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There are many ways to incorporate boho style in your bedroom, but choosing the right bedding is the best way to start creating the layered and textured aesthetic. We spent hours searching for the best boho bedding available today, assessing quality, comfort, and overall value.
Our top pick, Urban Outfitters Margot Tufted Floral Comforter, has textured embroidery, is backed in cotton sheeting, and can be thrown into the washing machine for easy cleaning.
Here is the best boho bedding for any budget.
Material and Feel
Any time you’re buying bedding, the material is a key concern. After all, you want to wrap yourself up in something soft and cozy—not something itchy and irritating. So, check the label to see what materials an item is made from before buying it. Remember that cotton tends to be soft and breathable, linen tends to be textured and breathable, and polyester tends to be smooth and lightweight (though it may trap heat). Choose the option that suits your sleeping preferences, and don’t be afraid to return something that’s less comfy than expected.
Convenience to Clean
Washing your bedding is a must. But some items are easier to clean than others. So as you shop, be sure to check the care instructions for every item you’re eyeing. Some items are machine washer- and dryer-friendly, while others need to be dry-cleaned or hand-washed. Your future self will thank you if you stick to the machine-washable stuff. But if you don’t mind a little extra work, feel free to spring for a higher-maintenance option.
Texture is a big part of bohemian decor. So prioritize items that are loaded with decorative details like embroidery, tassels, or fringe. These items will make your bed look more dynamic, especially when paired with other similarly eye-catching finds.
Layering is a big part of styling boho bedding. So look for ways to combine different colors, textures, and prints.
“I think of mixing scales of prints,” Kirsten Conner, interior designer at Kirsten Conner Interior Design, says. “I also think of bringing in funky, unexpected textures: macramé, strange tassled things, and beaded elements.”
Then, position your bedding in interesting ways. “Utilize diagonal layering to add energy to the bed,” Conner says. Instead of neatly placing a blanket at the foot of your bed, try tossing it over your bed or draping it over your bed frame. “Boho is all about being irreverent,” she adds.
Need help layering your bedding? Start by picking a focal point. Then, layer in colors, prints, and textures that complement it.
“Pick a primary, and layer in secondaries that work with it,” Mary Beth Christopher, interior designer at MBC Interior Design, says. And when combining different patterns, make sure to pair prints of different scales. (Pair a bigger print with a smaller one to keep the two from clashing.)
Experts recommend washing your bedding pretty regularly—though different items need to be washed at different intervals. Generally speaking, you’ll want to wash your sheets, pillowcases, and duvet cover every week, and you’ll want to wash your pillows every month. You can probably afford to wash your duvet a couple times a year. And you should wash your blankets once a season. (That said, if you use a blanket every day or night, you’ll probably want to wash it every 1–2 weeks.)
This article was written by Camryn Rabideau, a freelance writer, product tester, and expert on all things home. Her writing can also be found on MyDomaine. Additional reporting was done by Lindsey Lanquist, who has spent years covering home and lifestyle products for a range of publications including The Spruce and MyDomaine.
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