It’s week two of One Room Challenge and today it’s time for some design inspiration and the visual concept for my Modern Boho Bedroom Retreat makeover project. In this post I’m sharing two moodboards with high and low budgets. You can also read more about the project list steps as I go over them one by one in detail.
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Modern Boho Bedroom Inspiration
The inspiration images I’ve gathered here are all unique in their own ways but they definitely share some common elements. The modern boho elements that most inspire me for this project are rich textures, warm neutrals and wood tones together with asymmetrical designs that are also eclectic to a certain degree.
Find more modern boho bedroom inspiration from my Bedroom Refresh Inspo Pinterest board here.
Jenny Komenda’s Evergreen bedroom project for Juniper Home has an earthy vibe that I’m very drawn to. I’m contemplating incorporating a green nightstand dresser in my bedroom and this image is the perfect explanation for why I think it’s a great idea. The modern elements combined with a few touches of boho is exactly what I’m aiming to achieve with my bedroom makeover project.
What inspires me the most in Athena Calderone’s Amagansett bedroom design are the organic shapes and materials as well as the sculptural and irregular elements. Not only does the space feel a touch of boho but also it’s luxurious in a very understated way. The neutral palette with some rough natural textures is truly a bedroom design dream come true.
Amy Peters’ guest bedroom is a boho lover’s dream. What I appreciate the most in this bedroom design is the light and bright palette with lots of layered textures. In fact, this space is making me crave all things rattan and pampas as well as using line art combined with geometric abstract art pieces.
Modern Boho Bedroom with High and Low Budgets
I created moodboards with two different budgets to be able to compare the difference a budget makes in a very tangible way. It would be amazing if I was able to spend $3000 on a home decor project like this but I also love being able to challenge myself to accomplish the design with under $500 to use.
You can find links to each product listed below. The links are to Canadian websites and all prices are listed in Canadian dollars. Many of the products are sold just the same on the US website of each store but you might have to search with the product name. For Structube (Canadian store) products I’ve also suggested alternative stores that sell similar item with same price range.
Low: Under $500
1. Structube Orilla Cushion $19 (similar ones: H&M Home)
4. Structube Goll Table Lamp $69 (similar one: Target)
6. H&M Home Ceramic Vase $34.99
Detailed project list:
- Storage unit (cabinet/dresser): creating a space for added storage that also functions as a tv stand to be placed along the wall from across our bed
- Nightstands: makeover the existing nightstands with a fresh coat of paint and an oak veneer detail on the drawer front
- Art above bed: large DIY abstract art piece to hang above bed
- Basket wall across bed: using a mix of existing, thrifted and DIY’d baskets to create a focal point on the wall that’s across from our bed
- New light fixture + table lamp(s): replacing the current builder grade flush mount light fixture with a new boho pendant light and adding new bedside lighting
- Window treatments: DIY two-toned curtains with natural linen detail
- Rug & other textiles: adding a small area rug for the side of the bed and new fresh decor cushions to use on the bed
Are you new to The One Room Challenge?
The One Room Challenge is a design challenge that’s sponsored by Better Homes and Gardens. Twice a year 20 featured designers are selected to transform a space. During the six weeks of the challenge they share their progress with weekly updates.
Also, anyone can join in on the fun as a guest participant and transform a space in six weeks. The progress can be shared in blog posts as well as on Instagram. Check out all the week two guest participant posts here.
For more information about The One Room Challenge visit the official website here.
See you next week!