, £20, both John Lewis
Tie -dye is a great way To embrace boho style – why not do it yourself and dye duvet cover, curtains or Tea Towels
Design your own meditation area where you can unwind at the end of a long day. Pick a peaceful room and keep it Tv and clutter free. make sure you have a comfortable chair or floor mats, some scented candles and a place where you can play soothing music.
Stained glass windows are typical of the boho style, but if your home doesn’t feature any, try painting the glass. Or if you’re looking for something less permament, you could make a mobile to hang up next to it.
This scheme isn’t about using traditional furniture. create some makeshift storage by piling old vintage crates or boxes on top of one another and fill them with ornaments, books and other items of interest.
Symmetry is something that should be steered clear of when introducing a Bohemian vibe. Place rugs, accessories and furniture at interesting angles for a haphazard feel.