Boho florals are meant to be mixed-and-matched, and even layered in a broomstick skirt or a peasant blouse, so I’ve created three boho designs with flowers as well as some abstract and geometric patterns in coordinating colorways.
Boho Black-eyed Susans
These black-eyed Susan boho florals are so fresh and sunny, that they’re sure to lift your spirits every time you see them.
They come in seven easy to mix-and-match colorways.
Small Boho Coreopsis Floral
Coreopsis flowers come in a range of hues from almost white to bright yellow-orange, and they’re very easy to grow. These happen to be a very pale yellow-cream. And, they created a beautiful design that coordinates very nicely with my other boho florals.
Queen Anne’s Lace Large Floral
Queen Anne’s lace is one of my favorite wildflowers. While we rarely see it here, I encountered whole hillsides blooming with it while on a trip to Missouri, and it inspired this beautiful boho floral fabric design.
Also known as wild carrots, Queen Anne’s lace has an edible root that early pioneers harvested for food as they moved west. There are several varieties of plants with flower heads that look quite similar to Queen Anne’s lace, and not all of them are safe to touch or pick. This lovely wildflower rarely ever grows more than two-three feet tall, with slender stems and feathery foliage similar to a carrot’s. Look for the little purple flower in the center florets when it blooms.
Scale these Queen Anne’s lace designs down to three inches or up to twelve. Either way, they’re absolutely gorgeous.