Scandinavian and Bohemian is a combination of concepts that you can use this year to design your living room. This design combines arguably contrasting styles and has enough contrast. Because it combines elements of minimalism with maximum.
If Scandinavia is all about neutrals, earthy colors, and clean lines. So on the other hand Bohemian is about bright colors, life patterns. But because of both, we can create a charming eclectic decoration trend. Well, in this article we will talk about how to combine these two design styles and apply them to the decor for the living room.
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From the video above, it is clear that the living room implements a mix of Scandinavian minimalist concepts and Bohemian splendor.
First, you can see it from the colors used. Where some neutral and earthy colors like white or ivory are used for walls, sofas, and some furniture. This color is used extensively due to its minimal nature. Meanwhile, add warm tones or earthy colors to the decor by using lots of natural materials.
You can also add hanging swings, poufs, and floor seating to create a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. The aim is to create the perfect balance between the two design styles or between smooth and hard. Plus, it can create an inviting and comfortable space with a simple, functional area.
Natural materials such as wood, hemp, rattan, or wickerwork are combined to add a natural boho vibe while maintaining a neutral and earthy tone. Using natural materials such as wood will even out the loud noise of the accessories we use and harmonize the entire decor structure. Rattan is also one material that is an essential element of the boho vibe. You can put a wicker basket to put a blanket on.
On the other hand, special furniture in the form of lots of throw cushions, chair cushions, feathers, blankets, frills, rugs, or rugs filled with unique patterns and motifs and colors that make it accentuate the bustling Boho chic impression. You can try the trick by placing a more neutral burlap rug stacked under another rug full of hues and colors.
The lively decorations are combined with some wall art or create gallery walls with simple pictures or wallpapers or paintings in neutral colors to add a Scandinavian style. Add unique items to the floating shelf so that the walls don’t look too boring.