Sunny & bright boho family room decor had a hippie feel gone elegant

1970s bright yellow boho living room decor
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The feel of the 1970s was expressed in a brilliant range of colors in this bright boho family room decor — citrus and greens, pristine white with touches of clear red — that affirmed the cheerful feel of this home.

Completely extroverted, this vintage party-friendly room leaned into the radiant and the patterned. The choice of every item was made purposely to contribute to the feel of the room.

Covering the seats of the blue lacquered chairs was a fabric with wide multicolored stripes. An effervescent paisley-style print covered the sofa from top to bottom.

A chartreuse green throw pillow on either side of the couch, while a kaleidoscopic butterfly pillow held a position of importance on the top of the sofa back.

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There was a twisted ribbon patterned trim on the outer edges of the tall curtains and their tiebacks, while another side of the room accelerated into red through the use of printed fabrics.

Two short Greek column pedestals in the traditional white were placed in front of the couch and served as small side tables. A golden mirror with a decorative glass frame reflected the colors and added a shiny finish.

1970s bright yellow boho living room decor
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