Flooring suggestions for the boho-style apartment trend


Few trends are as hot in interiors at the moment as the boho style. Like many trends, this took its lead from the fashion industry.



What does boho mean?


In many respects, anything goes with boho. In its truest form, there are so many different colours, textures and mismatched furniture, with the ‘look’ having been collected on travels all over the world. What links it all is the individual and the friendly welcome.

This is not a new look; in fact, it has been around since the 18th century - after the French Revolution - when artists and writers were looking to expressive themselves and not conform to the styles that were accepted at the time. There was also a funding issue for them. The wealthy clients who had previously supported them were around since the 18th century - after the French Revolution - when artists and writers were looking to expressive themselves and not conform to the styles that were accepted at the time. There was also a funding issue for them. The wealthy clients who had previously supported them were gone, forcing many artists into a nomadic existence on a shoestring.


Where to start


Start at the bottom and work up. This means getting your flooring and rugs right before any furniture goes down. Carpets are good but opt getting your flooring and rugs right before any furniture goes down. Carpets are good but opt for plain colours, as there is likely to be a lot of pattern elsewhere in the room.

Wood is also a popular choice. Engineered flooring will give you lots of options, including laying a beautiful rug you found in a far-flung place or a replica from a high street store! Specialist retailers such as https://www.woodfloorwarehouse.ie/engineered-flooring.html have a great range to choose from. 

Vinyl is another option that can be used in many parts of the house and works well with the boho ideas. If you don’t have rugs, vinyl can be warmer on bare feet than tiles and is more suited to heavier footfall than some carpets. 

If the whole apartment is too much for your taste, try a single room. Apartment Therapy has some great ideas for giving your bathroom the boho treatment. Tiles or vinyl, or wood provided it has been treated and sealed for use in a moist environment, are good options for the bathroom.

One of the great advantages of boho is that you can add things to it as you please; in fact, collecting things and bringing back souvenirs will only enhance the eclectic style. Similarly, if you change your mind about an item, it is easily good options for the bathroom.One of the great advantages of boho is that you can add things to it as you please; in fact, collecting things and bringing back souvenirs will only enhance the eclectic style. Similarly, if you change your mind about an item, it is easily removed or replaced without having to completely redecorate.
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