5 Modern Boho Interior Design Elements to Try This Year | Louver Shop of Western Carolina
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These Three Window Treatments Suit Bold, Boho Styles

In the last several years, homeowners noticed that their home’s interior design could desperately use an update. Seeking more vibrant styles, they were drawn to the distinctly rambunctious aspects of boho interior design. With bold colors and a firm connection to quality vintage pieces, the boho style is perfect for those who prefer items that last, regardless of what period they originate from.

Window treatments might not be a clear choice for contributing boho style to your home, but beautiful shutters or shades can offer the textured, yet free-wheeling look you want just as well as a piece of furniture. And with dozens of customization opportunities, new window treatments can also enable the personal touches that transform a pair of windows into your windows. Request a free consultation from a local design consultant for help exploring all the options.

Deliver Texture and Natural Elements with Woven Shades

One of the leading design elements of boho styles is lots of natural elements. You’re not just confined to the materials themselves including wood and stone, but also the way they look. Selecting an eye-catching animal print for an accent pillow, for example, or leaving wood unpainted are classic boho options. Numerous custom window treatments can provide similar specifics.

Provenance® Woven Wood Shades are the optimal solution. With different styles to explore, you can ensure your chosen shades suit the rest of the décor nicely. These shades allow filtered light to spill into the area, spreading dynamic shadows and incorporating another layer of visual interest to the space.

Keep Bright Colors Afloat with Designer Roller Shades

Another principle of boho style is vibrant color. You can check out anything from reds and oranges that sizzle to softer olive greens and yellows. You can even combine patterns and textures that clash with other décor styles. With such flexibility and visual detail in the area, you should have custom window treatments that call attention to it.

Designer Roller Shades spring to mind. You have more than 300 fabric options to explore, and you can change up the fabric opacity and color as well. These gorgeous roller shades can either be the funky focal point of a room or a care-free complement to your favorite nook.

Blend Vintage Fashion and Timeless Function with Traditional Shutters

A third focus of boho décor is a sense of cultural tradition. From art pieces to handmade crafts, honoring a more global sense of style is a superb way to accentuate the intangible aspects of boho’s appeal. Classic, timeless window treatments can strengthen those parts.

Traditional Wood Shutters are terrific for admirers of history, culture and vintage décor. These shutters are handmade with the highest quality furniture-grade hardwood, a durable material that can tolerate wear and tear for years. Narrower louvers and a mix of paint colors can help you update a space to something more suitable for the global stage.

Turn Window Treatments into More Boho Style with Louver Shop of Western Carolina

Boho interior design is one of the most creative, eye-catching looks around, and a great way to accentuate your personal sense of style. Custom window treatments are an underrated way to bolster interior design, with the extra benefit of practical improvements to your windows like energy efficiency.

You can obtain the help of a local design consultant by scheduling a free virtual or in-home consultation. They have years of experience converting your design goals into finished window treatments you’ll appreciate for years. To learn more about what Louver Shop of Western Carolina window treatments can provide you, schedule your free consultation today!

Visualizer Tool

Checking all the available shutter styles may take a bit of time by yourself. To hasten the process, try checking out colors, louver sizes and other specifics using our Visualizer Tool. You can upload a photo of your own home or pick from a selection of sample photos to check out multiple ideas. Mix and match as much as you need to determine what your ideal pair of shutters can look like.