The bohemian aesthetic—worn woods, Moroccan rugs, pattern on pattern, copious plants—has been a huge influence on home decor in the past few years. But lately I've been seeing a bit of a shift, or maybe you could call it a marriage. There's a new look I'm calling "new bohemian"; it's bohemian reloaded, with a leaner, more minimal look. You could also call it Scandinavian bohemian, because what it really is is a mashup of two styles that used to be at opposite ends of the spectrum and now find themselves coming together: Scandinavian minimalism and bohemian maximalism. Like a lot of pairings of opposites, it's particularly effective, a lovely balance of the best things about both styles. Let's take a look.
from Apartment Therapy | Saving the world, one room at a time http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/look-we-love-this-is-the-new-bohemian-243103