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DIYs to Nail the Perfect Bohemian Home For Less

Jul 7 2014 - 6:07am

While nothing beats scoring at a thrift store, pulling off a DIY [1] can be the next best way to bag the boho look for less. If you've been eyeing hippie home fashion but can't swallow the irony of splurging to partake in some of the trends, these DIY [2] decor tutorials will help you do just that. Check out the creative and surprisingly affordable options we've culled from around the web!

Source: The Hunted Interior [3], Preciously Me [4], Honestly WTF [5]

Tassel Pillow

Kristin from The Hunted Interior [6] adds embellishment to a basic cushion with this tassel pillow tutorial [7].

Source: The Hunted Interior [8]

Embellished Peacock Chair

Bri from Designlovefest [9] brilliantly accessorizes a vintage peacock chair with gold spray paint and yarn [10].

Source: Designlovefest [11]

Mongolian Lamb Fur Stool

Nadia from Preciously Me [12] combined a pillow and an inexpensive stool to craft her own Mongolian lamb fur seat [13].

Source: Preciously Me [14]

Rug Bench

A Beautiful Mess [15] used plywood, foam batting, and legs to turn a small but gorgeous rug into a DIY bedside bench [16].

Source: A Beautiful Mess [17]

Canopy Bed

What could be more romantic (or boho) than a canopy bed? Packed with plenty of pillows and even a beaded chandelier, Kristin from The Hunted Interior's DIY canopy [18] is one we're dying to re-create.

Source: The Hunted Interior [19]

Amethyst Mirror

Bri from Designlovefest [20] adds color to a small round mirror with chunky amethyst crystals [21].

Source: Designlovefest [22]

Woven Wall Hanging

It's no secret we're suckers for this weaving trend, but it can get pricey. Erica from Honestly WTF [23] makes this complicated art form look remarkably doable with her woven wall-hanging DIY [24].

Source: Honestly WTF [25]

Geode Hardware

Stylish eco expert Danny Seo transforms a colorful collection of geodes and minerals into cool DIY cabinet hardware [26].

Source: Danny Seo [27]

Square Pouf

Trendy and versatile, poufs can be a great addition to almost any space, but they're expensive. Using fabric and an Ikea [28] cube, Kristi Murphy [29] pulled off this ottoman DIY [30] for $40 instead of $300!

Source: Kristi Murphy [31]

Faux Bone Inlay

Bone inlay is another highly covetable design feature with a price tag to match. Jenny from Little Green Notebook [32] took matters into her own hands by painting a faux inlay pattern [33] onto this dresser.

Source: Little Green Notebook [34]

Floral Wreath

Think of it as a floral crown for your door. The best part about this DIY wreath [35], though, is that you can order all the materials at one place!

Source: Terrain [36]

Headboard Alternative

Follow designer Amber Lewis [37]'s lead, and hang a woven curtain instead of a headboard. She found this gem at Urban Outfitters [38]!

Source: Amber Interiors [39]

Pallet Day Bed

Doesn't this pallet daybed [40] look stunning? The mismatched pillows, gallery wall, and paper pom-poms add a nice touch.

Source: Under the Sycamore [41]


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