The bohemian inspired, minimalist interior style draws the clean lines of Scandinavian minimalism and mid-century modern aesthetics and combines them with eclectic bohemian flair. We found the above image on Pinterest
White walls are the way to start; Alabaster by Resene provides a crisp white finish that is easily softened.
Wooden floors are ideal for balancing the white with soft warmth and introducing the natural aesthetic that timber provides. We found this space on Pinterest.
A Persian rug in the centre of your living space maintains the cosy aspect, while adding your first touch of boho style, with warm reds, natural tones and a break from the clean white lines with interjecting patterns. A hide rug is also a beautiful addition, and provides warm spaces throughout the room, throw it on over an armchair for a versatile use, like this one seen on Pinterest.
The clean lines and soft natural textures of Scandinavian inspired, mid-century furnishings are beautiful additions, which inject timeless pieces of design into the mix, and continue the minimalist look. Get the Citta Fable Oak Armchair and complete the look.
An emphasis on natural textures and furnishings further enhances the feel of the room, with steel, brick or concrete, woven baskets and wood key elements in accentuating the minimalist style.
Indoor plants are key in developing the bohemian influence. A few well-positioned plants will bring your room to life; the fresh green lifts the room and breaks the wood and white, as well as adding varying levels of height, key in balancing a room.
Hanging plants, such as the String of Pearls succulent, can reinvigorate a boring corner, and provide balance in rooms like the kitchen and bathroom. A Rubber Tree (Ficus Elastica) or Fiddle Leaf Fig (Ficus Lyrata) are ideal for introducing height, while the Monstera Deliciosa will bring a touch of boho to a mid-century sideboard or open shelving. The beautiful Blackbird has a helpful indoor plant guide to help keep your little friends alive. Check it out here.
Curtains will add an element of softness to the room, white or natural coloured sheers made from a natural fabric, such as cotton or linen will break the clean lines of the walls, adding a floaty, bohemian feel, as well as producing beautiful lighting when drawn in the midst of the harsh sunlight hours. We love this look found on Pinterest. Russells can help you recreate these dreamy soft curtains.