With more and more people travelling around the world, our homes too are drawing inspiration from our travel diaries.
An Instagram Influencer and trendsetter in the design industry, Rohina Anand Khira believes in bringing back bohemian chic into our living spaces. “The word bohemian is more of an adjective than a noun, and indicates an aesthetic that takes its influence from those free spirits of the 60’s and 70’s. With an eclectic touch and an emphasis on ethnic and vintage pieces that are unconventional and artistic, bohemian decor is unique in itself,” says Khira. She also suggests that going boho-chic doesn’t mean mixing prints that look loud, floral and mismatched. It looks best when it includes a mix of shades like olive green, cognac, mustard yellow and rusty oranges – with a range of tribal accents and geometric patterns to offset.
Stack a mix of pillows and throws on a day bed – with classic weaves and a touch of fringe and tassels and lots of crochet. India has been so obsessed with their living rooms looking expensive with heavy reflective fabrics, and embellished cushions. But, bohemian chic is casual, stylish and affordable!