Enjoy the sunlight without leaving the house? At first sight it seems crazy, but it is absolutely possible. The proposal is exciting and risky: boho deco chic. It is an ideal style to give life to our bedrooms , With large glass windows where we can sunbathe.
For a terrace surrounded by glass, there is nothing more relaxing than the boho style. Most important is the abundance of light and specifically sunlight, so the large windows as we said above are mandatory, even the roof may be transparent or panoramic walls.
Boho chic deco and large windows
What we have is to let ourselves be carried away by the magic of boho deco chic and transform our space into something unique. What is boho deco chic without textiles? The textiles we add must always be very striking colors, as is characteristic of this style. One detail to be taken into account would be the prints, mainly representative of other cultures Such as Arabic. The effect we seek in our case is to achieve or keep solar lighting to the maximum.
Boho chic deco in living room with abundant light
So we must try to locate the curtains, in case we use them, in a way that does not block the entrance of light. If in addition to rest we seek to give more dynamism to our space, the use of color in boho deco chic, also has the answer. We can create an environment full of color from red and orange in their different shades or more discreet with blue or brown or other muted tones.
Boho chic deco with mix of plants and wood
Having good lighting would also be ideal to add plants, we can put them in pots hanging from the ceiling or containers on furniture. The idea is to create comfort, so the furniture has to be comfortable, we can do a mixture of several types and Styles , Preferably old ones, even large cushions on the floor to lie on. Sun, relaxation and vibrant colors in an environment full of emotions, the invitation is already made. You dare?
Abundant use of plants and sunlight
Cushions with light tones contrasting with plants
Boho chic deco in room with ample lighting
Textiles in vivid colors combined with wood
Saturation of green tones contrasting with garden background
Large windows and furniture of different styles
Use of eye-catching colors in textiles and cushions
Wide light input in contrast to white