We’re sharing some of our favorite boho decor projects that you can use to liven up your space!
Oh how we love our boho decor!
Boho decor has come a long way from it’s hippy and gypsy style. It’s the perfect way of blending styles, colors and textures.
We would dare say that boho is more of a lifestyle than an actual decorating style. It’s using what you have and blending styles to create your very own. There are a range of items that would fit under the boho style and our favorite one is texture.
Texture is brought into the mix in the layers and surroundings including rugs, pillows, curtains and wall hangings. No one is every going to confuse boho with modern style!
Macrame is also a hallmark of the boho style. Using cording, yarn or string, you’ll find wall hangings, plant holders and dream catchers. You may also find that feathers and arrows appear in many of the designs that are considered boho.
We’ve got a great list of DIY boho projects to get you started on creating or finishing your own boho decor. Turn on that boho style and enjoy the comfort that it brings into your space.
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A boho tassel is the perfect accessory for just about anywhere. You can put it on a doorknob or tie back your curtains. You can even just use it as a decoration all by itsself because it's that pretty!
We don't want to spoil this one by telling you how easy it is but if we say it takes only 5 minutes to actually make it would that give it away? You'll have to check out the secret and then make one of your own!
We definitely love to add a little color in our boho decor and this easy project fits perfectly. You'll love this DIY that is quick and easy and doesn't require sewing. It will give you a fun table runner.
There's no real tutorial for this project - it's more of a supply list and some photo's but we think you'll be able to figure out how it came together. It may not be a beginner project just because of the lack of directions but it is a cute and easy DIY!
Savannah made a tutorial for this chair because she couldn't find one anywhere to follow. Thankfully she figured out all the hard spots for the rest of us and now she's sharing it with us. Definitely not a beginner project but I think we all need to make one just to be able to so "I did this"!
We actually started this project and never finished it and I bet it's around here somewhere! The most fun part of it was shopping for all the colors of t-shirts at thrift stores. Or maybe it was the weaving. It really was a fun project.