Bohemian Nurseries: Top 5 Swoon-Worthy Design Ideas

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Inspiring Bohemian Nurseries

Bohemian decor has quickly become one of the most popular design trends.  Popular elements are woven rattan, a mixture of global-inspired patterns, and layers of textures. While this style may feel bold in some rooms, we love how inspiring the look of bohemian nurseries are. When decorating a nursery, you can go with a theme and a strong point of view, as the space will be temporary until your child grows. We rounded up our top 5 swoon-worthy ideas for bohemian nurseries to share with you! For even more inspiration, check out our Essential Nursery Design Checklist and get ready for that little bundle of joy to arrive!

1. Feminine & Pink Bohemian Nurseries

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Nursery design with pink accents by Decorilla online interior designer, Laura A.


So you’ve learned it’s a girl and you’re ready to embrace the pink! This design rendering from Decorilla designer Laura A. does a great job of adding some of these pink and girly bohemian design accents! Check out the full nursery design to see all the gorgeous details. Between the chunky knit poufs on the floor to the oversized art on the walls, it’s the perfect place for an imagination to run wild. 

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Feminine Bohemian Nursery Design


The addition of layered rugs in varying patterns is a popular element of bohemian design. In this bohemian nursery, we love the soft pinks in these mixed rugs. The collection of rattan mirrors, global-inspired Moroccan pouf, and sweet teepee add boho touches to this feminine nursery.  

2. Earthy & Eclectic Bohemian Nurseries

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Gender-neutral nursery decor


On the contrary, the Bohemian nursery style doesn’t just have to be for girls. This neutral nursery feels cool and modern. Add warmth with cozy and boho textures. A bold rug, woven pouf, and fresh greenery add natural elements and style. Nursery Design Ideas can be found everywhere, even in nature.

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This playful space has so much to love- the global-inspired textiles, tons of plants, and rattan, the earthy vibes feel bright and the colors, natural.

3. Indigo & Adventurous Nursery Design

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Bohemian nursery design


Another great way to incorporate bohemian style into a boys (or girls!) nursery is with a popular color common in bohemian design, indigo. This pigment-dyed textile is fresh, casual, and adds a global and collected feel to any room. We’re swooning over the layers of rugs, blankets, and that wall hanging. A rattan pendant and basket add even more natural touches.

4. Cozy Gray & White Bohemian Nurseries

Nursery design by Decorilla online interior designer, Eleni P.


This soft gray nursery by Decorilla designer Eleni P. features lovely bohemian patterns in the rug and crib bedding. To have a bohemian nursery it doesn’t have to be full of color as one may think, they can be gender-neutral as well as color neutral!

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In addition to the beautiful furniture, cozy textures are abundant in this neutral gray nursery. We love the pattern in the rug, the knit pouf, and fun boho pillows. The wow factor in this room comes from the tribal-inspired patterned wallpaper. An oversized wall hanging pops beautifully in this pretty bohemian room.

3. Bold Black & White Nursery Design

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Bohemian nurseries can be bold, too! This black and white nursery has a shag rug in a bright, global pattern. The weaves in the pillow and baskets feel fresh and cozy, and we adore the wood beaded chandelier- it adds the perfect pop of bohemian style.

There is so much bohemian nursery inspiration out there showcasing a range of eclectic, global style. If you’re looking to add some decorative elements to your space (whether it be for you or your littlest loves), check out HGTV’s guide for incorporating cozy boho decor.  If you’re starting from scratch instead, our online interior designers are ready to help!  Schedule A Free Interior Design Consultation Today to get started.

Written by Decorilla interior designer Angela S.

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