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Create a bohemian home with a stylish rug

Louis De Poortere Fading World Rug Grey Turquoise - Lifestyle

Bohemian styling has been a hot trend for some time. The gorgeous style creates fantastic 70’s retro style which can be given a contemporary elegant twist paired with sleek furniture. The easiest way to add a bohemian influence to your décor scheme is by adding statement rug to your room.

The stunning Fading World Rug collection created by world-renowned Belgian rug maker Louis De Poortere are perfect for creating striking bohemian style in your home. The range features a variety of gorgeous colours so you can find a rug that will suit your style.

Louis De Poortere Fading World Rug Jade - Whole rug
One of my favourites is the Louis De Poortere Fading World Rug in Jade. The vibrant colour has been softened to ensure it will compliment your room with easy and will look exceptional paired with sleek oak furniture.

Living Room Louis De Poortere Rug - Scarlet
The Louis De Poortere Fading World Rug in Scarlet would also make a fantastic centrepiece for your décor. The hand finished rug has a vibrant pink base with a distressed pattern in the weave perfect for adding a little glamour to your living room or dining room.

Louis De Poortere Fading World Rug - Blue Night - Modish Living
If you are looking to add an understated pop of colour, the Louis De Poortere Fading World Rug in Blue Night would be perfect. The dark blue makes it the perfect option for pairing with bright white interiors or creating a luxurious vintage look with light reclaimed wood.

Bohemian style often combines bright colour and a mixture of patterns so don’t be afraid to experiment. Add statement lights or cushions for an easy way to amplify the style or, find a gorgeous coloured sofa to really make an impact.

To view the full collection of Louis De Poortere rugs and find the perfect style for your home, visit the Modish Living website or get in touch with one of our team for more information.

Charlotte Blackmore, Blog Editor

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