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Inside A Bohemian Scandinavian Home

When you are both, a boho freak and a devoted Scandinavian, ‘BOHO-Scandi’ is the style you need!

The Scandinavian-bohemian combination is the fusion of both interior styles. This insanely stylish and chic version of the cool, free-spirited aesthetic creates a pleasant, clutter-free zone within your space.

Today, people love the idea of simple and modern living because it seems serene. But to maintain a little tricker, mixing Scandinavian with bohemian warms it up and makes your home feel attainable.

If you are looking for some inspiration, let’s take a tour to this lovely home curated with boho-Scandi formula.

 

1. A Boho-Scandi Living Room

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Do you want an eclectic but uncluttered look? Well, make sure your room maintains a minimal and well-organized appearance and keep the walls clear.

How? Keep the ceiling and walls of the room maximum white and bright. Such walls will pleasantly reign in the boho accessories you place inside the room and above the walls.

Plus, it prevents your home interior from creating a chaotic territory. Ideally, lean your artwork against the wall also.

 

2. Throw In Odd

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If you really want the Scandinavian style to spruce up to the level of Bohemian touch, get odd collectibles and unfinished furniture for corners.

Look at the image above! The storage cabinet is unfinished and raw, adding a country-style charm to the room. On the top is a worldly mashup of collection of odd and unique collectibles, piled together randomly.

Did you notice the carefully considered and finely tuned placement of the cabinet that is color-coordinated? The overall colour of the room and the thoughtful placement of collectibles in the same tonal family allows you to play with ease.

 

3. Bring In Botanicals

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You loved that brightly lit quote “Together is a beautiful place to be,” right?

But did you notice so many indoor plants? Well, plants are at the core of the Scandinavian interior style. It brings in natural settings and makes your space appear fresh.

And, hanging plants make an excellent bohemian addition to any boho-Scandi space. It is a great way to add depth and interest to your home.

Get creative with planters and choose those with great design in mind. From a simple hanging basket to something and sculptural, there is a huge variety of planters available to match the Scandinavian-bohemian style home.

 

4. The Bright & Lightened-Up Kitchen

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A Scandinavian bohemian home is incomplete without lovely pendant lights hanging overhead. This signature luminescence lights up any space, even if it’s about your kitchen.

In the kitchen interior shown above,  contemporary pendant lights lit up the entire cooking area with a subtle, moody glow, while its unique design evokes the opulence.

For other rooms, choose fabric pendant lights for the perfect feminine, bohemian touch. Add a rustic element with raw timber furniture and mismatched chairs.

Add a pop of colour with bright-coloured electronic appliances. As you see in this style, the orange-shaded fridge creates the focal point and make the kitchen appear lively.\

 

5. Add Texture With Sheepskin and Fabric

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Twist up your boho-Scandi interior style by throwing in fabric decor and sheepskin.

Drape your throw pillows on the sofa of your bed or the entryway bench with sheepskin to take the Scandinavian look to a perfect bohemian level.

Not only does it appear stylish, but it also adds texture and warmth to your space.

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Lastly, layer patterns for the easiest and cost-effective way to master bohemian-Scandi style while adding decadent notes to the area. From contrasting cushions and throws to rugs, tiles, and wallpapers, the pattern is the key here.

 

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