Photography: Alexander Schneider, koelnmesse
If paring back isn't for you, then perhaps the lived-in, luxe take on boho chic is. The antithesis of glossy or contrived, this look rewards freedom of expression and a more mix-and-match approach to decoration – in fact, all rules are out of the window. Try fusing Mid-Century pieces with ethnic fabrics acquired from around the world or place a chalkware lamp on a vintage rattan side table – the possibilities are endless and a clash of patterns, textures and materials is welcome.
Do it yourself: This look can be easily achieved at home, however, it's best to start with a light touch and build from there. Patterned accent cushions are a great way to add a bit of boho to your home, or, if you're feeling adventurous, try a handwoven kilim rug.