The mix of these two trends: ethnic bohemian and Scandinavian some call: scandi boho or nordic boho, although I haven't seen this very often. However how could I describe cellection of a gypsy mess controlled by the neutral color palette, tones of white with dark patterns on the clear background dictated by the Scandinavian simplicity.
Such an interior is decorated by the furs and warm rugs which remind the nordic charm. On the other side you can see elements from Bali, Africa or India.
Rugs or fabrics have beautiful patterns, eg. with the Indian mandala, but they are often only in tones of brown or grey. Poufs, so popular in Berber tents, have calm colors. On the wooden side tables you can find tropical shell decorative pieces normally seen around the seas of Asia. African juju-hats are made from neutral color feathers. What I like is quite a lot of dark colors: black, graphite, not only in furniture or decor, but also painted on walls. In addition the sculls with horns attract attention.
The interiors despite a minimalist color palette are very cosy due to extensive use of textiles, patterns, textures and natural materials. You can find great inspirations on Instagram: Kirsten Skovbon or Emilie Skovbon. Here I would like to show the home of Christina from CG Home Interiors. In my opinion she incorporated this mix elegantly into her classic home.
Below I selected a few items which may halp to include some boho without redecorating the whole home. You can use some of the products currently on sale at ZARA Home. In addition there are products in Westwing campaigns. I have also found some decorations at Kokon Home and Casa Bianca.
|ZARA Home / Westwing|
|Casa Bianca / KokonHome|
I'm attracted by the style in the winter time. I guess I will search for more inspo soon.