As the weather warms up and the days get longer, everyone spends more time outdoors. This is especially true for so many people who are currently working from home. That is why it is so important to create a quiet and inspiring space to enjoy mother nature. As you know, we take every opportunity to include a living Persian carpet or botanical plant in a design scheme. That’s why we love these bohemian patio spaces that bring the comfort of indoors!
We’ll also show you how to design a similar space with easy-to-buy found items from our go-to list! The first room we’re obsessed with is this stunning setup designed by the ever-inspiring Justina Blakeney. (Photo by Dabito via Domino.) Tons of colors, interesting patterns, a mix of textures and of course loads of pretty plants! Ready to see more? Let’s go!
Farmhouse meets boho
via Arhaus’s blog
Not all bohemian terrace spaces need to be overcrowded with plants and electric paints. Take this stunning outdoor space designed by Holly and Brad from Our Faux Farmhouse! You can see the before and after of this DIY job here! We’re obsessed with the earthy color palette and the neutral wood accent elements they contain. Bamboo furniture, an adorable planter wall and that tree trunk coffee table? Amazing!!
Place for wine and food
Photo: New favorites
Southwest enthusiasts New Darlings designed their outdoor space to be friendly and welcoming! This table setup is the perfect example of how you can effortlessly and casually create an outdoor dining area full of style. They were able to get many of their decorative items from the world market! An amazing place to get unique and globally inspired pieces of furniture.
Colors of the desert sunset and trendy textiles! That’s the name of the game if you want to snag this Anthro designed boho patio area. Don’t you love this palette of terracotta, pink and yellow? There are so many must-have pieces here, from the rustic carved day bed to the fun textured stool and outdoor rug.
Photo: Erin Kunkel for Dekorla | about dominoes
An easy way to make your patio area more interesting? Spice it up with some outdoor pillows! Don’t be afraid to play with color, pattern, or texture. As you can see above, these vibrant pillows instantly spice up an outdoor area surrounded by lush greens. The planters, the rug, the day bed pillow, and the pillows are all different and go perfectly together!
Photo: New favorites
Southwestern vibes and color schemes are always warm and inviting. When New Darlings designed their lush outdoor space, they opted for a terracotta color palette and balanced it out with neutral wood tones and bedding. Add in some cacti and succulents and you are living in a desert dream!
Mid-Century Modern Boho
Photo: Jessica Alexander | about this cozy + colorful bohemian bungalow in LA
Do you remember that rad Jungalow home tour we introduced some time ago? Well, it’s the perfect example of how mid-century modern people encounter boho outdoors! Some distinctive elements of mid-century design? Strong colors, curved but clear lines and geometric patterns. Everyone can be seen above! We especially love these curved wooden lanterns and the bamboo conversation set!
A bevy of botanicals
Photo: Old Brand New | about dominoes
A classic element in the boho style? Plants, plants and MORE PLANTS !! That’s why we love the terrace area upstairs. They used every square inch of space to add living art. Follow the example and add hanging baskets, large planters, smaller plants on shelves and tables, and fun vases of tropical greenery. By doing this, you can create an outdoor oasis very easily!
Cozy, small rooms
Photo: Lucy in Heaven | about dominoes
You don’t have a large, open terrace or patio? Do not be upset! You can still use whatever space you have, even if it’s good … a bit cozy. Our favorite choice for a smaller outdoor area? Benches or hammocks! These seating options take up less space, but are still the perfect place to have a late afternoon coffee in the morning or read a book.
Photo: Belliwood Living
Black and white boho? Yes Yes Yes!! We love how cozy this roof terrace is! There are so many dreamy geometric textiles out there and we think these tall branches are a fun way to turn on the lighting too! Surrounded by some oversized palm trees, it creates a lush oasis in the middle of the city!
Light up the night
Photo: Kyla Magrath Interiors
The best way to make your outdoor area warm and cozy? Charge pillows, blankets, and magical lighting! The more comfort the better, especially on the cool summer nights that pop up frequently. We love how tons of pillows and faux fur blankets have been used in this room to prepare the room for an evening cocktail. They also brought several lighting options such as candles, lanterns, and market lights. Mixing different objects makes the room feel cool and effortless!
Who still feels ready for an outdoor renovation? We definitely do! Tell us below which of these rooms is your favorite for patio inspiration!