Strip the boho decor in any room in your home to create a cohesive interior. This round-up will show you how to achieve the boho style in the entrance area. An entrance shouldn’t miss your attention. It makes an impression when you enter the house, so it should also inspire. Check out these ideas and get inspired!
The boho-chic style can be achieved in a number of ways: you can use neutral and whitewashed hues, add some earthy and muted tones, or go bright and colorful to create an eastern feel. Pick a color scheme that you like and that suits your space, but remember: the lighter the color scheme, the larger the space will be, which is often essential for tiny entrances. If you prefer neutral colors, go for light and even whitewashed wood. If you like earthy shades, you can use amber, brown, beige and gray tones, as well as brightly colored rooms. Well, you know better what shades you like.
Entrances are usually home to clothing and shoe racks, benches for dressing and storing items, and console tables – the number, size, and furnishings are entirely up to you and the space you have. You can also hang a mirror, put chairs or stools, various shelves, it’s all up to you. A wooden console table in a dark or, on the contrary, very light stain will go perfectly with your boho entrance. When space is tight, be small and stylish. A bench can be wood, it can be pretty neutral, or it can be a wicker bench, which is amazing for a boho room, or a leather bench – leather is a great material for free spirited interiors.
Boho-chic style is all about decor and accessories – that’s exactly what makes your room free-spirited. Bring boho rugs, add some plants like cacti and succulents in baskets or just printed pots. A gallery wall with your pictures and signs or some decorative baskets on the wall complete the room. Here you are, your boho entry is ready!
The gardening season has almost started, and maybe even started for some of you. The problem of lack of space is what we often experience not only indoors but also outdoors. If you are one of those people, it is high time to start thinking about how to include all of the flowers, plants, and herbs that you want in your small outdoor space. There are some space-saving solutions out there, and hanging and vertical planters are the leaders. Today I'd like to share these to help you save space and expand whatever you want.
Ladder-like planters are one of the most popular solutions for small gardens, patios and balconies. The principle of saving space is simple: you just put one planter on top of another and that's it. You can vary the size of the planters, the height, the color of the ladder, etc. - it's entirely up to you. Such planters are very easy to make, no purchase is required.
The principle of stacking is another great idea that doesn't require any skills. Just take your planters and stack them on top of each other. It's about securing them well. The planters can be ash, wood, plastic, china, or other, and you get many types in one without losing too much floor space.
Vertical planters for boxes and pallets
You can build a whole planting system out of boxes or pallets and grow herbs or whatever you want there. The good idea is to add boards to mark the plants.
Vertical planters, vertical wall units, IKEA planters of various types - let the following ideas inspire you!