Beautiful Bohemian Style Apartments in NYC

New York City is known for its Bohemian, relaxed atmosphere and this also translates to how some of its apartments look. Bohemian interior decorating uses many eclectic pieces and funky decorations.

There all kinds of ways to make an apartment look Bohemian. Here are a few ideas to get you started:

Bohemian Apartments

This beautiful living room has a rustic vibe but has a funky carpet included with bright colors and some modern-style furniture. Bohemian interior decorating is all about mixing things up!

Bohemian Apartments

This bedroom has very relaxed colors with the green and yellow decoration. It also looks very light and airy with its large windows.

Bohemian Apartments

Dark shelves always look great in any room. Put unique decorations from your travels on the shelves.

Tips to Keep in Mind:

  1. Bohemian interior decorating has influences from all over the world. If you have a room that looks like it would belong in an American farmhouse, make it Bohemian but including a cotton Egyptian rug.
  2. Bright colors and patterns are essential to a Bohemian look. This kind of decorating uses many different kinds of colors and patterns. A great example of this would be mixing cool, serene colors with dramatic, bright reds and oranges. Adding exotic, accent pieces, like saris, also can add a subtle but Bohemian pop to a room.
  3. Don’t forget vintage pieces! Try to visit thrift stores, or other places where you can used items, and purchase furniture that looks a bit worn.
  4. Simple, cloth curtains are essential to a Bohemian-style living space. They don’t overwhelm your eclectic décor and add a touch of simplicity. For these simple curtains, you can use tablecloths and even bed sheets.

 

About Author

Julie Parker was born in March 19, 1983, in Lancaster – Los Angeles County, California. Her father is an experienced economist and businessman, who motivate her taste for the real estate market. Recently, graduated in Economics and now focus her studies in a PhD. Now she’s a consultant and web writer of ForeclosureListings.com

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