If you’re already lamenting the fact that you can’t add a stone wall or raw wood open rafters, put aside your fears. Add a headboard that looks like you put it together from barn wood and it will have the same effect.
A prevailing aspect of these minimal rustic bedrooms is the low bed. They invite you to kick off your shoes and stay awhile, whether you nap or read a book. Plus, they’re great for attic bedrooms that are short on ceiling space.
Boho also likes fringe. You’ll find it in the form of curtains and bed skirts and duvet tassels, but the easiest way to get it is with macrame. Buy one with a long fringe or make one yourself to get exactly the style you want.
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