As the opposite of minimal, modern, and sleek, Boho embraces a “more is more” philosophy. The key to using decorative materials in a Boho room is to mix and match. Natural, basic materials like burlap and sisal can be combined with silk and chenille. The materials should have a slightly worn look—not damaged, but not shiny and new either. Fringe, crochet, and macramé abound—pillows, curtains, and throw-rugs combine to make a cozy, globally inspired hangout. Canopies over beds and living areas are signature Boho embellishments.