Oh no! Not another interior design trend! Yeah, I hear ya, but trust me! Bohemian art is where it's at- even if you’re not thinking about going full Boho. From the minimal, to the whimsical, to the most jungalicious, check out this online Bohemian art tour for the internet’s best shopping stops!
Bohemian Art Shopping Stop #1: Spring Whitaker
I’m going to start you off with my favorite, because you may want to blow your entire art budget here, and I totally don’t blame you!
Spring Whitaker specializes in fabulously floral animal mashups, along with some night scenes and a Frida or two thrown in for good measure.
I chose Levi, her lovely lion for my bedroom. Which will you choose?
Bohemian Art Shopping Stop #2: Justina Blakeney
Okay, so if you have any money left, head on over to Justina Blakeney’s shop at The Jungalow. Along with works by other artists, you’ll find some of Justina’s original photographs and prints of her artwork.
Seriously, if you should hang anyone up in your house, the creator of our love of all things jungalicious is always a good call!
Bohemian Art Shopping Stop #3: Trudy Lynn Elliot
Want to add a bit of texture and dimension into your home? Then head on over to our next shopping stop, owned by Trudy Lynn Elliot.
Elliot’s work combine silk ikat textiles, feathers, shells, quills- subtle boho mixed-media wall hangings worth the investment if you’re looking for something special.
Bohemian Art Shopping Stop #4: Maren Divine
Our next stop on this Boho art shopping tour is the little shop of Maren Divine.
If you’re looking for more color, saturation, and a bit of whimsy, this is the stop for you. You’ll find portraits, flamingos, still-lifes, landscapes, and a variety of city scenes.
These are perfect if you have a bit of Bohemia to a more contemporary or preppy aesthetic.
Bohemian Art Shopping Stop #5: Stella Maria Baer
OMG, pieces from Stella Maria Baer are things of dreams! I’m dying to get my hands on one, but fair warning before you fall in love- her watercolors are on the pricier side.
Her works, which explore the mythology of the desert and the cosmology of space (my personal fave) are subtle but spectacular. They would pair perfectly with a more rustic Bohoemian look, something with sandy gray tones.
Bohemian Art Shopping Stop #6: Dinara Mirtalipova
A bit more folkloric and colorful, our next stop takes us to Mirdinara, the home of illustrator Dinara Mirtalipova.
Her collection includes colorfully whimsical prints, as well as tea towels and greeting cards.
My personal favorite is the Lady in Red- you know me. Gotta love all the star stuff!
Bohemian Art Shopping Stop #7: Sanna Annukka
Now let’s head on over to the queen of Scandinavian art, Sanna Annukka.
With a limited collection, and a higher price point, Annukka’s works are definitely meant for art collector types, but her details and colors are a perfect addition to any Bohoemain art collection. The graphic, geometric quality, coupled with Finnish storyteller of her pieces, add a bit of variety so everything isn’t so over the top jungle.
I’ve been a fan for years and have pieces in my living room and entryway. Even if you’re not purely into the Bohemian spirit, her soulful works would look great in just about any space.
Bohemian Art Shopping Stop #8: Fuzzy and Flora
It’s time to add a bit more dimension into those walls, because a proper tour of Bohemian art will always include a bit of textural needlecraft.
Enter the world of Fuzzy and Flora! Their needle felted and embroidered animal hoops are so stinking cute- I want them all!
Add a piece or two into your Bohemian art mix for some variety!
Bohemian Art Shopping Stop #9: Teddy & Wool
While you’re on Etsy, hang out a bit longer and head on over to Teddy and Wool.
This shop out of the Netherlands is my absolute favorite for large macramé wall hangings and plant hangers- ‘cause there’s no way to get that true Boho look without some hanging plants
What I particularly love about this shop are the colored wall hangings. Choose something in navy, olive, oxblood, or mustard if you are looking to amp up the color in you home.
Bohemian Art Shopping Stop #10: Catherine McDonald | Wanderlustography
The sun is setting on our tour of Bohemian art, so it’s the perfect time to check out the photography over at Wanderlustography by Catherine McDonald.
If you’re thinking of going a bit more in the direction of beachy Boho, this place is just right for you.
California coastlines, palm trees, sunshine, McDonald’s Bohemian travel photography will add warmth and sophistication. Perfect for a casual beach vibe or a Palm Springs eclectic space.
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