Get a Boho Inspired Dining Room with Designer Eden Cohen

The dining room is often the main gathering place in a home and a great space to incorporate boho style. This popular, eclectic design style is based on the idea of merging many different design elements into one cohesive space.

Wood Components

The Interlude 5 Pc. Dining Room Set is the centerpiece of this room. Made of reclaimed pine, this collection delivers a strong wood component, often found in boho style. It also brings an outdoor element into the design.

Layered Textures

Layering diverse textures is fundamental when incorporating boho design. The barn door combined with the concrete floor gives the room a nice balance of rough and smooth textures. The Interlude Upholstered Parsons Chairs at the ends of the table add a layer of softness, complementing the hard surface of the table and providing visual interest to the room.

Neutral Palette

Light grays bring a soft feel to the room and invite sociability. This color provides the room with a clean slate where items on the table take center stage. Paired with crisp, white walls, the color scheme is lively, yet relaxing at the same time. The Magnolia Home Lotus Black Rug grounds the room, providing yet another level of texture and warmth.

Touches of Nature

The planter with yellow tulips also brings touches of nature to the space, a must-have accent typically found in bohemian décor.


SHOP THE LOOK: Interlude Dining Dining SetInterlude Upholstered Parsons Chair | Interlude ServerMagnolia Home Lotus Black RugIndustrial Table Lamp | Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree in Metal Planter | Blakely Wall ClockYellow Tulips with 4 Glass Jars in Square Wire Holder | White Wash Carved Tray Large | Pen Holder ‘Sugar Mold” 12 Hole – Chimney


Warm Lighting

Light also plays a huge role. The large wood bead and metal chandelier is an additional focal point, casting a welcoming incandescence. The Magnolia Home Pen Holder “Sugar Mold” 12 Hole candleholder with its warm glow adds an additional layer of light.

Eclectic Décor

The Blakely Wall Clock and the White Wash Carved Tray work as oversized eclectic décor, adding an additional layer of visual interest.

By following some boho style essentials and adding personal touches, your dining room will be the perfect spot to gather.

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THIS FRONT DOOR GUEST BLOG WAS WRITTEN BY EDEN COHEN


Eden Cohen is a Denver based interior designer/set stylist. Following a career in corporate communications, public relations and event planning, Eden decided to turn her attention to her true passion of interior design. She returned to school to obtain a degree in Interior Design. Today she can be found working on projects for interior design clients as well as styling the sets for print advertising, television commercials, and motion pictures. Outside of design, Eden enjoys: spending time with her family and friends, exploring cultural events, art, music and food scenes, spending time in the outdoors, as well as traveling for experiences and inspiration.

Boho Bedroom Design with Eden Cohen

Bohemian style is quite fashionable for home décor these days. This unconventional design style can be found in all areas of a home, and the bedroom is no exception. Incorporating “boho” design into the bedroom is a wonderful opportunity to create a relaxing space full of your personal style. This eclectic design style is based on the idea of merging many different design elements. It begs for you to add your own personal touches, and the bedroom is certainly a place you want to make your own.

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SHOP THE LOOK: Catalina Bedroom Group | Lighthouse Glass Lamp | Antiquity Bedding | Barton Accent Chair | Rain Fall Framed Print | Camargue Framed Print | Marbella Rug | Bella Deco Stool | Bindi Rug


The hard elements found in the room; industrial ducting and piping, exposed brick, and the concrete floor, juxtaposed with the soft elements; the comfy chair, cozy bedding, and flowing window sheers create the perfect mix of textures and patterns – a foundation of boho style. The plants and flowers bring in additional touches of natural elements to the space.

The Catalina Bedroom Group is great fit to incorporate the wood elements, often found in boho style, into the room’s design. This comfy bed is layered in pillows and throws in a variety of colors and textures. The plush Antiquity Bedding Set invites you to lay back and relax!

Bright orange is the dominant color found in the space. This color gives the room a feeling of warmth. Paired with the crisp white walls the room is lively yet relaxing at the same time. The Marbella Rug adds another layer of warmth to the room with its orange hues and luxurious thick pile.

The gauze canopies hung above the Lighthouse Glass Table Lamps help to diffuse the light and create a soft glow in the room.

Art is also a major component of boho style. The artwork found in this room consists of the Rain Fall and Camargue Framed Prints. Featuring wild horses, this artwork expresses independence. Bohemian style is all about independence and unconventionality!

No matter how you choose to decorate your bohemian bedroom, by following some boho style basics, combined with your personal touches, you are sure to end up with a comfortable retreat!

GET MORE BOHO TIPS: Boho Design Comes Home to Furniture Row with Eden Cohen


THIS FRONT DOOR GUEST BLOG WAS WRITTEN BY EDEN COHEN


Eden Cohen is a Denver based interior designer/set stylist. Following a career in corporate communications, public relations and event planning, Eden decided to turn her attention to her true passion of interior design. She returned to school to obtain a degree in Interior Design. Today she can be found working on projects for interior design clients as well as styling the sets for print advertising, television commercials, and motion pictures. Outside of design, Eden enjoys: spending time with her family and friends, exploring cultural events, art, music and food scenes, spending time in the outdoors, as well as traveling for experiences and inspiration.

Boho Design Comes Home to Furniture Row with Eden Cohen

Bohemian or “boho” design is becoming increasingly popular and is found more and more in home interiors. Fundamental to this eclectic design style is the combining of many different design elements. When it comes to boho design, the rules are – there are no rules! This anything goes approach lets you freely put your own personal touches into your décor.

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SHOP THE LOOK: Henley Swivel Chair | Treviso Coffee Table | Treviso End Table | Treviso Sofa Table | Carson Concrete Table Lamp | Moraine Lake Framed Print | Micro Velvet Pillow | Enid Vase | Agave Plant in Ceramic Planter | Succulent, Echeveria, and Mini Dracaena in Wood Log


Boho design draws upon elements that are found naturally for much of its inspiration. Woods, metals, straw, fire, fur (nowadays most often imitation) and foliage all play a big part in contributing to bohemian interiors.

Colors discovered throughout the natural world also play a role when it comes to boho design. These colors can range from earthy browns, grays and greens, to bright yellows, oranges and reds along with deep blues and purples.

A key element to the featured room design is the color green. It can be found in throw pillows, accessories, and plants. The brilliant green glass chandelier is the focal point adding an unexpected touch of glamor to the rustic furnishings.

The Stratus Sofa is a great fit to incorporate the easygoing boho style into your living room. This plush sofa invites you to sit back and relax. Further adding to the boho appearance of the room is the chocolate Mongolian faux fur throw and pillow. Grounding the room is the Magnolia Home Lotus area rug. Its carefree pattern speaks to the whimsy that is bohemian design.

No matter how you choose to integrate boho in to your home the important thing to remember is to make it an expression of yourself and make it your own!

GET MORE BOHO TIPS: Boho Bedroom Design with Eden Cohen


THIS FRONT DOOR GUEST BLOG WAS WRITTEN BY EDEN COHEN


Eden Cohen is a Denver based interior designer and set stylist. Following a career in corporate communications, public relations and event planning, Eden decided to turn her attention to her true passion of interior design. She returned to school to obtain a degree in Interior Design. Today she can be found working on projects for interior design clients as well as styling the sets for print advertising, television commercials and motion pictures. Outside of design, Eden enjoys: spending time with her family and friends, exploring cultural events, art, music and food scenes, spending time in the outdoors as well as traveling for experiences and inspiration.