The adjective ‘shabby’ has been given new life, especially after the Bohemian aesthetic came into vogue in the 80s and 90s. It is a look that aims to be stylish yet personal and quirky at the same time. Examples of Bohemian home decor are vary. You can add Bohemian home decor such as tapestries to walls or upholstery for texture. To fill in shelf space, window sills and tables, try collections of old bottles, candlesticks, statues, iron lanterns, incense burners, pottery or funky vases. Bring in elements from exotic cultures,a Moroccan lamp, Chinese screen or African wood sculpture, to contrast with modern American or elaborate Victorian furnishings.