Modern boutique hotel Boheme House | Wabi-sabi inspired
Boheme House is a boutique hotel located in the old town of Kaunas, Lithuania.

For Boheme House bohemia it is inner freedom of thinking differently, a modern philosophy with a spice of peaceful rebellion in the backdrop of tense lifestyles. It’s the lively conversations that become a respite from the grey monotony.
What is bohemia? The concept of bohemia is rarely defined in people’s minds. For some, it’s the weeks lost drowning in wine and cigarettes. For others, it’s a social class of artists, a synonym for freedom, gatherings of like-minded, lifestyles, or just the association with the past.

For us, bohemia is one step forward. It’s the inner freedom of thinking differently, a modern philosophy with a spice of peaceful rebellion in the backdrop of tense lifestyles. It’s the lively conversations that become a respite from the grey monotony.
At BōHEME HOUSE, you will not find interwar Art Deco interiors, objects, or artefacts that belong in museums and bibliographies. In BōHEME HOUSE’s eight differently-themed apartments, you will discover the behind-the-scenes life stories of the most interesting personalities told in the 21st-century language.
Boheme House presents the stories of people who inspired the apartments.
Experimenting and interpreting, together with you, we hope to create a space that would prompt the development of modern bohemia. Boheme House is an ever-changing and growing piece that will constantly welcome you with new stories and new experiences.
Boheme House was created by a young family of three, Vaiva, Linas & Maja, within put all our hearts, time, efforts, and dreams to create a pleasant experience in our beloved hometown.
Boheme House believes that getaways should become exceptional experiences – from unusual interiors to interactive city explorations. If you will visit the city of Kaunas - don't forget to enjoy the journey of this inspiring space!
Hope you enjoyed this blog post!

See you next time,
Arina
Images by Arina Voy.
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