Simple Tips to Create a Dreamy Boho Home Office
Hello friends and Happy 2021! It’s my first post of the new year and I’m so glad you’re here! I’m looking forward to another year of bringing you simply beautiful decor and design ideas along with a very exciting renovation project that I will be sharing more about very soon! For a lot of us January means getting organized, whether it’s your closets, pantry or home office. With many of us still working from home, the home office is having a major moment right now! It’s the perfect time to create a space you love and perhaps try something new with my Simple Tips to Create a Dreamy Boho Home Office.
My home office space is actually a nook in our master bedroom. We have a dedicated home office on our main floor that the hubby and I used to share, but with COVID he’s been working full-time from home so we needed to get creative and find a new setup for me. This nook totally does the trick and proves that you don’t need a whole room to set up a dedicated work space and make it pretty too!
Add wall decals
I had some leftover wall decals from the dining room and they add the perfect touch of boho whimsy to this blank white wall. They’re easy to apply and remove, so there’s no big commitment which is a win win if you like to change your decor a lot like me.
I added a mix of real and faux plants in different pots and baskets for extra interest. Can you tell which ones are real and which are faux?!?
Add dried florals
Pampas grass and bunny tails are oh so boho and look pretty mixed with other dried florals in this vintage pottery vase. Dried florals can be pricey, but they are worth the investment because they last forever! Also they work well for just about any season.
Add posters or prints
Abstract and geometric art in neutral, light pink and rust tones are good choices as are light coloured natural wood frames in oak or pine. The gallery wall watercolour art is a favourite of mine, especially on my desk!
I added a macrame coaster under my candle and a macrame pillow to give some texture and coziness. Look for macrame wall hangings and plant holders too.
Rattan is very on-trend right now and works well in both boho and coastal decor. It can be found in baskets, mirrors, and furniture. It gives a sense of warmth and contrast to neutral spaces.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this little tour and my Simple Tips to Create a Dreamy Boho Home Office. Which one is your favourite? To see what my office space looked like downstairs check out 5 Easy Ways to Personalize Your Desk Space
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Next week I’ll be sharing some of my easy ideas for winter decorating. Thanks for stopping by and see you again soon!