How to create it for every size room
If you have a small space, the key is to choose your décor mindfully. Be careful not to try and do too much, mixing too many patterns, colours, and textures or including too many objets d’art, or you are likely to overwhelm the space. Instead, use boho-style baskets, trays, and floating shelves to create storage space, and keep everything in scale with the room’s smaller dimensions. Use light colours, make the most of natural light and mirrors, and incorporate plants to help the bathroom feel fresh.
If you have a good amount of space to work with, this presents an opportunity to really play with the boho aesthetic! Consider a Persian rug or something with an interesting texture, like sheepskin or woven natural fibres. Create a sitting area, and go bold with patterns and colour. A big clawfoot bath and an enclosed shower with a focal wall of patterned tile can make a large bathroom into an artful oasis, and adding touches like a light fixture in a natural material can make the room stand out. Materials that work well in boho bathrooms include wicker, rattan, clay, and wood, furthering the feeling of bringing the natural world indoors. Additionally, boho style is all about traveling and collecting interesting things, so don’t be afraid to use some striking decorative pieces. Mix old, vintage, and contemporary pieces to show off your personal style and create a unique and eclectic charm.