Beautifully Boho Style Steals Part III – The Dining Room

A boho dining space is simple and pared back. It’s created with white walls, natural wood and a few neutral soft furnishings thrown in. Done right, it can provide a calm, tranquil place to eat and relax, as demonstrated perfectly here by one of our fave instagrammers @homes_by_caz.

Yes she’s inspired us once again with this beautiful, authentically boho dining shot and we have worked our socks off to help you steal her style. It has not been easy to source the copy cat purchases for this one, but would we let you down? Never.

We’ll start with the focal point of the room, the dining table. We found this one on Wayfair for £369.99.

Team it with some wooden chairs like these and it’s goal achieved! These are also from Wayfair and currently in the sale at £64.99. Don’t worry about things matching perfectly. That’s just not how boho works.

Throw a natural linen blanket over the back of one of the chairs; this throw from Habitat fits the bill. Then pop a fringed linen cushion on another. We like these buttoned ones from Not On The High Street seller ‘LinenMe’ (£20).

 Ruustic Fringe Linen Decorative Cushion Covers Natural

When it comes to styling the table, our recommended accessories will add some fabulous finishing touches. For the centerpiece, try a wooden tray and fill it with bohemian bits and bobs. This one is just £12 from Etsy shop ‘RachelsVintageRetro’.

There’s lots of carved wooden trays in TKMaxx at the moment too. This ceramic vase from Matalan would be the perfect accompaniment. You could fill it with some simple eucalyptus leaves? It’s a steal at £12.

 

A mini wicker lantern would compliment it beautifully, and this one is just £3.59 from JTF.

For the walls, be sure to hang the must-have woven macramé. No boho space is complete without one. The authentic ones are best, but they can be a little pricey. We love ones that hang from natural driftwood, like this one from BohoDreamerByLarissa on Etsy. We couldn’t beat the £23.36 price tag.

Some ivy in a hanging planter would complete the room. We found these wicker ones on Trouva (£15) and ivy can be bought for as little as £3 from Ikea.

Our final recommendation is not inspired by our dining room shot from @homes_by_Caz, neither is it a ‘budget purchase,’ but we just had to include it. It’s beautiful and soooo boho. It’s from @lambdesignstudio, who you’ll find on Instagram. Light fittings don’t get much more striking than this, and if you’re going to splash out on anything, let it be lighting.

And that completes our boho marathon this week! Even if you have no budget, or any rooms to restyle, it’s fun to dream, and we hope you’ve found our trio of features enjoyable and inspiring. Please do get in touch if you have any interior insights of your own to share, or a beautiful home or project to show off. We’d love to hear from you and share your ideas with our readers. Simply message us on Instagram @_homebirds_ or email homebirdsuk@gmail.com.

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