Bohemian Garden Party Inspiration

Sadly my flat doesn't have a garden but Simon and I would absolutely love to have one, mainly so we can have a little doggy friend. I also really enjoy growing herbs on our balcony so I would love to have a proper vegetable patch one day. A garden is on the top of our must have list for when we're ready to move so because of that and as it's so hot in London right now I thought it would be a great idea to write a garden party inspiration post.


Image from Style me Pretty
I love bohemian and mid century design so I had so much fun creating the mood board below. There's something very relaxed about boho living so floor cushions, finger foods and lots of flowers are a must. I was asked by Fishpools to style my perfect Summer garden party using one of their outdoor furniture pieces as the base for my scheme. I've sourced my top picks from my favourite homeware shops to create a 1970's style party. Keep on reading to find out how you can create your own laid back knees-up.


You can find all the images I've used above in my party Pinterest board.  I started with one of Fishpool's outdoor dining sets as the base for all the decorative pieces. This one has a bit of a retro vibe so I thought it would be a perfect starting point. Have a little scroll down the page to see all my other picks, there's a pretty epic cheese and wine picnic basket down there and who doesn't need one of those?

Mustique Table and Chairs by Fishpools
Pink Hand Blown Glasses from Anthropologie
Bohemian Floor Cushions by Sweetpea & Willow
Fair Trade Kantha Quilt from Decorators Notebook
Wine & Cheese Picnic Basket from Terrain
Copper Cutlery from West Elm
Outdoor Brazier from Cox & Cox

Macrame Wall Hanging by Nahaku Store

Well now I really want a garden! To be honest I don't need any more excuses to buy more homeware stuff so maybe it's a good thing that I only have a teeny balcony. I hope you enjoyed this post and collected a few ideas to help you create your own bohemian garden party.


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5 comments

  1. The first photo is so dreamy! It looks like Italy.

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    1. I know! I wish I had a big outdoor space like that.

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  2. Ohh I love that fire pit. I've wanted one for so long!

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  3. I'd love to style my garden like this, that copper cutlery is stunning (and the brazier for the chillier evenings). Thank you for linking X #HomeETc

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  4. Well I hope you get a garden very soon as your ideas are fab. I can really see the boho look working Nancy #HomeEtc

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