bohemian neutrals.
by victoria comment


bohemian neutrals. / sfgirlbybay

ever since my trip to tulum, mexico and especially my visit to the (currently closed) boutique hotel coqui coqui i’ve really been inspired by this kind of neutral bohemian vibe. it’s a unique pairing of natural elements, ornate accessories, with a little bit of ‘beachy’ thrown in for that funky, unexpected twist. hard to picture, right? and almost harder to explain, but i think these visuals will help guide you there. it’s a look i’ve strived for in my own home, and find really relaxing and welcoming. it’s a mix of slouchy sofas, vintage flea market finds, rattan, ceramics, even some gold gilded pieces in there, too as you can see in my instagram photo just below. add some great tiled floors, or natural woven rugs, warm textiles and some interesting artwork and you’ve got bohemian neutrals.

gold guilded home decor and ceramics. / sfgirlbybay

bohemian nuetral art and decor inspiration. / sfgirlbybay ceramic bowls in black and white. / sfgirlbybay  bohemian nuetral decor and art. / sfgirlbybaybedroom with nuetral bohemian home decor and art. / sfgirlbybayvintage mirror and wood cabinet. / sfgirlbybaybohemian modern home decor. / sfgirlbybay black and white photos and decor. / sfgirlbybay vintage modern decor inspiration. / sfgirlbybaybohemian nuetral home furnishings. / sfgirlbybay bohemian nuetral artwork and decor inspiration. / sfgirlbybay bohemian prints and patterns. / sfgirlbybay seascape photo and greenery. / sfgirlbybay bohemian decor inspiration. / sfgirlbybaymoody bohemian nuetral decor inspiration. / sfgirlbybay

• photography credits in order of appearance: elle decoration sweden; @sfgirlbybay; @audreyfitzjohn; calm in trees; peacock pavillion by o’malley photographers; smithkings tile; henri matisse; sun hat from twenty one tonnes; botanical print via prints project; line klein; @cabinandcove; vogue; peacock pavillion by o’malley photographers; @lobsterandswan; chymo & more; russell smith photography; lorenzo castillo; the good hub; asplund klingstedt interior; blank diary; modern hepburn; Henri Matisse 1951 Exhibtion Invitation; the poetry of material things; @britt_albert; Night Bloom Taper Holder from terrain; atpatelier; henri matisse sketch; the antiques diva & co; ulf g bohlin; jenni kayne’s home via kinfolk; bo bedre; the d pages.


8 responses to “bohemian neutrals.”

  1. I want that brass kitchen. This appeals to me since, while I love a very pared back and simple palette, I know it is actually too restrictive for my real self, not the ideal version of me who lives in harmony and peace with the minimum of stuff and gubbins around.

  2. this is it… I love it.. YOU SITE IS WONDERFUL..I have been a looker for YEARS.. but when you put this post on.. I realized so many things.. that appealed to me.. and now I want to repaint my house.. I have lots of wood furniture, and wood art.. and other art.. but have dark moody blue/grey walls.. and I kept thinking what is it that doesn’t feel right.. and then I saw this post and realized..
    I need lots of more neutral.. in order to create the feeling that most appeals to me.. THANKS..

  3. I love the bohemian look! Definitely how I want my home to be – it just feels so chilled out and relaxing. For something that looks so effortless, it’s not always the easiest thing to pull off! These photos have given me plenty of inspiration though – thanks for sharing them!

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