There’s currently a big revival of 1970’s Bohemia. In both fashion and interiors, we are being inspired by laid-back bohemian style but with a modern twist. Mixing materials, adding texture and injecting life with houseplants are just some ways to introduce this trend into your interior >
1 > Woven Wicker Furniture
Warm wood, like rattan and wicker, in woven textures are integral to this style. A change from the light woods which have been central to Scandinavian style, these natural materials add warmth to your interior and can be introduced through rattan cone chairs, teak-leg tables and bamboo lightshades.
2 > Add Texture
From sumptuous sheepskins to textured woven rugs and chunky knit accessories – touchable textiles are central to this nostalgic 1970’s look. Add a crochet rug to your living space to introduce texture, or finish the look with a shaggy sheepskin throw and chunky knitted pouf.
3 > Botanicals
Botanicals are the perfect finishing touch to the Bohemian revival. Inject life into your interiors with terrariums filled with succulents and add colour with climbing house plants and hanging plant pots. For those of us looking for a low-maintenance look, our faux potted plants will last all year round, and don’t need a drop of water!
4 > Mixed Materials
Add a modern twist to this 1970’s look by mixing materials and adding metallic colour. Contrast natural textures such as wood and sheepskin with geometric glass terrariums, metallic macramé planters and cool concrete to update the look and tie it in with your existing interior style.