Boho-chic decor is perhaps the number one trend – free-spirited living is very popular. It can be done with Moroccan or mid-century modern elements in different colors. With a new outdoor season coming, it’s high time to discuss how to apply this style to your outdoor space. Let’s take a look at boho-chic patios and decks!
Colors and prints
Traditional boho chic rooms are all about super bright colors: purple, red, pink, earth tones, green, turquoise and others, they are not lacking in metallic tones either – gold, copper, silver and other objects and surfaces are good ones Idea. If you want a more modern, mid-century feel, go for earthy, warm tones and go with those more muted. If you want a modern take on the boho-chic decor, think of all-white, black-and-white, and purely neutral rooms that are currently on trend.
Patterns are one of the staples of the boho chic style, and you should incorporate them into any boho patio decor. Stripes, geometric, and Moroccan-inspired patterns make your patio bright, boho, and gypsy and can easily be incorporated into your patio decor with pillows, pillows, blankets, bedding, and other things that you use.
Furniture and accessories
Even if you use simple rattan and wood furniture, your patio will work as the furniture is spiced up with light boho textiles here and there. You can also include Moroccan stools and large stools that serve as seats. Heavy carved wooden furniture in dark tones gives the room a Moroccan touch. Hammered metal tables on thin legs are another cool idea to add a more Moroccan touch to your space. Add potted greens, cacti, succulents, macrame hangings and Moroccan wedding blankets, Moroccan lanterns and just candle lanterns and voila – your trendy outdoor space is ready!
Gingerbread is traditional for Christmas, this is a great dessert no matter what shape you choose, and it may or may not be glazed - it's tasty anyway. But gingerbread is not just food, it can also be used as a decoration! Would you like to see real gingerbread cookies and fake decorations to try this Christmas? Here you are!
Real gingerbread decorations
Gingerbread cookies can be used to make decorations. They're durable enough to withstand some transformation. Grab a few cookies you like and hang them on ribbons to use as ornaments, or put them on a ribbon as a garland. Make a fancy terrarium out of a gingerbread house, add fake snow and some pine cones. Make edible wreaths and hangings out of gingerbread cookies and enjoy them - both for decor and meals!
Faux gingerbread decorations
If you don't want to bake cookies, make them out of other materials, they are sure to be more durable. Gingerbread-inspired decorations can be made from felt and a variety of fabrics - make some as ornaments, gift tags, key chains, and just as gifts. They can be shaped as men, houses, snowflakes, and mittens - give them any shape you like and mimic the icing too! Then grab these pieces and put them on a Christmas tree, hang a garland or a window. Get inspired!