Bohemian Bedrooms

Bohemian Bedrooms

Posted by Larissa Cairns on

Marsala has been announced as Pantone’s Colour of the Year, a real contrast to previous years of bright pinks and blues, Marsala brings us right back to earth with its rich, natural tones.


Full bodied and with a rich and natural earthiness, Marsala makes for the perfectly grounded accent colour, bringing with it a care-free sense of eclectic bohemian style.

Here we have put together some quick and easy tips on how to incorporate and compliment this colour in your bedrooms, without overpowering, and create that gorgeous boho elegance that will really takes you back to your roots.



Pair White Washed Bed Linen with a vintage Moroccan rug, which often uses deep tones of Marsala combined with other colours and patterns, to give your bedroom a beautiful, stable grounding. Etsy have a great variety available to buy online, and Baluch Rugs is one of our favourite sellers. 



Scatter some contrasting patterned cushions on simple White Washed Bed Linen to bring a little colour feature and bohemian style to any bedroom. We especially love these from Anthropologie, and would look great with this vintage ladder. 



Bring nature inside by filling your room with plants in traditional terracotta pots. Macrame is also making a huge comeback this year and makes for wonderful plant hangers available from Modern Macrame. For those who are particularly crafty, they will also soon be selling DIY Macrame Plant Hanger Kits.



Pair Marsala accessories with traditional Danish Teak furniture like this retro sidetable for a truly eclectic look. There are loads of vintage pieces available on Ebay, with one of the best being GransTrunkShop, selling a huge range of cabinets and tables. 


Play with texture and colour by adding deep velvets and a Cream Fringe Throw to a simple Marsala coloured throw and iron bed frame to create a voluminous and luxurious bed


See more Boho Interior Inspiration on our Pinterest Board.


Image Credits: The Linen Works / Amber Interior Design / Remain Simple / Emily Katz / Amber Interior Design