Boho style kitchens channel the free-spirited bohemian interiors of the past to give modern spaces an eclectic feel that is anything but cookie cutter. Depending on who you ask, a boho style kitchen might be colorful and bright with a mix of patterns, styles, and materials, or muted and natural with woven materials, macrame wall hangings, and an overflowing collection of plants. Let the varied spaces below inspire you to forget the rules and add some boho style to your own kitchen.
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Make It Layered
Creative director of deVOL Kitchens Helen Parker described this Classic English Kitchen as "bohemian-luxe," with its mix of marble countertops and backsplash, rustic wood-clad ceiling, antique dining table, mixed lighting styles, and decorative elements like a shelf display of vintage art.Continue to 2 of 31 below.
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Use Reclaimed Wood
In this rustic boho style English kitchen from Lobster and Swan, reclaimed wood shelving is styled with earthenware, photos, postcards, teapots, and vases filled with branches, leaves, and flowers from the garden that feels natural and effortless.Continue to 3 of 31 below.
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Mix Old and New
This Colorado loft kitchen from Fantastic Frank mixes old and new, with its original brick walls and industrial windows, hardwood flooring, and a modern kitchen with a dash of boho style thanks to an abundance of greenery and a Persian rug on the floor beneath the bar stools.Continue to 4 of 31 below.
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Widen Your Color Palette
A mishmash of colors, finishes, accessories, wall art, and plants give this kitchen from K Shan Design a freespirited modern boho style feel.Continue to 5 of 31 below.
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Add a Gallery Wall
This warm and welcoming boho style kitchen from Hub of the House Studio has shiplap walls, mixed wood finishes, open shelving, a gallery wall of vintage paintings, and warm leather accents. A trio of potted plants on the central dining table in place of a kitchen island adds greenery.Continue to 6 of 31 below.
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Mix In Industrial Elements
You can add boho style vibes to any style space. In this industrial meets Scandi style boho style eat-in kitchen from Fantastic Frank, the white tile backsplash and cabinetry and stainless steel appliances are softened with butcher block countertops, a weathered wood dining table, a patterned rug, plants, and a quirky trophy head hanging on the wall.Continue to 7 of 31 below.
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This kitchen from Leanne Ford Interiors has rustic open shelving, vintage accents, and a pretty pink stove that give the space a personal and boho style ease.Continue to 8 of 31 below.
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Go Bold and Bright
Tons of plants on the countertops, botanic wallpaper behind the kitchen shelves, and a maximalist approach to collecting objects and baubles lends a modern boho style sensibility to this bright and cheerful family kitchen from Casa Watkins Living.Continue to 9 of 31 below.
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An open pantry filled with Mason jars and a little kitchen garden gives this space from Lobster and Swan an earthy boho style feel with an eco-friendly spin.Continue to 10 of 31 below.
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Mix With English Country Style
This English country kitchen from deVOL Kitchens has a light and airy feel and a boho style flair with vintage and antique pieces, a tasseled pendant light over the dining table,Continue to 11 of 31 below.
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Add Global Touches
This Scandinavian kitchen from Fantastic Frank is shot through with character thanks to personal touches like a vintage French bistro table, school map of Asia, wooden folding table, and freestanding refrigerator that infuse the modern space with nostalgic boho style.Continue to 12 of 31 below.
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Bring in Warm Colors
Dazey Den added warm shades of orange and pink to this cheerful kitchen and dining room, with a macrame wall hanging and plenty of plants spread throughout that give it a modern boho style feel.Continue to 13 of 31 below.
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Consider Rustic Elements
A rustic wood table, weathered painted wood seating, and a tangle of brass candlesticks give this Scandinavian kitchen from Fantastic Frank a bit of boho style spirit.Continue to 14 of 31 below.
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Mix With Farmhouse Style
This modern farmhouse kitchen from Leanne Ford Interiors has weathered wood finishes, a woven pendant light casually strung over the dining table, and a mix of new and old storage that gives it a boho inspired feel.Continue to 15 of 31 below.
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Leanne Ford Interiors gave the farmhouse style shelves a boho style feel by layering a mix of vintage kitchen tools and accessories with bunches of wildflowers that add color and life to the space.Continue to 16 of 31 below.
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Mix Periods and Styles
This Swedish country house kitchen from Fantastic Frank has an eclectic mix of antique, vintage, and modern furniture and decor and a Mondrian-inspired mix of primary colors on the cabinetry and backsplash that joyfully coexist to create a boho style space that feels layered and collected over time.Continue to 17 of 31 below.
