Embrace an understated style that makes a big impact using earthenware, natural wood and textural pieces.
Image: John Lewis & Partners
This trend is all about choosing sculptural forms in rattan and wicker, and complementing them with global-inspired patterns and luxe metallic touches for an effortlessly stylish scheme.
Our top picks...
Image: Oliver Bonas
Circular mirrors are on everyones wish list right now, but for a more relaxed and undone feel, why not try this pebble mirror from Oliver Bonas?
Rattan and bamboo lighting is a popular choice for boho lovers and those who want to incorporate natural materials into their home. This pendant light is only £155!
No sofa is complete without a scattering of stylish cushions. This boho design is perfect if you want to embrace this trend as the edges have a frayed effect.
We love the hammered-effect of this amazing side table from Very. What makes it even better is that it has a brushed-gold rim, which amps up the luxe factor.
Image: Denby x John Lewis & Partners
Ceramics are an important part of this trend and this jug from the Denby x John Lewis & Partners collection is a perfect example. We would suggest investing in great quality kitchenware that's going to last.
If your floors just aren't your style but you haven't got the budget to change them, opt for a rug that reflects your taste. This Holly rug from Habitat will inject colour into your space.
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