Looking to add some boho chic to your space? Then try out these simple bohemian decor do-it-yourself projects.
It may seem like the height of the boho chic movement may have passed for most, but bohemian decor and fashion never really go out of style for creative types and hippies alike. There are still plenty of folks for whom the anything-goes spirit behind bohemian decor will always be a draw. If that describes you, don’t feel constrained by what may or may not be considered to be on trend. Instead, march to the beat of your own drummer and check out these easy boho chic decor projects to add a little bohemian to your space.
11 Bohemian Decor DIY Projects to Boho Chic Your Home
- Diy Boho Trays – Add bohemian flair to boring, old trays with decorative papers. The globally-inspired gift wraps from World Market are a great place to start for inspiration.
- Mason Jar Candle Lanterns – Use puffy paints and mason jars to create stunning Moroccan-inspired lanterns.
- Boho Chic Mirror – Turn an old mirror into a glamourous boho chic showpiece with a little paint, some fabric and vintage jewelry pieces.
- Boho Gratitude Garland – Create your own “gratitude garland” from natural found objects and some art creations.
- Inspiration Clip Garland – Instead of a cork board inspiration board, make your own memento garland with twine and clothespins.
- Boho Jewelry Hanger – Make a jewelry display hanger from a wooden plank and knob pulls for both form and function.
- Doily Lamp – Make a pretty doily lamp for mood lighting.
- Hanging Macrame Chair – Channel the 1970s with the hanging macrame chair project.
- Decoupaged Chair – Add instant boho chic to any old wooden chair just by simple decoupage. Choose exotic papers and add fringe to complete the transformation.
- Test Tube Flower Chandelier – This kit allows you to create a custom test-tube chandelier that actually doubles as pretty vessels for flowers.
- Patchwork Curtains – Make your own gauzy patchwork curtains from doily, handkerchiefs and other pretty fabric scraps.
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