Similar to the mid-century style, bohemian interiors are continuing to gain popularity. I would say that in Southern California, this is one of the more common styles that we are seeing in homes. Because so many retailers are jumping on the boho train there is no better time than now to explore your bohemian side as well. Bohemian design is a free-spirited aesthetic that mixes different cultures and artistic expressions into an eclectic style that thinks outside the box. There is a lot of influence from Thailand, Indonesia, India, and the Caribbean. A laid back boho atmosphere places and emphasis on nature. However, it’s common to find bold patterns and bright colors for furniture and accents. When you walk into a home that has a bohemian design style you immediately feel immersed in another culture. Trinkets are displayed from travels and the whole vibe is almost nomadic. When comparing different design styles, Bohemian is one of the few where order isn’t necessary. Mixing patterns and colors is encouraged. Likewise, we’re also seeing a trend of modern boho style. The addition of animal hides, metallic accents, and rich wood help modernize this collected style as well as reducing clutter throughout.