I must confess that the last style type I would ever consider myself is bohemian.
Carefree, relaxed, and easy are not necessarily terms that are used to describe me or my personal aesthetic. That being said, I have been finding myself oddly drawn to a new concept that I recently used in a project and continue to see in the design world. I like to call it Bohemian minimal-luxe. You’ll see that it works perfectly with mid-century art and modernist and avant-garde pieces. The trick is to have less and love more—important, yet understated pieces.
Here are a few great examples of this style.
This chic dining nook with polished concrete floors and sculptural, warm wood chairs with the modernist watercolor painting is quite bohemian minimal-luxe.
A very chic, minimal Paris apartment by Jessica Vedel feels boho with the rug and warm floors. The juxtaposition of old world Paris and modern furniture with contemporary art is calmingly perfect.
Dirand’s mix of an abstract contemporary portrait with a tribal mask and sophisticated pieces of furniture including a copper cocktail table is perfectly bohemian chic.
Is chocolate the new grey? This very sophisticated bohemian minimalist moment is warm and inviting while maintaining a clean uncluttered zen vibe.
The idea of bohemian minimal-luxe lends itself quite well to mid-century abstract works of art.
The warm wood paneling combined with the soft, and luxuriously plush round silk carpet bring the luxury into this bohemian room.
A very sophisticated interpretation of bohemian-minimal luxe. Warm wood, clean sharp lines and muted earthy tones.
This bohemian-minimal luxe moment combines all the elements to create a relaxed and easy mood using a room full of important pieces.