We find you the best alternative affordable bohemian interior shops online.

Love Anthropologie’s bohemian interiors style? Us too. We have rounded up ten online bohemian homeware shops, many offering cheaper prices than Anthropologie, and many that you may never have heard of. If you’re after rattan, pom-poms or ethnic homewares, make a beeline to these beauties. These are the ten bohemian interiors sites to have on your screen now.


Interior designers have long since rated RE, the unusual store that was founded in 2013 by two fashion designers. It’s a much sought after design brand regularly featuring in top design magazines including Elle Decoration. In its infancy, RE had a year-long concession at Liberty; it is now a site famed for selling unusual, recycled and re-invented home furnishings from all over the world such as vintage trophies to pressed metal decorations.


If it’s your dream to recreate an artfully cluttered, or should we say curated, boho paradise, you need to scroll over to the site of Audenza. Formerly Mia Fleur, this award-winning homewares online boutique features bold colours, unusual statement designs and unique furniture that ooze personality. The site was launched in 2012 by three women passionate about empowering others to have the courage to fearlessly embrace interiors.

Rowen and Wren

Time to nest! If you’re hankering after a home that tells a story, and hasn’t come out of a flatpack, do look into Rowen and Wren. Simple functionality meets eclectic design, not to mention elegant look, on this wonderful site filled with muted colours and home accessories. They support new talent and traditional artisans. Their lighting, furniture and mirrors would work as well in an urban loft as a country retreat.

Rose and Grey

Embrace a bohemian lifestyle with just a few clicks on the Rose and Grey website that sells vintage and characterful home furniture and accessories. Think quirky nesting tables, button and stud leather armchairs and a monkey wine bottle holder. Founders Lyndsey and Guy Goodger love white, dark grey and natural wood interiors, and exposed brick mixed with splashes of vibrant colour.

The Little House Shop

You can furnish your house in just a few clicks on The Little House Shop. Based in Cheshire, but shipped worldwide, The Little House Shop sells contemporary and vintage home items that it describes as relaxed industrial living. Don’t miss their cushion covers with fringes, black wire noticeboards or zig zag textured bath mats. All very Anthropologie.

Oliver Bonas

You’ll be familiar with the Oliver Bonas brand from walking down the high street, but don’t miss its digital offering. On their website, you’ll find a wider range of curious and unique homeware in bright colours and eye-catching designs. Who says you don’t need a bamboo table lamp or a mango wood bedside table painted in different colours?


Praise the World Wide Web. New for 2019, ASOS has finally released its long-awaited online homeware collection that is both affordable and on-trend. Not many people seem to have discovered this; it won’t stay a secret for long. Shop by three themes: Electric Luxe, Cool Minimal and Global Traveller; the latter being a super boho alternative to Anthropologie selling cool graphic geotextiles and 70s-inspired rattan.


Instagram has been the most brilliant platform for discovering small, low-key brands. Presuming you’d rather support smaller brands – don’t we all? – you must know all about Trouva, the online marketplace Trouva selling one-of-a-kind design-led homeware, fashion and accessories that you’ll struggle to find elsewhere. Trouva offers a new way to shop online, firstly by curating the best stock from small shops under one virtual roof. It has also built a local area discovery tool so you can find shops in a specific area. What’s not to like?


Did you know that you can actually shop from Houzz, that site and online community about architecture, interior design and decorating? Many don’t realize you can buy furniture and home accessories, from many brands, many styles and many price points to suit everyone. Get in on the secret now.

Graham and Green

The family-run brand began after one woman’s trip to India back in 1974 and a first shop opening in the heart of Notting Hill. Forty years later and buyers are still travelling the globe on the hunt for unique furniture, lighting and rugs. We love their earthy tones, vintage inspiration, soft pastels and textured finishes found on the crafty designs made by international artisans. You’ll find plenty of Ibizan-inspired and Moroccan-cool furniture and décor on the Graham & Green site.

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Interview with Lulu Watts, founder of boho bedding Lulu & Nat
My Web with Turner Pocock, interior designers

April 2019