Bohemian rugs, also known as boho rugs come in a variety of colours & patterns.
To create a bohemian style in your home, embrace elements such as colour, pattern and texture. To bring out the bohemian interior design in your styling, Lost Design Society has a range of bohemian rugs online with a variety of colours and interesting patterns such as medallions, stripes or diamonds.
These rug designs are inspired by traditional cultures that include the Aztec civilisation. Another element of the bohemian style is that your decor does not need to match. If the bohemian style has too many combinations to suit your style, then try a more consistent approach such as choosing a colour theme.
When choosing a bohemian rug online, we recommend considering how the boho rug ties into your overall home aesthetic & style. You may consider creating an interior design mood board to help choose a suitable bohemian rug for your home, workplace, event space or area of use.
A bohemian rug can often include other colours found in your interior to help create harmony.
We have selected a variety of boho rugs that offer a variety of bohemian styles that include boho rugs from our Tigris collection, that is inspired by colour, life and character. These bohemian rugs feature ornate geometric and floral motifs, are visually stimulating & work beautifully in Bohemian and eclectic settings.
Pictured below is a trendy boho office rug. This bohemian office rug image has been provided by a customer.
The bohemian spirit is found in a bohemian interior. Bohemian styling is about doing what feels good for you in your home. Bohemian styling is often about the feeling & energy that a room can provide & can be connected to one’s sense of belonging & well-being.
Bohemian styling has a strong sense of creativity. Interior Design concepts can apply, however, it is often believed that the creative nature of a bohemian home is not bound by interior design concepts & is encouraged to be experiential & to incorporate unique & personal items that encapture the resident's personality, character & journey.
One way you can create a Bohemian living room is by juxtaposing several shades of colour that can be found in a bohemian rug with a room that has clean lines & a minimalist feel. The bohemian rug can offer contrast to a room & add atmosphere & energy.
Some bohemian homes choose a main colour for each room & have eclectic décor filled throughout the home.
Rugs in a bohemian style home can range from designer rugs, Persian rugs, transitional rugs, wool rugs, overdyed rugs, Moroccan rugs, pink rugs, green rugs, grey rugs, round rugs, large rugs & more. These styles of boho rugs & more are available from our online rug store.
A boho home often has a feeling of charm & character, which can come from mixing different styles & will often include mid-century furniture such as a mid-century dining table or mid-century dining chair or minimalist upholstered furniture. Furniture found in a bohemian styled home can include pieces new furniture pieces as well as treasured generational furniture pieces or eclectically sourced furniture from across the globe. A bohemian style home will often feature many bohemian furniture pieces that have been sourced from the homeowners travels or a unique item that holds a special story.
If you are looking for bohemian rugs, bohemian runner rugs, gypsy boho rugs, boho rugs, vintage boho rugs, boho rugs with tassels (coming soon) then you find these boho style rugs by browsing & filtering our bohemian rug collection. There are different styles of Bohemian which include modern bohemian, folksy bohemian, romantic bohemian, earthy bohemian, nomadic bohemian, maximal bohemian, chic bohemian, eclectic bohemian, 70s bohemian, edgy bohemian & country bohemian.
Bohemian Patterns include trellis, ikat, floral, tribal, kilim, paisley, aztec & lattice. Bohemian style is a synergy of many different cultures, fashion styles, inspirations, colours, shapes & textures that merge together embodying a personal story & journey.
Bohemian Style dates back to the 18th century, where artists from around the world merged together in a melting pot of culture & style, in the Romany parts of Paris, also known as the gypsy parts of Paris.
Traces of the bohemian style influence are believed to be able to be dated beyond this period, as the 18th/19th Century Bohemian era is believed to be influenced by the style & culture of the Romani people, who are an Indo-Aryan ethnic group with origins from South Asia or modern-day India.
The Romani people travelled throughout Europe, spending time in Bohemia & then in parts of France. The term used by Romani people to describe their people is Roma. Roma people have been identified as Gypsy people, a term that is pejorative to Roma people. However, Gypsy is a wide term, that is applicable in different settings. Traditional Roma fashion & culture or Gypsy fashion & culture has influenced the Bohemian style.
In the 18th century in Romany Paris, the artists that had moved from across the globe, were mixing together, creating a vibrant culture. Common traits that drove this vibrant culture was a low income were the people made their living from the arts & creative pursuits. This bohemian sub-culture was a different way of living, were success & beauty was sought via a creative journey.