15 boho-chic decor picks that'll give your home major style points in 2021

We found the essentials for compiling a home that sets the tone for achieving the boho-chic look

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Boho chic style is having a big moment in home design right now. Our theory? Since we haven't been able to seek adventure outside of our homes over the last year, we're going bold indoors, instead.

Over the years, boho design has come to mean a lot of things. Global-inspired elements that create a well-traveled feel. Natural and neutral elements that bring us closer to nature. An abundance of texture with a hand-made, artisanal touch. All of which feels especially welcome at this particular point in time. 

Boho embraces the relaxed and the carefree, with an eye for unusual and unexpected elements. Whether you define your boho style as eclectic and collected, or modern and natural, be sure to incorporate lots of natural materials, hand-touched techniques, and rich colors and fabrics into your spaces. 

Together, these ideas all create what we've come to see as boho design. And boho-chic elevates it to a new design standard. Now, we've found all the key pieces for you to craft the well-curated boho-chic look for your own home from sturdy jute rugs to stand-out chandeliers. 

Shop the assortment, below.

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1. A rattan chair with a flourish

Pavon Natural Lounge Chair

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Pavon Natural Lounge Chair| Was $499, now $399 at Article  (opens in new tab)

Further the texture in your living room with an eye-catching rattan chair. The addition of a cushion ensures we can curl up in this lovely lounge chair for hours on end. Plus, this one is suitable for both indoor and covered outdoor use. 

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2. A carved room divider

Amber Carved Wood Room Divider Screen

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Amber Carved Wood Room Divider Screen | $249 at Urban Outfitters (opens in new tab)

Carved wood immediately lends a bespoke, hand-crafted feel to space. This intricately carved wooden screen in a tri-fold silhouette still lets the light pass-through, while creating a sense of privacy.  In a time when our spaces are playing double duty,  a room divider pulls its own weight by separating spaces and creating a focal point. 

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3. A colorful quilt

Tahla Quilt

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Tahla Quilt, Queen| $198 at Anthropologie (opens in new tab)

This colorful quilt just brings immediate joy. Layer over a white duvet for extra winter warmth, or you'll find yourself perfectly comfortable during the warmer months with this hand-finished quilt splashed across your bed. 

4. A caned mirror

Bohemian Desert Sun Round Mirror

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Bohemian Desert Sun Round Mirror | $199 at West Elm (opens in new tab)

Add some caning to a conventional round mirror to bring boho vibes to your entryway. With a 30-inch diameter, it's large enough to make a true statement on its own.

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5. The essential rug

Natural Hand Woven Jute with Wool Fringe Area Rug

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Maui Natural Hand Woven Jute with Wool Fringe Area Rug, 5' x 8' | Was $193.69, now $105.50 at Rugs USA (opens in new tab)

A good jute rug immediately brings a breezy, natural feel to a living room, dining room, kitchen or even a sunroom. The flatweave is easy to clean, perfect for layering and can stand up to high trafficked areas. This design is also available in many shapes and sizes. 

6. The floor pillow

Lenore Square Pillow Cover & Insert

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Mistana Lenore Square Pillow Cover & Insert | $40.99 at Wayfair (opens in new tab)

Floor pillows are key to have on hand for everything from morning meditations to extra guests in need of seating. Choose from an on-trend muted color palette for a sophisticated, boho set up. 

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7. A textured wall hanging

Khaki Chevron Wall Hanging

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Surya Khaki Chevron Wall Hanging | $99 at Jungalow (opens in new tab)

Renew a space with the addition of this handwoven wallhanging. Sage green is expected to be a big color in interior design this year, so incorporate your own pop of green now! 

8. A gorgeous lighting option 

Whitewash Wood Draped Bead 4 Light Chandelier

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Whitewash Wood Draped Bead 4 Light Chandelier | $229.99 at Cost Plus World Market (opens in new tab)

Switch up builder-grade light fixtures with a chandelier that's more your style.  This one features over 100 whitewashed wooden beads draped like necklaces around an antique-inspired candelabra for a boho-luxe edge. It'll make a statement in your dining room centered in a nook, or installed in a nursery. 

9. An accent that's good for your wellbeing

Himalayan Salt Lamp

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Himalayan Salt Lamp | $20.38 at Walmart (opens in new tab)

A Himalayan Salt Lamp is more than just a pretty, boho decor piece. The salt crystals release a  therapeutic glow of orange hues that bring a sense of calm and tranquility to a space. 

10. An eye-catching planter

Ivory And Gray Two Tone Ceramic Planter With Wood Stand

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Ivory And Gray Two Tone Ceramic Planter With Wood Stand | $24.99 at Cost Plus World Market (opens in new tab)

Plants seem to be a hallmark of boho design, so it's important to show off your favorite greenery in vessels that reflect your space. We're eyeing this two-tone ceramic planter with a wood stand to give your plants some height. 

11. A bed built for sweet dreams

Caroline Rattan Canopy Bed

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Caroline Rattan Canopy Bed | $1,299 at Urban Outfitters (opens in new tab)

A rattan 4-poster canopy bed is the epitome of boho-chic, and this bed truly feels one of a kind. String through gauzy textiles or string lights for a touch of romanticism. 

12. Maximalist wallpaper that's also renter-friendly

Tropical Toile Peel and Stick Wallpaper by Drew Barrymore Flower Home

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Tropical Toile Peel and Stick Wallpaper by Drew Barrymore Flower Home | $69 at Walmart (opens in new tab)

Make major impact with bold and bright wallpaper, that's easy to install and removable for when your tastes change—or if you rent. Cover an accent wall or paper the whole room in this tropical peacock adorned print with a vintage feel. 

13. Woven baskets that bring global style

Woven Abaca Basket

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Woven Abaca Basket | $238 at Terrain (opens in new tab)

Corral clutter, or extra blankets in these stunning baskets, woven of abaca, a sustainable fiber from the Philipines, for an organizational option that oozes boho-chic appeal.

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14. Rustic candlesticks for depth

Natural Wood Pillar Candleholder

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Natural Wood Pillar Candleholder | $12.99 - $16.99 at Cost Plus World Market (opens in new tab)

Layer in these mango wood candlesticks in varying heights for visual interest around a mantle or on a table—and some necessary mood lighting.

20. A decorative pillow with a story to tell

Baya Lumbar Pillow

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Baya Lumbar Pillow | $195 at The Citizenry (opens in new tab)

Handwoven in Mexico of sheep's wool, this artful design uses geometric patterns used by the Zapotec tribes of the Oaxaca region.  It's the perfect addition to top your bed or centered across a well-lived-in leather sofa. 

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Jaclyn Turner
Ecommerce Editor

Jaclyn is an eCommerce editor at Future Home Interest, where she oversees sleep content including mattresses and bedding – in fact, she has passed our five-step certification process to become a verified customer advisor on mattresses. She regularly scouts out the best of the best for buying guides to help you fill your home with only the best. She joined the team in January 2021. She has previously worked with sites like Apartment Therapy, The Kitchn, The Spruce, The Spruce Eats, and MyDomaine, but got her start at the trade mag Home Furnishings News, which fueled her excitement for innovation in the home category and seeing the newest launches.  When Jaclyn's not working, she loves long strolls through HomeGoods, unwinding with a chilled glass of Rosé, and entertaining her Cavapoo  Reese.