The 9 Best Boho Bedding Pieces of 2022

Have sweet dreams under the Urban Outfitters Margot Tufted Floral Comforter

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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.

Our Top Picks
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Best Comforter: Urban Outfiters Margot Tufted Floral Comforter

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Margot Tufted Comforter

 Courtesy of Urban Outfitters

Bohemian bedrooms are full of eye-catching textures, and that’s exactly what you’ll get with the Margo Tufted Floral Comforter. This blanket comes in three standard sizes, and you can opt for a white, blue, or charcoal colorway, all of which features tufted embroidery accents that form a beautiful floral pattern across the blanket. 

This comforter is made from 100 percent cotton with polyester batting fill, and it’s delightfully soft and smooth to curl up under after a long day. You can machine wash and dry the blanket, and there are matching shams available (sold separately) if you want a cohesive look. However, this textured comforter would look especially chic with a few brightly colored throw pillows, too!

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Best Quilt: Artisan Quilts by Anthropologie Delissa Quilt

Delissa Quilt

 Anthropologie

Breathe fresh life into your bedroom with the vibrant Delissa Quilt. This reversible blanket comes in twin, full, queen, and king sizes, and it features two brilliant bohemian patterns that will light up any room. One side of the quilt features brightly colored medallions with magenta, blue, teal, and yellow floral accents, and the reverse side is covered in a simpler, yellow striped pattern with blue flowers. 

Besides its beautiful design, the Delissa Quilt’s craftsmanship makes it truly special. These quilts are handmade by artisans in Jaipur, India, who screen- and block-print the cotton fabric to create the vibrant designs. The blanket is made from a lightweight voile and finished with delicate, hand-stitched kantha (a type of embroidery), so it needs to be hand washed with care.

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Best Duvet Cover: Azalea Skye Cusco 3-Piece Reversible Duvet Cover Set

Azalea Skye Cusco Rhombus 3-Piece Reversible Duvet Cover Set

Courtesy of Bed Bath & Beyond

If you already have a duvet insert, you can quickly switch up its appearance with the Azalea Skye Cusco Duvet Cover Set. Featuring bold diamond motifs in alternating shades of black and red, this duvet cover packs plenty of personality and style. Plus, it's even reversible—if you want a break from the pattern, you can flip it to the other side and enjoy a solid ivory bedscape.

Although it lacks the texture or extra embellishments that other boho-inspired duvet covers have, the Azalea Skye duvet cover makes enough of a statement on its own. If you want to really make your bed stand out, though, just throw on a chunky, tasseled throw blanket or a few fuzzy throw pillows to add some texture.

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Best Sheets: PotteryBarnTeen Metallic Muse Sheet Set

Metallic Muse Sheet Set

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If these sheets don’t scream “boho,” we don’t know what will! The Metallic Muse Sheet Set comes in Twin, Full, and Queen sizes, and the pretty purple design has a distinctly bohemian print. The Twin size comes with flat and fitted sheets and one pillowcase, while the larger sizes include two pillowcases. Additionally, you can purchase extra pillow covers in sets of two. 

These sheets are made from 95 percent cotton and 5 percent organic cotton percale, and the fabric is OEKO-TEX® certified, meaning it’s free from over 350 harmful substances commonly used in manufacturing. The linens feature light yellow polka dots with a small purple flower overlay, and the edges feature an intricate purple border that will look pretty when folded over a solid colored comforter.

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Best Sheets, Runner Up: Anthropologie Soleil Sheet Set

Soleil Sheets

 Courtesy of Anthropologie

For a brighter set of bohemian sheets, the Soleil Sheet Set will bring a light, happy aesthetic to any bedroom. This sheet set is available in four standard sizes, and the 200-thread-count organic cotton fabric is bright yellow with a repeating sun print. 

Each set of these sheets includes flat and fitted sheets, along with two pillowcases—except for the Twin size, which only has one pillowcase. However, you can purchase additional pillow coverings if needed. The sunshine-inspired print will bring warmth to your bedroom, and it would look especially charming with a white duvet cover. You can then get a throw pillow with a yellow accent to tie the whole look together.

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Best Accent Pillows: Urban Outfitters Rumi Shag Throw Pillow

Rumi Shag Throw Pillow

Courtesy of Urban Outfitters

Accent pillows are a staple in any boho bedroom, and the Rumi Shag Pillows are the perfect decoration for your bed or couch. Each pillow measures 18 x 18 inches, and there are five colors available—cream, rose, indigo, rust, and marigold. Buy one to serve as an anchor on your bed, or grab a few in different colors to create an eclectic yet cozy vibe.

No matter which one you choose, you'll end up with plenty of interesting textures, including tassels and shag accents. Each pillow is made of 100 hundred percent cotton and can be thrown in the washer, making care and cleaning a breeze.

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Best Bed Skirt: Serena & Lily Macramé Bedskirt

Macramé Bedskirt

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Bed skirts play more of a supporting role in the bedroom by letting the comforter and accent pillows shine, but you can still give your bed a touch of boho flair with Serena & Lily's Macramé Bedskirt. This linen option comes in five standard sizes, and as its name suggests, it’s complete with fringed macramé for an extra dose of fun.

The skirt has a 14.5-inch drop, and it comes in three colors—flax, white, and navy. The flax option is the most obviously boho-inspired, while the white and navy colors are best if you want to add just a bit of boho embellishment without going overboard.

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Best Bedding Set: Modern Threads Isla 8-Piece Comforter Bed Set

Modern Threads Isla Bed Set

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Want to buy a whole bedding set at once instead of mixing and matching different products? You can get the bohemian look you’re after with the Modern Threads Isla Comforter Set. This affordable bedding set comes in Twin, Full, Queen, King, and Cal King sizes, and it contains a whopping eight pieces—everything you need for a stylish, put-together bed

The set includes a comforter, two shams, flat sheet, fitted sheet, two pillowcases, and one decorative pillow to complete the look. All of the fabric is a soft microfiber, and the comforter features eye-catching medallion motifs in a simple black and white color scheme with pops of orange. It has a lighter weight that'll make hot sleepers happy, but it's still cozy enough to be used all year round.

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Best Canopy: PotteryBarnTeen Casual Boho Canopy

Casual Boho Canopy

 Courtesy of PB Teen

If you really want your bedroom to be a bohemian oasis, you have to finish it off with the Casual Boho Canopy. Bed canopies are a staple of boho design, and this stunning cotton covering will make you feel like you’re living in a fairytale. It hangs from the ceiling from five loops—no bed frame required—and it includes tiebacks for when you want to keep the curtains open. Plus, it can be machine washed and dried for easy maintenance. We especially like the idea of using string lights around the edges for a pop of whimsy!

What to Look for When Buying Boho Bedding

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. 

Decorative Details

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.

FAQ
  • How do I style boho bedding?

    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.

  • How do you layer bedding?

    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.)

  • How often should you wash your bedding?

    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.)

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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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