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Dark bohemian interior design is one to watch, decorating junkies! Because there’s a distinct move away from that bright, all-white boho look in homes of late. You’ll find loads of inspo online to create that beige-white-coastal style of bohemian design. Today I wanted to get you to join the dark side with a little help from my friends at Metricon. You’ll notice straight off the bat that the look doesn’t feature a tonne of white. Black features heavily in curtain rods, table legs and lampshades

Pops of brass in lamp bases, ornaments and mirrors are also present You know us Aussies are so fond of white in our homes that it probably scares you to head in this dark a direction. The moment you change your mindset around an interior needing to be bright and crisp, the richer and more layered your home will feel.

Introduce this metallic in small doses and it’ll keep the look feeling high-end, but earthy (which is one of the main draw-cards here!)

I’m also all too aware that everyone’s gone mad for the jewel-toned velvet decor, armchairs, and headboards of late. All you need to do is bring in more darker tones and more organic textures and you’re onto a winning new interior.

This look is the perfect coming together of two worlds: global hotel meets relaxed boho escape. If you get the balance right, you’ll end up with a home that feels sophisticated, exotic, and yet not overly laboured.

This dark bohemian interior trend takes a lot of its cues from the global traveller trend, so don’t be afraid to display some keepsakes (ideas for displaying your memories are in this post).

It’s the perfect coming together of two worlds: global hotel meets relaxed boho escape.

If you get the balance right (don’t display too many handmade Etsy finds), you’ll end up with a home that feels sophisticated, exotic, and yet relaxed and not too laboured. When going through your box of mementoes and travel keepsakes, do keep the colour palette in mind.

You want pieces that are black, white, grey, beige, gold etc. Or, as the clever cookies at Metricon have done here, you can cover walls in a gorgeous cloth paper (do it, please – it always looks so phenomenal). Lastly, don’t forget lots of greenery in the dark bohemian interior.

dark bohemian living room with tan leather cushions and macrame wall hanging
dark bohemian living room with tan leather cushions and macrame wall hanging
marble coffee table with black mesh legs dark bohemian interior design
marble coffee table with black mesh legs dark bohemian interior design
dark bohemian interior design animal head ornament on black side table
dark bohemian interior design animal head ornament on black side table
dark bohemian interior design macrame cushion and tan cushion in boho living room
dark bohemian interior design macrame cushion and tan cushion in boho living room
dark entryway furniture brown timber entry table with rectangle mirror
dark entryway furniture brown timber entry table with rectangle mirror
bohemian living room with tan leather cushions and juju hat on grey wall
bohemian living room with tan leather cushions and juju hat on grey wall
Dark Bohemian Interior Design Ideas black cloth wallpaper in living room with grey sofa and tan cushions
Dark Bohemian Interior Design Ideas black cloth wallpaper in living room with grey sofa and tan cushions

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