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When arranging kitchen designs, usually only a few people dare to express different styles. Most kitchens are designed in a minimalist style that tends to be easy to manage and timeless. But who would have thought, the concept of bohemian design is no less riveting to be applied to your beautiful kitchen.
Bohemian designs can be translated into many forms. This can be a gray wall, a chair made of solid wood or rattan, a middle eastern carpet, to an open window with a cloth upholstered on its surface.
Bohemian style is perfect combined with other designs such as rural, minimalist or Scandinavian. Easy integration makes it easy for you to mix and match with your existing kitchen.
Want to change the interior of your small kitchen with a bohemian touch? Look at some of the designs below!
1. Select Backsplash Showy
For starters, giving a bohemian touch you can do by boldly choosing a backsplash. You can choose bright colors with unique patterns.
2. Give More Touch to the Wallpaper
One way to make a wall stand out is to add a unique wallpaper. You can choose bold designs or bright colors. Can also make beautiful mural paintings.
3. Look for Southwestern Touch
Bohemian style in the southwest turned out to be a perfect match. The cool kitchen from Jungalow HQ below illustrates the perfect side of the bohemian style you want.
4. Use Natural Elements
Using natural components such as wood can give a different impression in your bohemian kitchen. The kitchen above, for example, is full of warm wood. The uniqueness emerges from various wood patterns which are applied in various angles. The perfect blend of every part of the kitchen makes it feel very bohemian.
5. Enter Many Plants
The classic bohemian style is very much attached to natural ingredients. Of course nature is not only limited to wood material but also the true natural part: plants. In the bohemian kitchen design above, the designer tries to make a green plant pot as a charming finishing touch. If you plan to renovate the kitchen in a bohemian style, the idea of placing plants in various angles can be tried immediately.