Nature-Inspired DIYs Every Bohemian Home Needs

Nature-Inspired DIYs Every Bohemian Home Needs

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Katie Holdefehr
Apr 29, 2017
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Whether you subscribe to bohemian style, or just love living surrounded by natural materials, these DIY projects can help you bring the outdoors in. Plus, going on a nature walk (or just searching your front yard) for supplies is way more fun than standing in a never-ending line at the craft supply store.

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Organizing buffs who have a bohemian bent will love this branch-turned-coat-rack by The Effortless Chic. Paint it or leave it natural depending on the room and the look you're going for.

(Image credit: Lia Griffith)

Bring a leafy tropical touch to your bedroom with hand-painted ceramic jewelry dishes from Lia Griffith. These everlasting leaves will perk up the top of your dresser for years. They'd also make a lovely gift for a friend.

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Using real leaves as molds, Suzonne from Urban Comfort crafted these trinket dishes from air dry clay. These sweet little trays are perfectly sized for storing rings or holding tea lights.

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Style Me Pretty decided to gild the lily by gold leafing the edges of these already-beautiful agate slice coasters.

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Any project that combines plants and crystals is an automatic must-have, and Jojotastic's hanging air plant DIY is no exception.

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Over the years, we've seen many smart ways to organize pots and pans in the kitchen, but the hanging branch above, spotted on Design*Sponge, is inspiring us to choose a natural solution for light-weight items.

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Homey Oh My tied subtly minty eucalyptus branches together to make this holiday garland, but we think it could work as a lovely all-natural air freshener any time of year especially in an entryway.

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Keeping necklaces untangled is an ongoing battle, but by clasping each one around a floating tree branch, Julie Blanner helps them stay organized.

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Learn how to press leaves and flowers over on A Pair & a Spare and you'll never have to pay money for art again.

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