7 Beautiful Bohemian Dining Rooms We Love
Creating different vibes in each room is part of the fun of decorating a home. We’re all for comfortable environments but a touch of formality lends a sense of gravitas to a space that makes a home feel complete. The most logical place to incorporate a more refined tone is in the dining room. But just because it’s a bit more proper than the other areas of the home doesn’t mean it has to be stuffy. That’s why we love bohemian dining rooms. They’re relaxed yet chic, and foster an inviting atmosphere where guests want to linger. Read on to see the most beautiful bohemian dining rooms around and get inspired to bring a worldly feel to your own space.
This bright and happy dining room has all the ingredients necessary to create a perfect bohemian dining room. Kilim rug? Check. Beachy art? Check. Colorful midcentury-inspired dining chairs? Check. Funky, architectural accents? Check. Touch of greenery? Check. We love that the boho vibe is balanced by simplified and restrained décor to keep the space from feeling like your kooky grandmother’s '50s dining room.
This dining room feels both moody and bright thanks to the rich blue walls and bright kilim. The contemporary Windsor chairs add modern flair, while the collection of vintage baskets speak to far-flung travels. Bohemian spaces can feel a tad cluttered and this one is a testament to the power of editing. It feels collected rather than unkempt.
This beachy beauty features luxe accents like vintage leather accent chairs and beautiful woven overscale pendant lights. The unique wall hanging looks like a piece of statement jewelry and helps to demarcate the dining room from the adjacent sitting area. An eclectic collection of table décor keeps things casual.
This eclectic dining room feels utterly unique due to the bold oversell mural and eye-catching wood furniture. The greenery hanging over the table adds a festive touch and a pop of color.
This dining room has all the makings of a boho-inspired space: antique furniture, a colorful kilim, and an eclectic gallery wall. The Moroccan-inspired lantern adds a global element and draws the eye up.
This dining room is a great example of how to get the boho vibe while exercising the restraint needed to create a refined space. Large plants anchor the room and add a touch of color in the otherwise neutral space, and make the room feel lived-in. A full set of matching chairs would have been lovely, but the use of a bench casually draped with a sheepskin throw prevents the space from feeling too formal. A cowhide rug adds a modern, slightly masculine touch. A large graphic piece of fabric in soothing gray and white hues is a smart alternative to a traditional painting or photograph.
The thing we like the most about bohemian spaces is how layered they feel. But sometimes that can lead to a space that feels haphazard instead of thoughtfully collected. This dining room feels thoughtful and upmarket, while still paying homage to the globally-inspired vibe of the bohemian style. An overscale natural-fiber chandelier is an elegant and unexpected addition and nicely echoes the modern cane chairs. The double-hung curtains enable the incorporation of an additional, complementary pattern without sacrificing natural light or privacy. A bold kilim ties it all together.
This dining room is more muted than most bohemian spaces due to its limited color story, but the white, cream, and natural tones look layered because of the many textures used throughout the room. A pair of oversize pendants add architectural interest, ground the dining space, and serve as a nice counterpoint to the more formal slipcovered chairs. Using a rattan head chair keeps the room from feeling too uniform.