While this inspired home story has nothing to do with the band Queen, the inspiration behind it did come from the title of one of their most iconic songs and their recent Oscar-nominated movie that bears the same name.
So create your own bohemian rhapsody with these curated picks for your home by our resident Sacred Space Designer, Elana Kilkenny.
Bohemian: “Comes from the French word for ‘gypsy’.” As it relates to home design, it describes a free-spirited liberty in decor that is often eclectic, travel-inspired and filled with layered patterns and colors.
Rhapsody: “A one-movement work that is episodic yet integrated, free-flowing in structure, featuring a range of highly contrasted moods, color, and tonality. An air of spontaneous inspiration and a sense of improvisation make it freer in form than a set of variations.
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Go on a magic carpet ride with this modern and color-saturated take on a Persian motif.
Add some whimsical and patterned-grace to your space with this iris blue and golden SureStrip (aka: easily removable) mural that is sure to help your bohemian haven take flight.
This beauty by the phenomenally talented boho-designer, Justina Blakeney, is a decor paradox that elevates any space. It’s simultaneously throne-like in silhouette and exotically feminine in shape. Constructed from natural rattan, this chair is at once regal and relaxed and is sure to bring a happy and sun-kissed vibe to your home.
Add a mystical vibe to your home with this symbol-imbued framed art print.
This wall-mounted and low-maintenance mini-ecosystem adds refreshing energy to your space in an unexpected, and decidedly boho way.
You can never have enough colorful velvet pillows in your bohemian haven. Throw some on your sofa and/or scatter some on your floor for extra seating and dreaming.
These long-fringed curtains are handmade in India and further deepen the relaxed and gypsy-like eclecticism of your boho space.
The inherent variations in the natural wood grain of this handmade stool, adds an organic and textural touch to your home. It’s also a versatile decor addition…use it as a side table, a seat or simply as a piece of sculpture.