Moroccan-Inspired Boho Centerpiece with rich tones of turmeric and mustard pair beautifully with mahogany foliage in this Moroccan-inspired centerpiece. Join as Erik shows you how he created this autumnal tapestry perfect for your next autumn party.
Materials used: Clothesline wire, Uglu dashes, yarn, ceramic bowl, liner, fresh floral foam, waterproof adhesive tape, faux succulent stem, candle votive with glass insert, candle, Japanese maple, ninebark foliage, miniature cymbidium orchid, pincushion protea, ‘Brighton’ roses (Rio), zonal geranium foliage, craspedia, scabiosa pods, and bunny-tail grasses.
About the author
Erik Witcraft AIFD
Erik Witcraft AIFD is a Portland, Oregon-based floral designer and a regular contributor to Living Flowers.