Bohemian is still the popular home trend, so if you tend to add boho-chic flair to your home, start with your living room. Then, start from a boho TV stand.
Top 7 Boho TV Stands for Living Room
Featured with slatted doors, this pedestal entertainment center offers 3 sizes for option: 70.87 inches long for 75 inch TV; 94.5” for up to 90 inch TV; 118.11” for TVs over 100 inches. Its environment-friendly ash over engineered wood top ensures long lifespan and sustainability. The natural wood material and cutout design of the doors make it perfect for a boho-style living room and easy to be decorated with boho decorative items.
Also coming with the slatted doors, this dark wood TV stand provides several compartments to store some not-so-pretty items. It is also equipped with other two standard doors for the cabinet. Bohemian may not bring too much black colors or metal elements to the indoors. Even though it goes with black metal legs, it won’t influence its adaptability to bohemian living room, which can suite for both modern boho style and mid century boho style.
Different from other media console, here comes a TV console bringing the flip-down doors with louvered design. Its dark wood color and classic design are right for vintage, rustic, mid century farmhouse and boho living spaces. The spacious storage space will help you get the mess out of your home.
If you would like to streamline your living room and bring bohemianism to the indoors, how fitting that the wood TV console is featured with natural wood and tambour doors. The inside storage space and open shelves are appropriate to organize your daily varia neatly. Additionally, it matches well to most wall and floor colors.
This TV bench brings outdoor element to the interior spaces and gets us closer to nature. The natural hard wood structure and rattan drawer fronts make itself different from others, featuring lined patterns on the bottom drawers. It can well match with any green plant, including standing beside it or on the top of the TV table.
Rattan, the typical element of boho furniture and decor, appears on this TV stand to emphasize the boho tone. The sliding doors, made of Indonesia rattan and ash wood, can be movable flexibly to cover up part of these shelves. Besides, the partition in the middle of the open shelf can be removable so you are able to casually organize your items.
Fitting for Povison’s concept of being sustainable, this natural wood TV console is made of ash solid wood and painted with environment-friendly coating paints. The unique wood patterns on the surface and the stripe-shaped design on the sliding doors create a harmonious relationship with the nature. The streamlined look, clean lines and curved corner give freshness and neatness to your living room.
What is Boho Style Furniture?
Bohemian, or boho style is an eclectic style to mix up various colors, textures, materials and cultures, which highlights nature and outdoor elements. It is unconventional style and inclined to freedom. Boho style furniture pieces focuses on nature and casualness, so those TV stands, coffee tables, or bedroom furniture tend to come with rattan, green plants, cutout patterns, organic patterns.
As for the boho wall decors or curtains, they are featured with flower or plant patterns; fringe or stripe figures; and white yarns. You will usually see peacock chairs, turquoise color, vintage wood pieces, delicate glitter, bright-colored pillows in the boho-designed interior spaces. In some extents, bohemianism means that more is more, so you are able to add a bunch of stuffs to the spaces.
When and Where Did Bohemian Style Become Popular?
Boho style is originated from France at the end of 18th century. It was just a fashion and counterculture at the beginning but now it has developed as a style in various industries, like dressing, interior design, furniture, home decoration and become a global phenomenon.
According to decoist, boho is expected to decrease in popularity in 2022, but it never dies. It still is one of the trends and plenty of people adopt it as the interior decor style.