Sometimes adding color and patterns to a neutral home can be intimidating. What if bright colors clash with your existing interiors or the mishmash of patterns don't work together? The best way to learn is through experimentation. Try different things and if you love it, then it works. Simple as that! But if you need a little bit more guidance for adding a touch of boho to your otherwise neutral home, here are some tips that might be helpful.
Layer vibrant colors with a more neutral color, but play around with patterns.
In the image above, we've completely changed the look of this couch by covering it with a hot pink Moroccan pom pom blanket
. Then we softened and cozied up the space with a bunch of pillows
in varying shades of blue. The patterns are all different, but the blue holds it all together.
Colorful throws make a sitting area seem more inviting while adding life to your space.
We took one of our zinc baskets
and flipped it upside down for a makeshift table to hold the Yoruba Ceremonial Crown
. Mixing finishes and adding detailed, tactile pieces like the beaded crown adds subtle interest while the blue indigo throw
draws your eye in and adds a nice pop of color to an otherwise neutral space.
Start small and work in objects that are neutral but interesting.
This architectural stone
from India is a perfect accent for a stack of books. Against a soft gray wall, the altar adds warmth and dimension to a flat space.
Don't be afraid of mixing finishes and different textures.
These traditional off-white arm chairs make a perfect backdrop for any pillow. To stay with a more traditional look, we chose a pair of our velvety ikat pillows
from Uzbekistan. A sheepskin rug
will keep your toes warm and we echoed the brown from the rug with a similar-colored throw.
Be adventurous in your decorating and keep trying new things. Share your style with us on Facebook or leave a comment and link to your blog to show us what you've done!
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