5 Interior Design Tips For Bohemian Decor From Justina Blakeney

Do you believe in the healing power of plants? Or creating a space that brings good vibes? Do you love rich colors, unique patterns and textures? Then bohemian decor is probably your go-to aesthetic (or will be)!

And you’ve definitely heard of (or need to!) Justina Blakeney, designer and author of The New Bohemian’s Handbook: Come Home to Good Vibes.

Her unique approach to style and wellness-inspired interior design tips can turn any home into a beautiful, relaxing oasis.

Justina has been recognized by NY Mag, Harper’s Bazaar, and other leading magazines as one of the top designers to follow on Instagram.

She believes interior design should be a reflection of the soul. Her vibrant, colorful and carefree spirit is a natural expression of Bohemian décor.

A boho chic living space has a comfortable and relaxed feel, embracing the unconventional and combining patterns and textures from around the world. Think eclectic yet cultured.

Justina’s unique approach to style and wellness-inspired interior design tips can turn any home into a beautiful, relaxing oasis. On Justina’s blog, Jungalow, she reveals many simple, affordable ways to achieve a boho-chic abode.

Read on for a list of her top interior design tips.

 
 

These Are Justina Blakeney’s Top 5 Interior Design Tips for Bohemian Decor:

On Justina Blakeney’s blog, she reveals many simple, affordable ways to achieve a boho-chic abode. And here are her top tips!
 

 
 

1. Maximize Natural Light

Photo: The New Bohemians Handbook

Bohemian decor is all about boosting the mood. And nothing lifts the spirit quite like sunshine. Not only will more natural light brighten up your home, but since light is reflective, it will also create the illusion of more space.

At night, use ambient lighting with hanging fairy lights and floor lamps for a dimly-lit, relaxed atmosphere.
 
 

2. Minimize Clutter

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Photo: The New Bohemian’s Handbook

With bohemian decor, many people adopt the “more is more” mentality. But eclectic doesn’t mean cluttered. When redesigning your home, you will still want the space to feel open and clean. Justina Blakeney’s work is all about creating good feng shui!

Plus, you’ll need space for your yoga practice: Consider This When Creating Your Sacred Space
 
 

3. Use Nature for Design Inspiration

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Photo: The New Bohemians Handbook

The foundation of bohemian decor lies in nature and finding unique ways to bring the outdoors into your home….

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