Bohemian Bedrooms For Girls

With a fun mix of colors and cultures, creating a Bohemian Bedroom could be the perfect way to bring out your child’s unique personality.


Bohemian spaces are a blend of modern, vintage and global-ethnic furnishings. This look is casual, free flowing and can take your child beyond the expected design boundaries.


As our world “grows smaller,” tribal textiles and other ethnic accents are becoming the focus of the boho style. This gives us the opportunity to teach our children about other cultures, countries and traditions.


Color is also an important element to this style. Vibrant hues such as pink, red, green, purple and sapphire can be paired with calming earth tones to create a balanced and pretty color scheme.


Also, don’t forget the art of display. Jewelry, hair accessories and favorite clothing items can be artfully arranged and hung on pretty hooks or hangers.


{top photo – design by Fawn Galli}

4 thoughts on “Bohemian Bedrooms For Girls

  1. Color!! I love color, and while I also adore the quiet neutrals that are so popular now, I know in my soul that color is my friend. Boho is so much fun, and I could have a home full of it….will do that after I finish my 10 fantacy homes I’m already planning in my head!

  2. Yes, I totally agree with you on colour and patterns for kids. I too like a bit of mix n match in their rooms and find that kids thrive on ‘hand me down’ and ‘vintage items’. They like the history of things and the quirk that comes with something a little off the beaten track. It’s a pity so many parents seem to treat their kids’ rooms as showrooms really.

    Loved this post.

    xx Charlotta
    .-= Charlotta´s last blog ..The Shiny Pebble Finale Party.. (and give-away reminder!) =-.

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