10 Times Navy Textiles Made Us Love Boho Style
How to decorate with this inspired shade.
Published Jan 27, 2017 5:00 AM
The hallmarks of a bohemian aesthetic often include a mix of textures, colors, and patterns. The boho space is said to be inhabited by the laid-back creative with a penchant for roaming free and unbound exploration. Within the realm of decor, the ever-present color navy finds itself a staple of the aesthetic. Here, we rounded up a few of our favorite interiors which seamlessly incorporate the hue within the effortlessly stylish, bohemian scheme.
This colorful corner embodies barefoot bohemian with an artistic display of colors. The sofa adds a punch of deep blue, which lends an element of juxtaposition against the peachy shades that fill the space.
This airy bedroom is what bohemian dreams are made of! Designer Amber Lewis of
introduced dynamic pops of navy amidst the vast elements of a stark white. The various patterns and prints of the decor speak to a well-traveled life.
One foolproof method of incorporating navy into a bohemian home is to bring it in, in the form of wall paint. The African juju hat hanging is a playful way to add some texture to the otherwise empty wall.
It doesn’t get much better than shibori wallpaper. The beautiful indigo tones pair well with the rich navy sofa and brass rivets.
This beautiful space is an example of a more refined and classic bohemian style, but it’s the relaxed nature and curated collection of objects—prints, patterns, antiques, art—that give it the boho flair. Grey-blue walls meld seamlessly with the navy sofa. Can’t you imagine an afternoon nap on those cloud-like pillows?
Designer Amber Lewis wanted this space to feel cozy, collected, and unique – the very definition of a bohemian aesthetic. Navy textiles are found throughout the home, but the navy curtains in the dining room were what truly caught our eye.
Notice all the navy! It’s in the headboard, the toss pillow, the artwork, the pompoms. All the shades of blue make for a peaceful and relaxing retreat.
This stunning East Village apartment features plenty of vintage finds and is curated to the T. The navy sofa and matching pillows are a welcome pop of color within the whitewashed space, complementing the eclectic decor.
Light, bright, and airy, this classic bohemian bedroom provides a soothing place to retreat to. Though we must admit, there is no doubt that the velvet tufted bed is the star of the space.
Scandinavian meets boho chic in this Mid-Century home. We love the kitchen with all its natural elements—cement floors, wood cabinets, marble backsplash—but it’s the navy-tinted, stained oak wood on the island that steals the spotlight.