The hanging lamps and bohemian lights to own at home
With origins in both Art Nouveau and Wabi-Sabi, Bohemian design celebrates raw, organic materials and handmade forms. Woven wicker, hammered metal, ikat prints, Boho style is all about the human beings...Celebrating raw and organic materials, globally inspired patterns and prints, and imperfect handmade objects, Bohemian style is steeped in the spirit of craftsmanship...
Boho chandeliers and pendants made of woven rattan, bamboo and wicker in the shape of a basket. Handmade clay and stone table lamps covered in ikat patterns look like beautiful finds from flea markets around the world. Hammered and drilled metal hangers create intricate patterns inspired by North African motifs.
Bohemian style has come to represent the unconventional, the artistic, the traveler and the creative. It is a celebration of craftsmanship from around the world.
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THE STYLE OF THE MOMENT: BOHEMIAN, FROM DECORATION TO LIGHTING
The bohemian aesthetic has influenced home décor and design in recent years, and it's not going away anytime soon. Inspired by the avant-garde decorating of the 1970s, this style is characterized by bold or colorful patterns, woven materials and kilim rugs and cushions. And also plants...lots of plants. But above all, a selection of bohemian lighting fixtures that reinforce this very special world.
This carefree and cool look is perfect if you want to showcase your creative personality and create a comfortable and relaxed space with warm colors and natural fibers (bamboo, rattan), not to mention all the possible material combinations.
Do you travel often?
Collect your treasures from those foreign trips and showcase them to add your personal touch to this rich decorating trend.
Not ready to go bohemian yet?
At Delisse, we've noticed a blend of two styles that we love: a marriage between bohemian and Scandinavian. A modernized version of the classic bohemian trend, modern bohemian combines the neutral and minimal qualities of Scandinavian décor with the bright colors of the bohemian style. It is a beautiful balance that you will enjoy finding to embellish your interior where each object logically finds its right place.
Are you already working with a neutral palette?
The good news is that you're already well on your way to modern bohemian style. Simply add bright tassel cushions or incorporate textured elements, such as a fabric wall hanging or a soft Moroccan rug. Combine this with a bamboo or wooden pendant and a rattan shade and you're sure to be a hit.
One of the characteristics of bohemian interiors is a maximalist approach. In turn, you can achieve a modern bohemian look by simply being strategic with your decor. By minimizing wall art and spacing out furniture, the room is maximalist AND minimalist in style (Yes, it can be.)
Mix different types of patterns and natural fibers
Layering various patterns is one of the easiest and most effective ways to master the bohemian style while adding a decadent touch to any room. From contrasting patterned rugs to colorful cushions and throws, injecting a variety of patterns is the key.
Have fun mixing and contrasting different patterns, shapes, scales and styles to easily create a lush bohemian vibe in your living room. That said, keep a consistent color theme throughout your room to avoid a cluttered feel. The key to bohemian style is to create an organized mess.
Choose a selection of shades that you will return to time and time again and that you can keep present in all your décor - dare to go for darker, more elegant colors such as burgundy, emerald green or a deep purple.
Whether you prefer the traditional bohemian style or this new modern bohemian hybrid, the right lighting is key to pulling off this look.
Play with combinations of bamboo fiber suspensions such as the Komodo model or the Zanco wicker lamp to amplify your bohemian universe of natural fibers, which are always very popular.
Choose low furniture with floor lamps
It may sound strange, but the closer you are to the ground, the closer you are to creating an authentic bohemian home. Think low-backed sofas with lots of cushions in comfortable materials, especially velvet, with footstools that act as low seats for your evening drinks with friends.
And if you plan to sit on the floor, make sure you have a comfortable, soft rug as a starting point, complemented by cushions of different sizes and styles, to ensure your guests are comfortable.
Scour local antique shops and markets (which are great for eclectic decorating ideas on a budget) for comfortable, timeworn and well-loved furniture to complete a stylish bohemian living room perfect for entertaining.
To make the boho look complete, add floor lamps made of natural fibers. Next to your low sofa, place a floor lamp that will highlight this reading and relaxing area.
Opt for vintage design elements
Materials and furniture should look like they've lived a first life before entering your home. Why? Simply because it will bring more charm to your space, this is one of the strengths of the bohemian style! It's made of pieces that are well cared for, but look like they were gleaned from a far away market in an exotic location.
Choose pieces that seem to have a real history (even if you bought them at a flea market or have no idea where they came from). Every bohemian object is ultimately a call to travel and let your imagination run wild to tell you your own story.
The eclectic mix of objects found here and there will bring a crazy charm to your interior which will then be unique. Do not neglect the choice of each lamp, whose role is not only to highlight the whole, but also to reinforce this decorative touch.
Don't be afraid of maximalism!
In a bohemian décor, abundance is the best. Indeed, this design style is not made for large, empty, zen or minimalist spaces. The trend in bohemian design is towards indulgent maximalism.
A little professional advice: even if maximalism is the order of the day, favor it for the living room, but for a bohemian-style bedroom, we suggest a slightly more pared-down approach.
The most important thing is to inject your bohemian home with just the right amount of lamps, hangers, items and products to make you feel at home and to make it feel like you.
Make sure everything you love and have collected over the years is on display. Bohemian style is all about layering your trinkets and treasures to tell a story, your story.
Make sure you have enough surface area and wall space to showcase the decor and display the art you love. Certain lighting fixtures are definitely good for showcasing them, no matter what time of day it is.
Bohemian decoration should not however evoke an accumulation without tail nor head nor resemble the decoration of your neighbor. Each thing must have its place and its utility, but do not be rigid on the arrangement of each object and do not hesitate to make evolve the contents of your various rooms with the wire of your desires.