If you, like many other people, are living inside cookie-cutter rooms with matchy-matchy furniture, it may be time to update your style. Today, any interior designer will tell you the best way to create an upper-end look is to mix styles, colors, patterns, and go ahead and break all the rules!
Industrial Bohemian style is a current trend with some serious staying power. To pull off this look, mix reclaimed wood and oxidized metal with funky patterns, fun color fabrics and lots of texture. You don't need to get an entire new living room set to get the look. Try mixing metal based cocktail tables and a nailhead studded sofa with a colorful hand woven rug and an eclectic mix of pillows for a quirky bohemian touch.
Get inspired with these examples of Industrial Bohemian interior design, and see our favorite tips for achieving this gorgeous design.
Look 1: Masculine & Feminine Style Elements
The feminine curve of this wing back, cozy couch contrasts with the industrial metal bookshelves and end tables for a perfect combination of feminine and masculine style elements. The bohemian rustic pottery and patchwork, neutral rug keep the style free-spirited and casual.
Look 2: Boho Woven Rug & Metal Bed Frame
This gorgeous bohemian rug and feminine upholstery is all it takes to completely transform this rustic industrial bedroom. With gorgeous pops of earthy colors and tribal patterns, this rug contrasts with the industrial metal frame of the bed and highlights the feminine, sophisticated upholstered headboard. This fusion of style is absolutely stunning.
Look 3: Pops of Boho Color Against Industrial Neutrals
This is my favorite look. The mix of fuchsia, blue and orange hues in this rug really make the small touches of color within this living room pop! I love how the blue walls of the dining room play off the rug and grey upholstered chairs in the living room as well. The worn leather chesterfield sofa has so much masculine charm, while the rug is playful, and the cocktail table adds a rustic chic touch with beautifully turned legs.
Check out our favorite Industrial Bohemian pieces and start creating a designer look of your own!
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