If there were a classroom decor theme I’d use as the inspiration for redecorating my actual house, BOHO FARMHOUSE would be it. Friends, it is the perfect blend of soft colors and vibrant patterns. Nature + textures + plants. It’s an ALL CAPS theme, if ever there was one. In fact, it’s so pretty, I’ve left part of of it up in my office, even though I need to get back to work on projects that require my computer and my keyboard and my mouse and my printer.
If you’re in the market for a sophisticated, modern boho farmhouse classroom decor theme, then you’re in the right place! Boho Farmhouse combines a love of plants and the outdoors with a cozy ambience that’s perfect for a classroom setting!
What’s included in this Boho Farmhouse Classroom Decor theme
There are several pieces in this bundle. And many of the materials are grouped into the products. For example, the math kit houses colors, shapes, numbers, telling time labels, and currency posters, to name a few. The word wall product also includes alphabet posters, alphabet cards, and a banner. The teacher binder covers are in the same product with cubby tags and desk name plates. So, it’s a good idea to comb through each of the products to see what’s included!
- Word Wall with sight words
- Word wall banner
- Alphabet cards
- Alphabet posters
- Classroom rules posters
- Decorative bunting in more than one style
- Teacher binder covers
- Teacher binder spines
- Desk Name plates
- Hand signals
- Table numbers
- Cubby tags
- Classroom jobs cards
- Google Slides templates
- Daily schedule card headers
- Daily schedule cards
- Time cards
- Colors, shapes, and numbers
- Ten frames
- Currency posters
- Number lines (including skip counting and whisper counting)
- Calendar cards including years, months, days of the week, special occasions, and numbers
- Birthday posters
- Weather chart with weather cards and seasons
- Classroom supply labels
- Rolling cart labels for 10- and 12-drawer rolling carts in rectangular and angled styles
- Book bin labels in two styles
- Google Sites accents including headers, buttons, backgrounds, and logos
Boho Farmhouse bulletin board
I tried something different for this Boho Farmhouse classroom decor theme. Instead of my trusty fadeless bulletin board chalkboard background, I went with a wood fence pattern. I also accented the bulletin board with two strips of green bulletin board border. This particular color is eucalyptus. I found it at my local teacher supply store. It’s from Teacher Created Resources, so you may be able to find it online or in your local stores, too!
I kept this particular classroom bulletin board simple and placed resources around it to add color without making it look busy. Depending on the size of your bulletin board, you could drape banner pieces from the bulletin board or classroom jobs products across the top. That’s just one of the many perks of buying the bundle! You end up with several pieces to mix and match for more than one purpose! For this setup, I draped banner pieces from the classroom jobs product across my desk.
Also, if you end up using the blank classroom jobs labels as a decorative banner or bunting, please take a picture, share it on social media, and tag me!!!! This little classroom jobs labels are so cute, they could just as easily be used for decoration as they could for who gets to do what each week.
How to decorate a Boho Farmhouse classroom
I absolutely LOVED setting up this theme and decorating around the resources. Similar to the bulletin board, I wanted to try something different from my usual accessories. So let me walk you through the design elements.
- Boho Farmhouse colors: White/off-white, navy blue, light blue (or gray-blue), and light green for base colors. Wood or wicker colors for accents or backdrops. I didn’t use any black in this setup, which is a departure from many of my earlier farmhouse themes. It was a fun challenge to find alternatives.
- Accents and decor pieces: I placed large tree cookies from a craft store underneath the white woven baskets (pictured on the lower shelves of my desk). I also used white baskets and trays to store smaller items. Kraft materials (like the magazine holder-folder atop the rolling cart) also work well. For more expensive classroom materials (think book bins), white would be a great choice. And while I’ve never tried it myself, I’ve heard of teachers spray painting their book bins each year to match their classroom themes.
- Lamps and trays: I used a white lamp (about $10 from Walmart). And to give that part of the desk a little oomph, I placed the lamp on top of a charcuterie board tray. If you’re worried about pieces getting knocked over, you may want to look into museum tape or putty. Like the spray painting, I haven’t tried this myself, but I’ve heard it works wonders for keeping accent pieces in place!
- Plants and succulents: An ABSOLUTE MUST for this theme! Faux or fresh. It’s up to you. I went faux because when it comes to indoor plants, I’m all thumbs and none of them are green, as the saying goes.
- Extras: Twine and clothespins. Lowe cost, easy to find, and perfect for reuse in future themes!
Text editable materials
Where possible, there are text editable PowerPoint files throughout the products (including there rolling cart labels you see below) so you can customize content as needed. Additionally, there are blank PDFs. These are available if you’d like to print them off, laminate them, and write on them, perhaps using them year after year!
I hope you love what you see here! If you use this theme in your classroom, then make sure to take pictures and tag me on Instagram @SpiritedMorgan. If you aren’t already, head over to TPT and make sure to follow my store, Spirited Learning, where you’ll be kept up-to-date on new products and sales!
As always, I’m glad you’re here! ❤️