Gone are the days when boho decor was maximalism to the extreme. The haute bohemian look these days is all about mixing textures and patterns from around the world but staying within a civilized and more neutral color palette. We’re huge fans of using greys, earth tones, taupes and natural textures in our own decor. Looking for ideas? Mr. Grey will see you now.
Keep It Clean, Folks
Using neutral throw pillows on a sofa is a lovely way to incorporate global design without a lot of color or fuss. These Chiapas Wool Pillows are woven by hand on a backstrap loom by a family of weavers in Mexico. They feature natural wool hues including ivory and a grey stripe.
Pair grey with a warm white to convey a welcoming space. The hand-tied fringe on this Woven Cotton Blanket from Mexico adds a perfect textural moment that is sure to be a point of conversation for you and your guests.
Practice Self Care
Grey is a color that never overpowers the rest of your space. It compliments any style and can serve as a form of comfort, especially when the temperatures get chilly. This Baby Alpaca Throw Blanket is made from the highest quality alpaca fibers, which are super soft and luxe.
Go for Complimentary Patterns
The key to mixing patterns is to stay within a similar color palette and vary the scale of each print. We love mixing and matching square pillows with lumbar shapes for the perfect accent. Using both sizes will instantly level up your decor game.
Take It to the Table
Your love for neutrals doesn’t have to stop in your living or bedroom. Let your kale salad be what’s colorful at dinner and keep the rest of your pieces low key for a sophisticated look sure to please any crowd.
Do you love neutrals as much as we do?