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This small L-shaped Ibiza kitchen from Fantastic Frank has laid back modern boho style vibes with its rustic wood finishes, woven accents, and neutral toned accents.Continue to 18 of 31 below.
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Mix and Match Accessories
A sitting area with an eclectic mix of seating and decor, a vintage armoire, and a pair of star pendant lights and a disco ball hanging from the white-washed ceilings of this airy space from deVOL Kitchens gives it a boho style feel.
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Keep It Light and Breezy
Blanco Bungalow added a modern boho style feel to this Spanish bungalow kitchen with white walls, open wood shelving, hanging baskets, and a woven pendant light that suits the Southern California space.Continue to 20 of 31 below.
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Add Pops of Color
This kitchen from Emilie Fournet Interiors has mixed finishes, vintage wall art, a colorful geometric kilim rug, and a string of multi-colored lights hanging over the dining table that give the space an eclectic boho style flair.Continue to 21 of 31 below.
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Layer Rugs and Art
This Scandinavian kitchen from Fantastic Frank has dark walls, white tiles, a mix of vintage seating, art, plants, and patterned rugs on the painted floors that give the space a boho style feel.Continue to 22 of 31 below.
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Add Vintage Touches
This London kitchen from Emilie Fournet Interiors mixes white walls, pale wood Scandi-style furniture, and vintage accents like framed posters, a retro pendant light, and a wicker wine rack casually posed on the floor to create a modern boho style feel with a vintage heart.Continue to 23 of 31 below.
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Go Bold With Tile
Mixed tile finishes, dark wood shelving, and a reclaimed wood ceiling give this kitchen from Emilie Fournet Interiors a modern boho style feel.Continue to 24 of 31 below.
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This English kitchen from deVOL Kitchens mixes dark finishes with patterned wallpaper, vintage lighting, and antiques along with a cozy banquette seating to create a timeless space that has a boho style spirit.Continue to 25 of 31 below.
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Layer in Midcentury Modern
This London kitchen from Emilie Fournet Interiors has an eclectic mix of vintage and midcentury modern furniture and decor, botanical accents, and plenty of plants that creates a nostalgic boho style feel.Continue to 26 of 31 below.
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Add Plenty of Plants
Sara Toufali gave her rental kitchen a boho style refresh by layering plants, baskets, wooden cutting boards, ceramic mugs, candles, and other accessories that she loves and can transport to her next home without the unnecessary expense of free upgrades for the landlord or risking losing her security deposit down the road.Continue to 27 of 31 below.
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Rethink Your Plant Stands
Sara Toufali treated the top of a rental apartment refrigerator as a plant stand, allowing vines to trail and climb the walls to give the space a boho style feel.Continue to 28 of 31 below.
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Make It Cozy and Warm
This British Victorian villa eat- in kitchen from deVOL Kitchens mixes classic elements like checkerboard flooring, classic cabinetry, and vintage furniture with warm, feel-good pinks and greens, casual seating, and a mix of vintage lighting that gives the space a boho inspired feel.Continue to 29 of 31 below.
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Use Open Shelving
Urbanology Designs gave this kitchen an earthy boho-inspired feel with open shelving, mixed finishes, and a mix of modern and vintage style furniture and decor.Continue to 30 of 31 below.
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Keep It Elegant
This elegant English country space from deVOL Kitchens has a slightly boho style feel with its mix of earthy green backsplash tile, botanical wallpaper, striped curtains, classic range, wood and marble island, and French bistro stools.Continue to 31 of 31 below.
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Use Coastal Colors
This Airstream kitchenette from Blanco Bungalow is infused with boho style from the faux tiles on the wall to the hanging macrame fruit basket.
What is a boho style kitchen?
A boho style kitchen channels the free-spirited bohemian interiors of the past to give modern spaces an eclectic feel. Depending on whom you ask, a boho style kitchen might be colorful and bright with a mix of clashing patterns, styles, and materials or muted and neutral with woven materials like wicker and rattan, macrame wall hangings, and an overflowing collection of plants.
How can I make my kitchen boho style?
You can make your kitchen feel more boho style by adding personal touches like art and decor objects, vintage and antique pieces in any style, a mix of patterns and colors, or by adding modern boho style signifiers like a motley assortment of plants.
While the definition of a boho design kitchen is a loose category, in general it's the opposite of a polished, coordinated, cookie cutter space, but one that embraces imperfections and quirks.