Boho decor is having a renaissance. With Etsy, Shopify, and the internet in general, so many chic Boho shops are easier to work with than ever. Gone are the days when the local wall paper guy was they only place to go to find wall paper.
This article shows you some of our favorite Boho inspired wall papers, tells you about their story, and let’s you know how to get the look for your own space.
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Classic Motifs of Boho Wallpaper
Instead, 19th and early 20th-century bohemians would source their goods from less expensive markets. They’d employ refuse and secondhand materials to make their clothing, furniture, and other necessities. And, as creative folks, they had an eye for beautiful things. So just because they were poor didn’t mean that their homes looked dingy.
Over time, the boho aesthetic has had a large impact on design. It’s especially noticeable in wallpaper. Bohemians LOVE dense, complex patterns that feature flowers and other organic shapes. So, if you’re looking to decorate like a true bohemian, you’re definitely going to need some nice wallpaper.
Boho aesthetics range in style. After all, this design style was born from the amalgamation of a bunch of different looks. There is some Asian influence, a bit of mid-century modern, and a sprinkle of vintage/rustic styles, as well. Depending on who’s decorating, each of these elements is employed to various degrees.
When it comes to wallpaper, though, there are a few motifs that really scream “boho!”. Any of these styles will set the perfect stage for a bohemian dream home.
Where to Find Indie Boho Wallpaper
If you’re looking for Boho wallpaper thats off the mainstream retail path, here are some excellent indie retailers that you should check out.
A Brooklyn wallpaper studio where you can find abstract, artistic, and Boho designs.
They have an excellent pop art selection along with other very cool patterns and designs. Check out the inkling collection and prepare to have your mind blown.
If you don’t mind buying some mass-produced wallpaper, there are plenty of great retailers out there. west elm, for example, has a ton of great boho designs. They carry both permanent and removable designs, all at reasonable prices.
Anthropologie also has a wide selection of floral print and patterned wallpapers. This should come as no surprise, given the fact that Anthro is the go-to store for any and all boho revivalists. The biggest problem there, of course, is leaving with JUST a roll of wallpaper (and not six bags filled with other stuff, too).
Target actually has a nice selection of boho-inspired wallpaper designs, as well. If you’re trying to save some money on decorating, check there first. Obviously, you can’t beat Target’s prices.
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