36 Popular Modern Boho Living Room Design Ideas for Your Next Creative Project
Boho-style décor is casual and relaxed with a variety of colors, textures, and patterns. Layering is another feature of Boho décor. The items used for decorating usually have some personal meaning. Boho living rooms invite you to relax, explore, and stay awhile. Below are some of the most popular designs currently circulating the web to inspire your nest boho project.
Playing with Unique Accessories and Textures
This living room features a unique, conversation-starting, molded shelf with a space for a picture and a collection of Tiki-style figurines. Texture is added with the hanging hat, the plants, the pillows, the throw, and the rug. The pillows and the throw add layers to the sofa. This living room provides ideas for small additions to create your own Boho décor.
Modern Boho Living Room That is a Feast for the Eyes
This coordinated living room contains a variety of furniture with interesting shapes and surfaces that make the room visually appealing. The accessories also add to the visual variety. The mantel décor provides layering as well as the pillows and throws. The coordinated variety in this living room adds to the Boho feel.
A Cozy Boho Living Room
The furnishings in this living room provide a cozy feeling. The placing of sofas and chairs creates an intimate grouping. The Oriental rug also enhances the grouping. The framed mirror provides a background focal point for the grouping. The accessories on both sides of the framed mirror and the items on the coffee support the intimate Boho décor.
A Neutral Classic Boho Living Room
This living room features assortments of plants, pillows, and wicker creating a calming space. With the plants, pillows, shag rug, and wicker, there is a variety of textures that provide visual impact. The differing elements are carefully placed around the room to present a cohesive look.
A Space for Conversation and Reading
This living room uses plants for a calming effect and uses the bookcase as a focal point. It creates a feeling of a space to sit down and have a quiet conversation with friends or to stretch out and read a book. There are even two small chairs at the coffee table to provide a place for children to sit and read or play.
A Boho Living Room With a View Inside and Outside
This living room is decorated so that the large glass window and door area becomes a focal point. Inside, the contrast between the large, heavy, Mediterranean coffee table with the curved legs and the light, sleek modern, side table with the black metal frame legs creates an interesting focal point with the differing surfaces and styles. The items on the shelf, the plants, and the throw pillows add layers. The area rug provides texture.
A Personalized Boho Living Room
The four enlarged family photos over the sofa provide the focal point for the room. It isn’t hard to picture the family in the photos sitting on the inviting couch layered with colorful pillows and a throw. The plants, hassock, and rug add interest to the room.
A Cozy Corner Space
This sofa and hassock placed in the corner is the basis for a space that makes you want to stretch out and relax. The sofa is layered with pillows and a throw. The items on the shelf and coffee table, the items on the wall, the plants, and the rug provide an interesting collection of textures and layering.
Boho Décor in a Small Space
This living room proves that Boho décor can adapt to a small living room. The large sofa with the ottoman and the chair provide ample seating space. The sofa, chair, and ottoman are layered with pillows and throws. The modern art drawings above the sofa are a focal point that balances the Oriental rug. The wicker coffee table, the plants, and the rug add interest and texture.
A Boho Living Room Emphasizing Repetitive Shapes
This living room creates unity by repeating shapes. The leaves in the prints above the sofa are also seen in the plant on the three-legged side table. The shape of the side table is repeated in the tripod base of the floor lamp. The circular shape of the coffee table is echoed by the hassock beside it. The patterned rug pulls the space together.
Everywhere You Look
This living room has interesting items everywhere you look, but the items don’t compete for attention. They just cause the eye to travel. First, your eye is drawn to the large wood block coffee table on the plush rug with the stool and the wreath next to it. Then, your eyes are pulled to the layers of textured pillows on the sofa. Finally, you see the pictures above the sofa that go around the corner. The plants scattered around the room pull the room together. The hanging wicker lamps add more texture.
Room With a View
The focal point of this living room is the view from the window behind the gray sofa. In the living room itself, your eye is drawn to the butcher block coffee table with the black frame metal legs on the Oriental rug and the matching butcher block side table. The sofa is layered with pillows and a throw. The plants and the decorative accessories on the tables complete the look.