A warm-tinted wall paint combined with organic materials is a necessary décor detail that will enliven the beige colour scheme. Rattan elements, ceramic tableware, and pampas grass displays help bring the outdoors inside, while tactile knitted blankets and an open-closet storage system to display your most prized treasures will help soften the overall design. Lighting should not be overlooked when decorating. Soft shades, indirect lighting and organic materials like rice paper lights are an effective way to create a bohemian atmosphere to your home décor. Carefully curating these more minor details are an essential part of styling and will achieve a distinctive look filled with personality.
Warming earth tone colours can make an ideal choice for the home. Think baseline brown undertones, taupe and warm beige with hints of spicy mustard and flashes of deep red and tan accents running through. These colours draw inspiration from natural environments, creating an interior that leaves a homely impression. Incorporating these contemporary hues can refresh any interior, creating a timeless yet inviting, nest-like atmosphere.
Whether or not you are working with a space on the smaller side, neutral paint colours will give the illusion of an open and airy room. Warm tones of creamy beige are picked up in the X459 Dream shade from Feel the Colour collection, while the off-white Y456 Coconut enriches the home with floods of light, creating a soft and harmonious feel throughout. Balancing natural tints with a saturated palette of deeper base colours will help enhance the bohemian atmosphere in your home. Look to layer warm, earthy tones from M495 Arctic Willow or N378 Ficus to add depth and character, while H320 Magnolia, N338 Wild Rose and X501 Aubergine, when paired with natural textures, are reminiscent of exotic spices and unique treasures found along the way. It’s just as easy to put your own spin on this rich colour palette by incorporating any of your favourite shades – our advice is to stay away from a monochrome palette and include a minimum of three different colours and shades to reflect the bohemian mood. The enduring appeal of this interior décor style blurs the lines of what bohemian is and isn’t, so colouring outside the lines is happily encouraged.